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  • After this, the baronet might be as wise as he pleased: he had quite undone his work. (10)
  • All that was plain sailing enough, but beyond this lay a sea of conjecture in which he found himself without helm or compass. (9)
  • Alone with Val after dinner, he sipped port deferentially and answered the advances of this new-found brother-in-law. (8)
  • And Cecilia felt uneasy as to how far this was to go. (8)
  • And how far this was due to Chardonnet she did not consider. (8)
  • And in this arrangement there was something harmonious and fitting, as though Providence itself had guided them all and assigned to each its place. (8)
  • And now this third anxiety had come! (8)
  • And the face of the woman, left alone at her window, was a little like the face of this warm, sweet night. (8)
  • As he reflected upon this he became less eager to look Fulkerson up and make the magazine a partner of his own sufferings. (9)
  • But this was a bona fide transaction. (9)
  • But if everything else fails, we can come back to this. (9)
  • But if you had all that money, what made you take this box? (8)
  • But now that he had come she was filled with this cold and deadly resentment. (8)
  • But perhaps this burlesque was not a good joke. (9)
  • By this time Beppo had taken root to the floor. (10)
  • He discovered this truth, in this roundabout way, and knew it a truth by the warm fireside glow the contemplation of her cast over him. (10)
  • He felt it an honour that anything so young as this should regard him in that way. (8)
  • He made her an offer in this very room, and she refused him. (4)
  • He omitted to send his address with this donation, but whether from delicacy or from caution he could not have said. (8)
  • His sagacity knew this, but it knew too that he could not stop that beating, nor would if he could. (8)
  • I afterward saw this improvident husband and unnatural father. (7)
  • I came motoring; like this. (8)
  • I desire to see neither you nor your son if this marriage comes about. (8)
  • I hate to see you standing about by yourself in this stupid manner. (4)
  • I left the wife this morning with nothing in the house. (8)
  • I must think this matter over a little. (4)
  • I say this shall be put a stop to now and henceforth, on the spot it shall! (10)
  • I say this with the names of all the Bostonian group, and those they influenced, in mind, and with a full sense of their greatness. (9)
  • I shall not expect this time more than I can get, or she can give. (8)
  • I spare you a family picture, while there is this huge blot on it. (10)
  • I will have this marriage: I have spoken! (10)
  • If he does more or less than this he equally fails. (9)
  • In this way, little risk was run, and one would be able to have a motor-car. (8)
  • In all this work there was no clashing; the duty of the instant was obvious. (1)
  • In her position she could not always be Charity itself: nor is this the required character for a high-born dame: so she rarely affected it. (10)
  • It amazed her that this soft little creature could be thus firm. (10)
  • It came as a shock to realise that this young foreign vagabond had taken such a place within his thoughts. (8)
  • Laetitia represented this peaceful restraining space in prospect. (10)
  • Living in a world where demand creates supply, we writers of fiction furnish the exception to this rule. (8)
  • March has this minute got back from seeing the clerk, and she can have a very nice room. (9)
  • Much struck was this giant ex-dragoon. (10)
  • My Fanny, indeed, at this very time, I have the satisfaction of knowing, must have been happy in spite of everything. (4)
  • Never did he boast of being able to accomplish, or having successfully performed, this or that feat. (5)
  • Not less than a hundred people were in this field, among them Crickledon and his wife. (10)
  • Or am I this time too acute? (10)
  • Out of a balance running rather low, she sent him remittances; this was her holiday, too, and she could afford to pay for it. (8)
  • She had striven hard to listen to him with her wits alone, and her sensations subsequently revenged themselves in this fashion. (10)
  • She submitted to this possibility, and waited for his coming, which began to seem unreasonably delayed. (9)
  • So had run the reasoning of this good woman. (8)
  • Suppose she should use the garland as a rope and venture to leap over it on this giddy height? (5)
  • The consciousness of this was so strong in him that he wondered whether he had not tried to do so. (9)
  • The noble owner put this opinion in his pipe and smoked it for a year. (8)
  • There, if anywhere, this curious restlessness would leave him. (8)
  • This appears to have directed his life; and was practically the same thing as his sense of honour. (2)
  • This at least was one of the forms of love which precipitate men: the sole thought in him was to be with her. (10)
  • This circumstance aroused the ire of Antonio-Pericles against the libretto and revolutionists. (10)
  • This decision elicited from me another energetic protest. (7)
  • This is a sort of thing that readily begets a personal feeling against nature. (2)
  • This village trouble was too small to occupy for long the mind of one who had so many duties. (8)
  • This was flattering and sweet. (8)
  • This was foolish; but to do a foolish thing was some relief, and she went along with a faint smile, mocking her own recklessness. (8)
  • This was no mere genuflexion to a shrine of taste and immorality, but the prosecution of his own legitimate affairs. (8)
  • This was one of the posts that we had inspected, and the officers killed had hospitably entertained us. (7)
  • This was very kind of you to be persuaded to come. (4)
  • This young Breckon was quite enough so, for my taste. (9)
  • This, then, would be his for ever! (10)
  • Three thousand bid for this desirable property. (8)
  • To blow up this house. (8)
  • To make her feel that this is just our lives, and has nothing to do with yours or hers. (8)
  • Unconsciously both men felt this change, and in speaking, turned towards her. (8)
  • What else can it be in this case? (8)
  • What have you been up to, to get into a state like this? (8)
  • What intensity of feeling there was in the fellow, that he could look like this at the first breath of opposition! (8)
  • What is this disease but a silly, a senseless waste? (10)
  • What, then, did this pursuit of Emilia mean? (10)
  • Will he play us false or will he be true in the operation of this or that principle involved? (9)

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