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  • That feeling of hers changed when he was on board. (10)
  • That is easy to say: sometimes the tangle descends on us like a net of blight on a rose-bush. (10)
  • That is the delirious energy of our craving, which has no life in our souls. (10)
  • That is the end of the limit, as the foreign ambassador remarked. (8)
  • That moment Captain Graffenreid pitched heavily forward upon the dead man and died. (1)
  • That was the best thing an old woman could hear. (10)
  • That was the way I did. (9)
  • And have it said that a mob of newspapers have hounded me to it. (8)
  • And then he saw what that something was. (8)
  • And yet, if I went up and attempted to please them all by taking one away, the probabilities are that he would knock me down. (10)
  • At that moment Robert appeared round a corner of the street. (10)
  • At the first confession, she said she had none, and sullenly maintained that there was none to exonerate. (10)
  • Between that man Rippenger and me there shall be dealings. (10)
  • But he had no business to think of her like that. (8)
  • But little Publius knew a sweet-shop, and a trick worth two of that. (8)
  • But when she had rubbed her cheeks and smoothed her face, she was no nearer to feeling that she could trust herself. (8)
  • Clemens opened that proof, and lit into the room with danger in her eye. (9)
  • Could he expect that her friends would not step forward? (4)
  • Even his eyes, Freeland gray, were a little buffed over by sedentary habit, and the number of things that he was conscious of. (8)
  • He felt no anger against George; it was the woman that excited his just wrath. (8)
  • He glanced at the woman: saw that she was handsome. (10)
  • He had a talent for disorder, so that the room looked as if three men instead of one had gone to bed in it. (8)
  • He heard voices murmur that she might be praised. (10)
  • He proposed to her that she should come to the yacht, and indeed leave Brookfield to go on board. (10)
  • He pulled out to where the boat lay tilting at anchor, and held the dory alongside by the gunwale that she might step aboard. (9)
  • He stood facing his cousin with a close-lipped smile that summarised his opinion and made it readable. (10)
  • His first sensation was a sort of stupefaction of relief that had in it an element of anger. (8)
  • His sagacity knew this, but it knew too that he could not stop that beating, nor would if he could. (8)
  • How she hated that large, scrawly writing for all the thoughts and fears it had given her these past months! (8)
  • I have been used to the gratification of believing myself to earn every blessing that I enjoyed. (4)
  • I leave it where I found it, but perhaps that is a good deal for a critic to do. (9)
  • I may observe that I think I know. (10)
  • I say, carry a letter to your locked door, and you shall have a good reception: but there is none that is handed out. (10)
  • In red Turkish slippers and his old brown velvet coat, he was well suited to that framing of glow and darkness. (8)
  • In the face of this, Falder, do you still deny that you altered both cheque and counterfoil? (8)
  • It is not too much to say that Dartie had been living on hope for months. (8)
  • It may be, that by the renunciation of any description of alcohol, a man will stand clearer-headed to serve his country. (10)
  • It might be noted that he never looked at Holly without her knowing of it, but that she looked at him sometimes unawares. (8)
  • It stands in one of the lowest spots of the park; in that respect, unfavourable for improvement. (4)
  • It would have looked so particular; and you know how I abhor doing that. (4)
  • It would not be true to say that Lord Valleys was afraid of his son. (8)
  • More than that, I fear. (10)
  • Or is that unworthy of your honour? (8)
  • She had set him on fire; he conceived a method for trampling the remaining sparks and erasing stain and scars; that was all. (10)
  • Shrapnel foremost that there is now a watch over them to stop them. (10)
  • Suddenly she heard the pushing back of chairs in that recess. (9)
  • The feeling, too, that she was, as it were, apart, cloistered, made her seem nearer to himself, a strangely desirable companion. (8)
  • The only thing against her was that she had not a double name. (8)
  • The sight of Bosinney coming with Irene from the conservatory, with that strange look of utter absorption on his face, struck her too suddenly. (8)
  • There was such melancholy in her heart that she cast herself into all the flippancy with abandonment. (10)
  • There were always circumstances, incidents, mitigations, that kept the hero still a hero, and ennobled the box into an unjust prison cell. (9)
  • They dance; that is a healthy exercise. (10)
  • They told us that no living creatures were in the house. (10)
  • To be summoned to sit on a jury at the local assizes, and not even the grand jury at that! (8)
  • To my mind the whole thing turns on our finding who knew that De Levis had this money. (8)
  • Too proud to notice, Soames knew perfectly that Annette and that fellow had gone prowling round together. (8)
  • We are so far in her hands that we have to keep her quiet. (10)
  • When once he had given his liking, he could not bear that any shadow of change should seem to have come upon him. (9)
  • With that addition to its exchequer, it would have made head against its old enemy, Taxation, and started rejuvenescent. (10)

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