I do not understand why you should be so anxious for me to marry someone else?
If you do not marry betimes from choice, you will be driven to do so later on by the importunity of your suitors and of your family, and by weariness of the suspense that precedes a definite settlement of oneself.
His consenting to marry
her is a proof, I will believe, that he is come to a right way of thinking.
By George, if I marry
her I'll make her pay for all the suffering I've endured," he said to himself.
When you asked me to marry
you, I don't think you meant it.
I shall never marry
again," said Dorothea, touching her sister's chin, and looking at her with indulgent affection.
Certainly not," said Anne, who had no desire whatever to publish abroad the fact that Billy Andrews wanted to marry
her, preferring her, when all was said and done, to Nettie Blewett.
And at the same time the more I've known you the less would I care to marry
You didn't much imagine then that you would ever marry
When I tell you not to marry
without love, I do not advise you to marry
for love alone: there are many, many other things to be considered.
I may marry
her without anything serious coming of it.
But to abandon Sophia, and marry
another, that was impossible; he could not think of it upon any account, Yet why should he not, since it was plain she could not be his?
That an old gentleman of station should fall on his knees to a penniless governess, and burst out laughing because she refused to marry
him-- that a penniless governess should refuse a Baronet with four thousand a year--these were mysteries which Miss Crawley could never comprehend.
But how girls were to be married, and how parents were to marry
them, no one knew.
You should legally and effectually marry
them; and as, sir, my way of marrying may not be easy to reconcile them to, though it will be effectual, even by your own laws, so your way may be as well before God, and as valid among men.