The jungle is shut to me, and I must forget
your talk and your companionship.
Then D'Artagnan, disposed to become the most tender of lovers, was at the same time a very devoted friend, In the midst of his amorous projects for the mercer's wife, he did not forget
Oh, signora, if I could but speak Greek, your conversation, added to the fairy-scene which surrounds me, would furnish an evening of such delight as it would be impossible for me ever to forget
It was to Adam the time that a man can least forget
in after-life, the time when he believes that the first woman he has ever loved betrays by a slight something--a word, a tone, a glance, the quivering of a lip or an eyelid--that she is at least beginning to love him in return.
It shall not stay my fury; my horses will spring lightly over their trench, and when I am at their ships forget
not to bring me fire that I may burn them, while I slaughter the Argives who will be all dazed and bewildered by the smoke.
And, moreover, the Sahib forgets
that the defendant himself was making this case.
How true is the saying, "All the world forgets
the Jackal and the Barber when the news has been told
that I have been three hours away; but I assure Monsieur that here in this town it's perfectly safe for Madame to be alone.
The next night there happened a similar accident with a similar result; and then the next -- and then again the next; so that, in the end, the good monarch, having been unavoidably deprived of all opportunity to keep his vow during a period of no less than one thousand and one nights, either forgets
it altogether by the expiration of this time, or gets himself absolved of it in the regular way, or (what is more probable) breaks it outright, as well as the head of his father confessor.
Mrs Clay," said she, warmly, "never forgets
who she is; and as I am rather better acquainted with her sentiments than you can be, I can assure you, that upon the subject of marriage they are particularly nice, and that she reprobates all inequality of condition and rank more strongly than most people.
I know the world goes fast and one generation forgets
I have a brother, who is rich, and your majesty knows him well, and all the world knows him; but because I am poor, everybody forgets
It is only another name for trying to be good, and the story may help us, for though we do want to be good, it's hard work and we forget
, and don't do our best.
Concession must be out of the question; but it was time to appear to forget
that they had ever quarrelled; and she hoped it might rather assist the restoration of friendship, that when he came into the room she had one of the children with herthe youngest, a nice little girl about eight months old, who was now making her first visit to Hartfield, and very happy to be danced about in her aunt's arms.
After assuring him that I did not forget
how interested he had always been in her, and how kindly he had always treated her, I gave him a general account of her restoration to her uncle by the aid of Martha; which I knew would please the old man.