Yet, compared with the cheap
professions of most reformers, and the still cheaper wisdom an eloquence of politicians in general, his are almost the only sensible and valuable words, and we thank Heaven for him.
The names of men are, of course, as cheap
and meaningless as BOSE and TRAY, the names of dogs.
She had caught sight of her new Sunday gown-- a cheap
curtain-calico thing, a conflagration of gaudy colors and fantastic figures.
The common workman who sacrificed sixpence from his week's wages for a cheap
photograph to present to his sweet.
telephones, yet fairly good, had by this time been made possible by the improvements of the Bell engineers; and stories of what could be done by telephone became the favorite gossip of the day.
God has not been pleased to provide another valise for me with another hundred crowns, like the one the other day; but never mind, my Teresa, the bell-ringer is in safe quarters, and all will come out in the scouring of the government; only it troubles me greatly what they tell me- that once I have tasted it I will eat my hands off after it; and if that is so it will not come very cheap
to me; though to be sure the maimed have a benefice of their own in the alms they beg for; so that one way or another thou wilt be rich and in luck.
On the whole therefore -- although I am not ignorant that, in many popularly elected School Boards, there is a reaction in favour of "the cheap
system" as it is called -- I am myself disposed to think that this is one of the many cases in which expense is the truest economy.
Thedora tells me that a retired civil servant of her acquaintance has a uniform to sell--one cut to regulation pattern and in good repair, as well as likely to go very cheap
From a long and miserable experience of suffering, injustice, disgrace and aggression the nations of the earth are mostly swayed by fear - fear of the sort that a little cheap
oratory turns easily to rage, hate, and violence.
He that is too much in anything, so that he giveth another occasion of satiety, maketh himself cheap
Everybody acquainted with Bath may remember the difficulties of crossing Cheap
Street at this point; it is indeed a street of so impertinent a nature, so unfortunately connected with the great London and Oxford roads, and the principal inn of the city, that a day never passes in which parties of ladies, however important their business, whether in quest of pastry, millinery, or even (as in the present case) of young men, are not detained on one side or other by carriages, horsemen, or carts.
I paid for what we had drunk, and we made our way to a cheap
restaurant, crowded and gay, where we dined with pleasure.
With his vivid fancy he seemed to see the surging throng round the pit-door of theatres, and the glitter of cheap
restaurants, bars where men, half drunk, sat on high stools talking with barmaids; and under the street lamps the mysterious passing of dark crowds bent upon pleasure.
I assure you he must be a very bad painter; only the other day I saw him looking longingly into the window of a cheap
Italian restaurant, and in the end he had to crush down his aspirations with two penny scones.
He had time to note the light, fluffy something that hid her queenly head, the tasteful lines of her wrapped figure, the gracefulness of her carriage and of the hand that caught up her skirts; and then she was gone and he was left staring at the two girls of the cannery, at their tawdry attempts at prettiness of dress, their tragic efforts to be clean and trim, the cheap
cloth, the cheap
ribbons, and the cheap
rings on the fingers.