At this Kim, already perplexed by the lama's collapse and foreseeing
the weight of the bag, fairly lost his temper.
Mary, often a little unwell, and always thinking a great deal of her own complaints, and always in the habit of claiming Anne when anything was the matter, was indisposed; and foreseeing
that she should not have a day's health all the autumn, entreated, or rather required her, for it was hardly entreaty, to come to Uppercross Cottage, and bear her company as long as she should want her, instead of going to Bath.
In the comfort that women give there is always a delicacy which has something maternal, foreseeing
, and complete about it.
That Sir Henry should have been exposed to this is, I must confess, a reproach to my management of the case, but we had no means of foreseeing
the terrible and paralyzing spectacle which the beast presented, nor could we predict the fog which enabled him to burst upon us at such short notice.
She said this with such great significance that Ada and I glanced at one another, foreseeing
As the prospect did not seem to be without attractions for Good, who, like most sailors, is of a susceptible nature,--being elderly and wise, foreseeing
the endless complications that anything of the sort would involve, for women bring trouble so surely as the night follows the day, I put in a hasty answer--
She remained thus prostrate for a very long time, trembling in truth, more than praying, chilled by the ever-closer breath of that furious multitude, understanding nothing of this outburst, ignorant of what was being plotted, what was being done, what they wanted, but foreseeing
a terrible issue.
But it was a merciful Providence which prevented him from foreseeing
the hideous reality which awaited them in the grim depths of that gloomy wood.
Of course he could have undeceived her before she started, but the mischievous boy had been careful not to do that, foreseeing
the probably laughable disgust that she would experience when she found her dear friend, the prince, in good health.
The flimsy fabric of credit that had grown with no man foreseeing
, and that had held those hundreds of millions in an economic interdependence that no man clearly understood, dissolved in panic.
As if foreseeing
that the interview might be long, and the night chilly, Katharine advised Cassandra to wrap herself in a quilt.