No ship is wholly bad; and now that their bodies that had braved
so many tempests have been blown off the face of the sea by a puff of steam, the evil and the good together into the limbo of things that have served their time, there can be no harm in affirming that in these vanished generations of willing servants there never has been one utterly unredeemable soul.
With solemn kindness Sir Thomas addressed her: told her his fears, inquired into her wishes, entreated her to be open and sincere, and assured her that every inconvenience should be braved
, and the connexion entirely given up, if she felt herself unhappy in the prospect of it.
A common housebreaker can have few terrors for one who has braved
those of mid-ocean single-handed; my would-be visitor had no longer any for me; for it had not yet occurred to me to connect him with the voices and the footsteps to which, indeed, I had been unable to swear before the doctor.
It seemed as though no caravan had ever braved
this desert expanse, or it would have left visible traces of its encampments, or the whitened bones of men and animals.
Natasha saw there was nothing to be afraid of and so she braved
even Marya Dmitrievna.
When the door did open, he started, but braved
the forthcoming revelation.
But if he braved
all the difficulties of getting his bread in some other way--will you give him the support of hope?