Never a magnanimity fell to the ground, but there is some heart to greet and accept
Meanwhile, I pray you to accept
these ten pieces of gold.
Turning now to the Workmen he asserted that their interests must not be neglected, and that, if they intended to accept
the Colour Bill, they ought at least to do so with full view of the consequences.
But if he be willing to accept
my offers, will you oppose them?
Collins, with a formal wave of the hand, "that it is usual with young ladies to reject the addresses of the man whom they secretly mean to accept
, when he first applies for their favour; and that sometimes the refusal is repeated a second, or even a third time.
You appear to be much afraid that the king will accept
; you have a deal more reason to fear that he will not accept
To-day we must accept
it as one of the earliest castles of the Conquest, probably not later than the time of Henry I.
If you are to accept
a favour it is more suitable you should be under an obligation to his father than to him.
I stand alone, bound to accept
society and not unwilling, since in return for the taxes I pay it protects me, a weakling, against the tyranny of another stronger than I am; but I submit to its laws because I must; I do not acknowledge their justice: I do not know justice, I only know power.
I mean," she said, "that now I am old enough to work, I cannot accept
everything from one upon whom I have no claim.
In painting there are only two dimensions to the canvas, yet you accept
the illusion of three dimensions which the art of a painter enables him to throw into the canvas.
Isabel, at Miss Pink's intercession, was induced to accept
her lover's excuses, and, in the event of her favorable reception by Hardyman's parents at the farm, to give her consent (not very willingly even yet) to hastening the ceremony which was to make her Hardyman's wife.
their bounty while ye may, Before we be accepted
by the worms,"
You know not whom you have affronted; he is a nobleman of the first rank and fortune, and yesterday made proposals to your daughter; and such as I am sure you must accept
with the highest pleasure.
As matters stood, he had no choice but to accept