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  • And what good are they? (8)
  • And what thought the Tower of it? (10)
  • And what was the nature of your married life? (8)
  • And I know what he is. (9)
  • And then what could I do? (4)
  • As for discipline, what do you aristocrats, or bourgeois know of discipline? (8)
  • As it was, he dared to look what he did not permit himself to speak. (10)
  • At what time did you take his clothes and boots? (8)
  • Besides, what a din of laughter there would be to see her led away by him. (10)
  • But what minor item of insufficiency or feebleness was discernible? (10)
  • But what of it, if I win you? (10)
  • But had that want of knowledge ever retarded what was known as the upward growth of man? (8)
  • But oh, what a cruel thing is a farce to those engaged in it! (2)
  • Confession by implication, and absolution; she could know this to be what she wished for, and yet not think it. (10)
  • Count on it, you may generally reckon what to expect. (10)
  • Edmund considered it every way, and saw nothing but what was right. (4)
  • Elizabeth took up some needlework, and was sufficiently amused in attending to what passed between Darcy and his companion. (4)
  • Even if pride would have let her ask, what good? (8)
  • Every body pretends to feel and tries to describe with the taste and elegance of him who first defined what picturesque beauty was. (4)
  • Goren has promised to have you in London a couple of months, and teach you what he can. (10)
  • I instantly saw what had stopped him. (1)
  • I know what I am about. (10)
  • I know now what I want most. (8)
  • I pray every night, and I go to church every Sunday, and I never know what it is to be unhappy. (10)
  • I said what I thought. (10)
  • In what condition were you? (8)
  • It came to him that he did not know at all what she was. (8)
  • It perches you on a rock; but the swimmer in politics knows what draws the tides. (10)
  • It was only a question of what he was going to advise Larry to do. (8)
  • Let me be what Merthyr wishes me to be! (10)
  • Miss Crawford need not have urged secrecy with so much warmth; she might have trusted to her sense of what was due to her cousin. (4)
  • My dear Alicia, of what a mistake were you guilty in marrying a man of his age! (4)
  • No, I see no finery about you; nothing but what is perfectly proper. (4)
  • No; for you certainly would not know what to say. (4)
  • Nor was the vision unsuitable to the locality; for after an hospital, what uglier piece is there in civilization than a court of law? (2)
  • Nor were social conditions what I trust they have now become. (7)
  • Nothing living except what was inside oneself! (8)
  • Oh, dear, what a bump! (8)
  • Otherwise, what had robbed her of her voice? (10)
  • She greeted him gently, and General Pendyce was not the man to discern what was not put under his nose. (8)
  • She had seen him come on horseback; he had evidently followed her; and he knew what she now understood must be her destination. (10)
  • She is giving you what assistance she can; at present: be thankful, if you can be satisfied with her present doings. (10)
  • She wanted to push him away from her, to try what anger and coldness would do, and again she dared not. (8)
  • She would always be what she was and had been to him. (8)
  • She would get it by the first post; but what could he say that was not dangerous, if Cramier chanced to see? (8)
  • The beauty of the night, and heaven knows what treacherous hope in the depths of his soul, coloured existence warmly. (10)
  • The wine gave him what he wanted, an edge to these few hours of pleasure, an exaltation of energy. (8)
  • There were dishes she could have recommended; what a pity! (8)
  • They had no conversation together, no intercourse but what the commonest civility required. (4)
  • This is what we all feel. (4)
  • This is just an instance of what I hate. (8)
  • To what end should a man frame speeches to a vision! (8)
  • Verrian saying what I did, and asking to see the rest of his story on the impulse of the moment. (9)
  • What a contrast to that hoary old sinner Heythorp, whose brazenness nothing could affect. (8)
  • What a frail madonna of the sugar-plums! (8)
  • What business has he to be tired of my mother? (8)
  • What could be meant by such unsteady conduct, what her friend could be at, was beyond her comprehension. (4)
  • What did they suppose our nerves were made of? (9)
  • What do you think that was? (10)
  • What good were men like that in these days! (8)
  • What have you against him? (10)
  • What it was like then, she had no heart to say. (10)
  • What on earth-how on earth! (8)
  • What one-ers you do tell! (8)
  • What protected our right? (7)
  • What respect can a woman have for her husband after that sight? (10)
  • What seems just to one man, sir, is injustice to another. (8)
  • What should he be doing in that galley? (8)
  • What was she seeing among those white camellias? (8)
  • What would she think? (8)
  • You mean what you say, do you? (10)
  • You see to what lengths Derek was prepared to go. (8)

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