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  • Bertram one of the worst subjects to work on, in any little manoeuvre against common sense, that a woman could be plagued with. (4)
  • Both his father and he are exceedingly delicate subjects, and his father unfortunately is not in a position to be managed directly. (10)
  • Considering the subjects, his talk was passable. (10)
  • Could an emperor offer such festivities to his subjects? (10)
  • For he is on that mountain; no doubt of it can exist even in the Boeotian mind of one of his subjects; myself, for example. (10)
  • He has no sort of public being, except in the affection of his subjects. (9)
  • He simply could not bear joking on such subjects. (8)
  • His subjects will some day give him enough anxiety. (5)
  • His choice of subjects, his expressions, and still more his manner and look, had been such as she could see in only one light. (4)
  • I am not sure but the horror of the spectators read more indignation into the subjects of the hapless drolling than they felt. (9)
  • Increase, and give us loyal subjects in plenty. (10)
  • It is of all subjects my delight. (4)
  • Miss Graves might be asked save that one would not voluntarily trouble a lady on such subjects. (10)
  • Nothing of the past was recollected with pain; and Lydia led voluntarily to subjects which her sisters would not have alluded to for the world. (4)
  • Plain wits, candour, and an unpretending tongue, it seemed, could make common subjects attractive, as fair weather does our English woods and fields. (10)
  • Sewis spoke like a half-caste oblivious of his training, and of the subjects he was at liberty to touch on as well. (10)
  • She related the subjects of the pictures, the dimensions of the rooms, and the price of the furniture, in vain. (4)
  • Soames, too, was silent; Emily alone, a woman of cool courage, maintained a conversation with Winifred on trivial subjects. (8)
  • The subjects discoursed of by the two endeared the hours to them. (10)
  • The simple truth of the matter is that this is the fag-end of the season, and you have run low in your subjects. (9)
  • Their subjects in general were such as belong to an opening acquaintance. (4)
  • Their conversations, however, were not always on subjects so high as history or morals. (4)
  • True, these new sermons were rather compiled than written, because, bereft of his curate, he had not time enough for fresh thought on old subjects. (8)
  • What makes you introduce such unpleasant subjects? (9)
  • What were the precise train of my thoughts, and what the subjects of conversation between us, I am unfortunately now unable to recollect. (6)

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