We will have little difficulty in getting to Honduras, as there are fruit steamers frequently
The Mengwe, the Maquas, the Mingoes, and the Iroquois, though not all strictly the same, are identified frequently
by the speakers, being politically confederated and opposed to those just named.
We were not intimidated by their movements, but frequently
gave them proofs of our courage.
Such was one of the favorite haunts of the Headless Horseman, and the place where he was most frequently
Sometimes we had rather rough play, for they would frequently
bite and kick as well as gallop.
a lodging house keeper would rent the same beds to double shifts of men.
For a year or two Eliza saw her husband frequently
, and there was nothing to interrupt their happiness, except the loss of two infant children, to whom she was passionately attached, and whom she mourned with a grief so intense as to call for gentle remonstrance from her mistress, who sought, with maternal anxiety, to direct her naturally passionate feelings within the bounds of reason and religion.
Those who, while they disapprove of the character and measures of a government, yield to it their allegiance and support are undoubtedly its most conscientious supporters, and so frequently
the most serious obstacles to reform.
When, formerly, I have analyzed my partiality for some farm which I had contemplated purchasing, I have frequently
found that I was attracted solely by a few square rods of impermeable and unfathomable bog--a natural sink in one corner of it.
So, interruptions only did harm; and yet I had to in- terrupt, and interrupt pretty frequently
, too, in order to save my life; a person would die if he let her mo- notony drip on him right along all day.
He was called the smartest and most trusty fel- low, who had this honor conferred upon him the most frequently
I have frequently
detected myself in such kind of mistakes," said Elinor, "in a total misapprehension of character in some point or other: fancying people so much more gay or grave, or ingenious or stupid than they really are, and I can hardly tell why or in what the deception originated.
The sense of security more frequently
springs from habit than from conviction, and for this reason it often subsists after such a change in the conditions as might have been expected to suggest alarm.
The youngest reader of romances and romantic ballads, must recollect how often the females, during the dark ages, as they are called, were initiated into the mysteries of surgery, and how frequently
the gallant knight submitted the wounds of his person to her cure, whose eyes had yet more deeply penetrated his heart.
And when parties were pretty equally matched, the secret sympathy of the friends and favorers of the condemned person, availing itself of the good-nature and weakness of others, might frequently
bestow impunity where the terror of an example was necessary.