for perhaps the hundredth
time since he had entered into intimate relations with the family; but--he liked these "extraordinary people," all the same.
But although she was silent, she was evidently mistress of a situation which was familiar enough to her, and inclined to let it take its way for the six hundredth
time, perhaps, without bringing into play any of her unoccupied faculties.
Garth decided, but on the hundredth
she was often aware that she would have to perform the singularly difficult task of carrying out her own principle, and to make herself subordinate.
I had traveled northward for perhaps an hour, still haunted by the conviction that I was being stalked by some creature which kept always hidden among the trees and shrubbery to my right and a little to my rear, when for the hundredth
time I was attracted by a sound from that direction, and turning, saw some animal running rapidly through the forest toward me.
I'll be so lonesome when you go," moaned Diana for the hundredth
While I am in this unsettled frame of mind, my pony approaches a dim, black, winding line, where the bog must be crossed for the hundredth
time at least.
Not the first, nor the twentieth, nor the hundredth
drink, succeeded in giving them the liking.
The Story Girl had brought flowers for her mother's grave as usual, and while she arranged them on it the rest of us read for the hundredth
time the epitaph on Great-Grandfather King's tombstone, which had been composed by Great-Grandmother King.
I cannot make it out," said Margaret for the hundredth
Well, let's drink to his recovery, or wish that a hundredth
part of his dreams may be realized--and that would be happiness such as never has been seen on earth
I prophesied truly, and failed only in one single circumstance, that in all the misery I imagined and dreaded, I did not conceive the hundredth
part of the anguish I was destined to endure.
Then she laughed at her foolishness, remembered Billy and the four-roomed cottage on Pine Street, and went to bed with her mind filled for the hundredth
time with the details of the furniture.
This was the end of all his bold determination, resolved upon for the hundredth
time, to speak out to Dolly and tell her how he loved her
Harthouse disembarrassed himself of that interview with the smallest conceivable amount of ceremony, and debated for the hundredth
time what all this could mean?
But his liberated attention soon reverted to the theme that was foremost in his thoughts, and began, for the hundredth
time, to dwell upon every circumstance that had impressed itself upon his mind on the mysterious night when he had seen the man at his mother's.