I like good strong words that mean something," replied Jo, catching her hat as it took a leap off her head preparatory to flying away altogether.
Call yourself any names you like, but I am neither a rascal nor a wretch and I don't choose to be called so.
Well, I'd got to like 'em--an' I liked her--an' she liked 'em," Ben Weatherstaff admitted reluctantly.
When he saw Mary he held up his hand and spoke to her in a voice almost as low as and rather like his piping.
D'Artagnan at first took these weapons for foils, and believed them to be buttoned; but he soon perceived by certain scratches that every weapon was pointed and sharpened, and that at each of these scratches not only the spectators, but even the actors themselves, laughed like
so many madmen.
Let me infarm you, Mounseer Maiter-di-dauns," said I, as purlite as iver ye seed, "that it's not the gintaal thing at all at all, and not for the likes
o' you inny how, to be afther the oggling and a goggling at her leddyship in that fashion," and jist wid that such another squaze as it was I giv'd her flipper, all as much as to say, "isn't it Sir Pathrick now, my jewel, that'll be able to the proticting o' you, my darlint?
Hutchinson will like
me, Arthur," she said, looking up.
I wonder a man like
you, Cadwallader--a man with daughters, can look at the affair with indifference: and with such a heart as yours
She used to beg him not to plague her; but he said he did it for her good; she was too shy, and needed toughening like
the other girls.
The poor old Worm turns as if she was treading on him instead of cuddling him like
a pussy cat.
In the night she awakened, with the stillness and the darkness about her, and the recollection of the day came over her like
a wave of sorrow.
But Mary liked children, and fond mammas like
those who can duly appreciate their treasures.
him, Mamma, because he knows such lots of things; and he ain't like
old Veal, who is always bragging and using such long words, don't you know?
Vronsky liked him both for his exceptional physical strength, which he showed for the most part by being able to drink like
a fish, and do without sleep without being in the slightest degree affected by it; and for his great strength of character, which he showed in his relations with his comrades and superior officers, commanding both fear and respect, and also at cards, when he would play for tens of thousands and however much he might have drunk, always with such skill and decision that he was reckoned the best player in the English Club.
But one part of liberty is to govern and be governed alternately; for, according to democratical justice, equality is measured by numbers, and not by worth: and this being just, it is necessary that the supreme power should be vested in the people at large; and that what the majority determine should be final: so that in a democracy the poor ought to have more power than the rich, as being the greater number; for this is one mark of liberty which all framers of a democracy lay down as a criterion of that state; another is, to live as every one likes
; for this, they say, is a right which liberty gives, since he is a slave who must live as he likes