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  • Was it her duty to live an incomplete life? (10)
  • Was she playing with him? (8)
  • Was there something fatal about her that must destroy the men she had to do with? (8)
  • As he boasted that there was the end of Captain Welsh, I broke the rope. (10)
  • As usual, he was the solitary minority. (10)
  • Barbara was sleeping with her cheek on her hand, and her tawny hair, gathered back, streaming over the pillow. (8)
  • Before the week ended, it was all disappointment. (4)
  • But it was curiously observable that the opposing force recovered energy from defeat, while mine languished in victory. (10)
  • But she saw less and less of these without seeing more of other men, and perhaps in the last analysis she was not a favorite. (9)
  • But those were the days before the war, when America was the cheapest country in the world, and the West was incredibly inexpensive. (9)
  • For he was with Owain Wythan at heart to scorn titles which did not distinguish practical offices. (10)
  • For it was a continued outrage on the fair image he had in his heart. (10)
  • General Ople was the hero to champion a lady whose airs of haughtiness caused her to be somewhat backbitten. (10)
  • He was a young man of middle height, square shouldered, active, with an angular face, high cheek-bones, and a strong, sharp chin. (8)
  • He was about to raise his hand, when he saw that the young foreigner, noting his instinctive feeling, had at once adapted himself to it. (8)
  • He was coming home one winter night, and as he crossed the garden he was startled by a white figure swaying before him. (9)
  • He was sitting with her in an embrasure, his senses tingling with the contact of the waltz. (8)
  • He heard my father was poor, with a family. (10)
  • He received a commission, greatly to his advantage, and was absent. (10)
  • He rose to light a candle; the dust was thick on everything he touched. (8)
  • He wanted her positive meaning, as she perceived, having hoped that it was generally taken and current, and the shock to him over. (10)
  • Heriot was merely reported guilty of insolence. (10)
  • His absence was unnecessarily long. (4)
  • His recollection of the state, after a lapse of minutes, was pleasurable. (10)
  • Hodges, he said, was quite displeased at their being all sent away. (4)
  • Houses imprisoned us, I thought a lost father was never to be discovered by remaining in them. (10)
  • However, Jeff was in no hurry. (9)
  • I came to inquire, but I was convinced before I could ask the question. (4)
  • I cannot forget that, when she first knew what my father would do for them, she seemed quite disappointed that it was not more. (4)
  • If only I could believe I was necessary to you! (8)
  • It was a veritable passion, which I used to think he could not have felt so deeply if he had been a literary man himself. (9)
  • It was what Isabel had said twelve years before, on first beholding the lake. (9)
  • Like all the rest of the court, Waterbuck rose, and remained on his feet until the judge was seated. (8)
  • Melchisedec it was otherwise. (10)
  • Morsfield bade the coachman pull up, and he was readily obeyed. (10)
  • Not stealthily done, it was not objected to by the husband whose eye was on all. (10)
  • Now that the fever had gone, the white transparency of her cheeks and forehead against the dark lashes and hair was too startling. (8)
  • Old Jason, at the same time, was standing before the little grove beside the steps leading to the cella. (5)
  • Or darting on her, who, when seized, was fatal to the darter, yet had never wanted to be seized. (8)
  • Our work was mere playing at sailoring, helping furl sails, haul ropes, study charts, carry messages, and such like. (10)
  • Paramor had been amused, and to do this he was obliged to keep his eyes upon him. (8)
  • She was always keeping things from him. (8)
  • She bent her head down over the clusters she was grouping. (9)
  • She called to recollection how ludicrously practical he was in the thick of his passion. (10)
  • She had promised to keep her; and Margaret was pleased with the notion of going to New York, where she had a cousin. (9)
  • She made it likewise appear that she was ready for further sacrifices to carry out the same. (10)
  • She put the breakfast on the table when it was ready, but she would not sit down with the rest. (9)
  • She stood on land: she was not on the seas. (10)
  • Tell me what was said this morning. (8)
  • The air was perfumed with hemp from neighbouring fields. (2)
  • The mask was down over her face, that mask behind which so much went on that he could not see. (8)
  • The past was nothing. (4)
  • The presence of the living members of the Family was an extreme physical relief. (10)
  • The sigh touched him, and he suggested a carriage-ride through the city; she assented with eagerness, for it was what she had been thinking of. (9)
  • The spell was broken. (2)
  • The table against which her hand rested was covered with red baize, no doubt to keep the stains of mutton from penetrating to the wood. (8)
  • The truth was mounted on an unusually high wind. (10)
  • The veil of life was about to be lifted for these ladies. (10)
  • Their little suite of rooms was at the very end of the hotel, so that he might play as much as he wished. (8)
  • Then he realized that she was standing so that their faces when they must say good-bye could not be seen. (8)
  • There was misery everywhere, and yet I was glad. (10)
  • There was no answer to her knock, and in a flutter of fear she opened the door. (8)
  • There was no report. (1)
  • There was none in the voice. (1)
  • There was not a touch of autumn in the weather. (2)
  • 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 his reward for standing firm for right and justice to his own destruction: to feel like a thief and a murderer. (9)
  • To be kept up for hours, after the family were in bed, by stupid pamphlets was not very likely. (4)
  • To have been described long ago to a recent acquaintance, by nameless people, is irresistible; and Anne was all curiosity. (4)
  • Treffry was being assisted into the house. (8)
  • While I was in this state of wrathful championship, the hall-door was opened. (10)

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