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Oh, shucks, this hasn't got anything to do with dissipation.
I feel that I can open my heart to you about anything.
But now this letter seemed to her more awful than anything she had been able to conceive.
Casaubon had the facts in her mind, but she was not going to speak of anything connected with them.
He says that though I don't say anything, he sees I've got the devil in me, and he means to bring it out; and one of these days it will come out in a way that he won't like, or I'm mistaken
Neither Hamlet, nor Macbeth, nor Othello, nor Douglas, nor The Gamester, presented anything that could satisfy even the tragedians; and The Rivals, The School for Scandal, Wheel of Fortune, Heir at Law, and a long et cetera, were successively dismissed with yet warmer objections.
He could not see anything of the performance on account of the mist of suspicion, anger, dismay, and wretchedness which seemed to be before his eyes; but he forced himself to conceal the fact that anything was the matter; he went on talking and laughing.
What I admire more than anything," the Duchess declared, "is your beautiful violet tone.
Thanks, I won't have anything more," said the painter, taking his cap and coat off and throwing them on the bag that he had placed in the corner.
To do anything else, for the next ten years, that was asked of her--anything, that is, but marry.
Unless I have done anything,' said Little Dorrit, rather alarmed, and meaning anything calculated to crack varnish and ruffle surface.
Old Monsieur Farival was up, and was more than half inclined to do anything that suggested itself.
I says to myself, if a body can get anything they pray for, why don't Deacon Winn get back the money he lost on pork?
Huck, I never see anything look any more naturaler than what It does.
Nearly all day he travelled without anything remarkable happening to him, at which he was in despair, for he was anxious to encounter some one at once upon whom to try the might of his strong arm.