Elton might not be of an imprudent
, inconsiderate disposition as to money matters; he might naturally be rather attentive than otherwise to them; but then, Mr.
Oh, very imprudent
indeed, Master Copperfield,' returned Uriah, sighing modestly.
of the South Carolina branch), a penniless beauty introduced to New York society by her cousin, the imprudent
Medora Manson, who was always doing the wrong thing from the right motive.
But I confess, as soon as I read his letter, I thought it a very foolish, imprudent
business, and not likely to promote the good of either; for what were you to live upon, supposing you came together?
Monsieur, Melun is a city, an excellent city, which pays well, and which it would be imprudent
He said the peasants were obdurate and that at the present moment it would be imprudent
to "overresist" them without an armed force, and would it not be better first to send for the military?
My maid was imprudent
in admitting you so easily to my room.
Those locks can all be opened from the inside - you are very imprudent
So the lawyer thinks, as I do, that you will be highly imprudent
if you go back to Mr.
Further still, even regarding the velocity to be acquired, and granting it to be sufficient, the shell could not resist the pressure of the gas developed by the ignition of 1,600,000 pounds of powder; and supposing it to resist that pressure, it would be less able to support that temperature; it would melt on quitting the Columbiad, and fall back in a red-hot shower upon the heads of the imprudent
Help was brought, tackle was let down, and they hoisted up, not without some trouble, the imprudent
secretary of the Gun Club.
You will easily conceive, my dear Graveairs (I ask your pardon, I really forgot myself), that, when a woman makes an imprudent
match in the sense of the world, that is, when she is not an arrant prostitute to pecuniary interest, she must necessarily have some inclination and affection for her man.
would never have committed herself as that imprudent
Amelia had done; pledged her love irretrievably; confessed her heart away, and got back nothing--only a brittle promise which was snapt and worthless in a moment.
Even Mr Dennis, who was not at all particular on the score of gravity or dignity, and who had a great relish for his young friend's eccentric humours, took occasion to remonstrate with him on this imprudent
behaviour, which he held to be a species of suicide, tantamount to a man's working himself off without being overtaken by the law, than which he could imagine nothing more ridiculous or impertinent.
The insolvent gentleman, who had contracted a speculative but imprudent
passion for horsing long stages, which had led to his present embarrassments, looked extremely well, and was soothing the excitement of his feelings with shrimps and porter.