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  • An American tour is instructive, though not so romantic. (10)
  • And as though the thought had found its way through the closed door, she heard his footsteps recede again. (8)
  • And, dearest, though I would die for you I cannot change it. (10)
  • As she now seized his gold, it seemed as though she saw Lienhard before her. (5)
  • At last Jane began, and though the first bars were feebly given, the powers of the instrument were gradually done full justice to. (4)
  • Beauchamp would not be taught that though they were yoked they stood at the opposite ends of the process of evolution. (10)
  • Before opening the door, he struck his broad breast as though relieved of a heavy burden. (5)
  • Bertram was in the room again; and though feeling it would be a great honour to be asked by him, she thought it must happen. (4)
  • Besides though her voice struck emotion, she herself was unimpressionable. (10)
  • But I, who was with him, knew, though he never talked of his wounds, they had been driven into his heart. (10)
  • But as though shot she spun round, and would have passed him up the stairs. (8)
  • But metaphorical language, though nothing other will convey the extremity of his misery, or the form of his thoughts, must be put aside. (10)
  • But one must not expect every thing; though I suppose it would be no difficult matter to widen them. (4)
  • But they show us their way of solving the great problem, and we ought to thank them, though one or the other abominate us. (10)
  • But this night, though the Spirit of Peace hovered so near, she did not seem to know it. (8)
  • Certainly the city of Boston has distinctly waned in literature, though it has waxed in wealth and population. (9)
  • Corey, who doubtless saw her from the corner of her eyes, though she went on speaking to her mother. (9)
  • Dale to support him on his legs, though he had shown no sign of a wish to rise. (10)
  • Every day of our life together looks happy to me, looking back, though I know that every day had the same troubles. (10)
  • Full of tears though she was, her, heart lay open to the heavens and their kind, small, wholesome gifts. (10)
  • He believed that was part of the treatment, which was probably all humbug, though he thought of trying it, now he was there. (9)
  • He had them, though none for the incriminating charge. (10)
  • He now and then ran near the rock of preciosity, though he very seldom piled up his barque on that reef. (2)
  • He thought she had undertaken more than she was equal to, and that she felt it so herself, though she would not own it. (4)
  • He was flying as though he would have flown from the shameful thought of what had been asked of him. (10)
  • He was glad to stay, though he made a gruff pretence of indifference, when they came to look over the new arrangement with him. (9)
  • Her astonishment and confusion increased; and though still not knowing how to suppose him serious, she could hardly stand. (4)
  • Her heart was heavy for him, though she could not say so. (9)
  • How still and warm was the air, yet seemed to vibrate against his cheeks as though about to break into flame. (8)
  • I could tell, though I was sitting right in front. (8)
  • I have never ceased to adore Tennyson, though the rapture of the new convert could not last. (9)
  • I love that as well, though I love chance. (10)
  • I waive my own scheme for the lad, though I think it the better one. (10)
  • In fact, though the questions may no longer be so, the politics of vastly the greater number of Americans are so. (9)
  • It may be seen that he was of an adventurous temperament, though he had thought fit to loosen his sword-belt. (10)
  • It seemed as though, from mingled alarm and joy, her heart would stop beating. (5)
  • It was light and warm there, though the place was empty, and he decided upon a cigar as a proximate or immediate solution. (9)
  • Margaret L.; though you are a pretty woman, and know it. (10)
  • Men of heroic nerve decline similarly to let explosions shake them, though earth be shaken. (10)
  • Naturally, too, he cried out, but his lamentations, though echoed shrilly by the demagogues, seem to have been unavailing. (7)
  • Nor was her respect for him, though it made her more quiet, at all likely to make her more elegant. (4)
  • Nothing but that would suffer itself to be suggested, though conjectures lying in shadow underneath pressed ominously on my mind. (10)
  • One would imagine you had never heard my father speak of her personal misfortunes, though I know you must fifty times. (4)
  • Pendyce, too, sang, and once or twice he looked in surprise at his brother, as though he were not making a creditable noise. (8)
  • She concluded with many good wishes that Lady Lucas might soon be equally fortunate, though evidently and triumphantly believing there was no chance of it. (4)
  • She is wretched enough now, though her tenderness for us conceals it as far as possible. (10)
  • She listened without once speaking, but without apparent surprise at the confidence, though she may have felt surprised. (9)
  • She seems to know her countrymen, though. (10)
  • So rank me no hero, fair Mistress Margarita, though the temptation to seem one in such sweet eyes was beginning to lead me astray. (10)
  • Still Emilia kept her distressfully unenthusiastic looks turned from one to the other, though her Italy was the theme. (10)
  • Suddenly, as though drawn by invisible hands, they, too, stepped over the railing, and, silent as shadows, were gone from the light. (8)
  • The group shuffled awkwardly together, though Adela did her best. (10)
  • The mist had thickened to a white, infinitesimal rain-dust, and in it the trees began to look strange, as though they had lost one another. (8)
  • The thought of the day in store for us sent me strutting as though I had been in the presence of my drill-master. (10)
  • The weather had changed, was mild again, as though, having finished its work and sent a Forsyte to his last account, it could relax. (8)
  • There was something frenetic in the movement of those rather short, blunt-ended fingers, as though they were strangling the thing they were creating. (8)
  • There will be the same American groups looking out over them, and rocking and smoking, though, alas! (9)
  • These two affect one another, as though it could be. (10)
  • Though I have lost Camilla, I will be worthy of her. (10)
  • Though he did not mention Diana by name, Diana was clearly the person. (10)
  • Though he had become as rich as the Fuggers, paradise, he knew, would still be closed to him. (5)
  • Though her eldest son was thirty, she was, herself, still little more than fifty. (8)
  • Though her father thought his dress awful, it was really rather becoming. (8)
  • Though she dared not depend upon the consequence, she yet received pleasure from observing his behaviour. (4)
  • Though there are times when he is very much disgusted. (9)
  • Though you were as wild as a cat of the woods, by heaven! (10)
  • Thus there was profit of the affair, though the navvy sank out of sight. (10)
  • Victor waved hand for a finish, looking as though, his head had come out of hot water. (10)
  • Wasted though it was, the face of the wide orbits for sunken eyes was distinguishable as the one once known. (10)
  • You may take my word for it, though? (9)

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