On my honor, the angels will not disappoint
me if they are no lovelier than you should be if you had that look in your face and that tone in your voice I spoke of just now.
Grant, who came consequently to reside at Mansfield; and on proving to be a hearty man of forty-five, seemed likely to disappoint
Well, but I am not the superintendent of his majesty's finances -- I have my purse -- surely I would do much for his majesty's welfare -- some legacy -- but I cannot disappoint
them, therefore, the travellers stripped the caches of the articles deposited there, and collecting together everything that they could not carry away with them, made a bonfire of all that would burn, and threw the rest into the river.
I ought to have convinced you that I was doomed to disappoint
Of course, Martin had not meant to disappoint
her, nor deliberately hurt her.
He had always foreseen that she would not disappoint
him; and he had been right.
Well, that rather alters the case, because I had no idea that they thought so, and I should not have liked to disappoint
or inconvenience them.
It was painful to her to disappoint
and displease them, particularly to displease her brother; but she could not repent her resistance.
Even so did Raffles disappoint
the Old Boys in the evening as he had disappointed
the school by day.