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  • A curious smile the fellow had. (8)
  • A great deal can be said for either tradition; perhaps some editor will yet imagine a return to the earlier method. (9)
  • And I will down to the squire for a distraction, if you esteem it necessary, certainly. (10)
  • And to live out of doors with the woman a man loves is of all lives the most complete and free. (2)
  • And, hunting for handkerchief he wiped his brow; then, bending sorrowful and lank over the dead man, he too turned and hurried out. (8)
  • Barter pressed his lips to her quivering hand, and backed from the room. (8)
  • Both have the common-sense view of life; both are unsentimental. (9)
  • But Westlake revealed unimagined marvels of the odd corners of the masculine bosom. (10)
  • But suddenly, like a shot bird closing wings, the song fell silent and dived headlong back to earth. (8)
  • But when Lady Fleetwood had the fact from the admiral, would she forbear to excite him? (10)
  • Conscience reproached him with the little he had done for Victor, and he had now his congenial opportunity. (10)
  • Diana turned from her pursuer with a comic woeful lifting of the brows at her friend. (10)
  • Did Beauchamp at all desire to have those idly lovely adornments of riches, the Yacht and the Lady, swept away? (10)
  • Do you know you have mystified the worthy man exceedingly? (10)
  • Emilia returned the money to her. (10)
  • Fixed there by the keenest of all anguish, self-reproach, she could find no interval of ease or forgetfulness. (4)
  • George had been in the habit of trotting over to Beckley three or four times a week. (10)
  • He glanced at the ceiling, to bathe in a blank space out of memory. (10)
  • He might see the defending counsel, might surely do that as an expert who thought there had been miscarriage of justice. (8)
  • He sighed, and folded the last of the papers under the flap of the bag; he knew well enough what was meant. (8)
  • He then rose, and to her intense surprise began climbing up on to the pile. (8)
  • He thrust his white face forward into the illuminated opening. (1)
  • Here freedom of investigation, yonder with Hoogstraten and Tungern, fettering of the mind. (5)
  • His conduct of affairs was so open that none could have supposed the gallant cornet entangled in a maze of sentiment. (10)
  • His own subjugation was the first fruit of his effort. (10)
  • I suppose, but venture with timidity on the suggestion, that this may have been a romantic and nocturnal picnic party. (2)
  • I was born amongst the mountains. (8)
  • If Burgundy is the emperor of wines, Hock is the empress. (10)
  • If anything, the Forsytes had it in dress and looks and manners. (8)
  • If people come to stay with you, they can put up with the second best. (9)
  • In the shock of this dreadful revelation the dreamer awoke, trembling in the darkness of her cabin in the wood. (1)
  • In one of the many little bays I passed, lay three or four fishing smacks. (6)
  • In pushing their way out they became separated from the others. (8)
  • In this conclusion a somewhat long experience of the life of a traveller has fully established me. (6)
  • It is the ill-mating of forms that has killed a thousand plays. (8)
  • It was the merest accident the cheque-book stayed in your pocket. (8)
  • Lots of them in the world. (10)
  • Many other votive pictures, the pilgrims at the inn, and a priest whom she questioned, confirmed it. (5)
  • Not a soldier alive knows the use of cavalry better than my brother. (10)
  • One of the dangers of scholarship was a peculiar danger in the Cambridge keeping, but Lowell was almost as averse as Longfellow from contempt. (9)
  • Peridon and Catkin pertained to their genial picture of the dear sweet nest in life; a dale never traversed by the withering breath they dreaded. (10)
  • She saw with maternal complacency all the impertinent encroachments and mischievous tricks to which her cousins submitted. (4)
  • She will not hear of the reasons and the change of reasons for one thing and the other. (10)
  • Shrapnel, as to the battle, and with Jenny as to the delay in recommencing it. (10)
  • Sir Purcell merely reiterated his demand for the promise, which was ultimately snarled to him; whereupon he retired, joy on his features. (10)
  • So the reports are false. (10)
  • Something rustled in the undergrowth, quite close; she saw a pair of green eyes shining. (8)
  • Surely, the Sword moved from the slings as if a giant had swayed it! (10)
  • Ten minutes later, the sunlight spread at a gallop along the hillside, scattering shadows and sparkles, and the day had come completely. (2)
  • The Iliad, the Odyssey, and the Old Testament, both realism and romance. (8)
  • The bath-house keeper had many wonderful stories to relate of her remarkable wisdom, with which even highly educated men could not vie. (5)
  • The burning of a rick is an act of vengeance, and a ploughman out of employ is a vengeful animal. (10)
  • The colonel had been one of the bathers, and he stood like a circus-driver flicking a wet towel at Crossjay capering. (10)
  • The crushed pic-nic tried to get a little air, and made attempts at conversation. (10)
  • The hearts of the lovers were chilled, not that they perceived any malice in the Countess, but their keen instincts felt an evil fate. (10)
  • The man read the flush. (10)
  • The nature and the simplicity of gentlemen and ladies, with their servants and furniture, I think is best observed by meals within doors. (4)
  • The old butler took a more single-minded and old-fashioned line. (8)
  • The one beheld the two pass from view again, still conversing. (10)
  • The question for the police will be whether or not to take notice of this false confession. (8)
  • The time had been when they could have found enough in the conjectural fortunes and characters of their fellow-passengers to occupy them. (9)
  • The water was yellow and turbulent, swung with an angry eddy among half-submerged willows, and made an angry clatter along stony shores. (2)
  • The wish was rather eager than lasting. (4)
  • Thoughtless Julia, accepting the impudent invitation without scruple, had allowed herself to be driven away without stating the place of her destination. (10)
  • Till then, respect, and the honours of war! (10)
  • We will hope the lady will stick to her choice, and not seek smaller change. (10)
  • When the Galleries were shut I was very tired, so I went into a cafe, and had some beer. (8)
  • Wilfrid then joined the front array. (10)

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