I did not shut out of my consideration the time when I should leave her free, and still young and still beautiful, but with her judgement more matured
- no, gentlemen - upon my truth
Ilbrahim, seated by the side of his adopted mother, and retaining fast hold of her hand, assumed a grave and decorous demeanor, such as might befit a person of matured
taste and understanding, who should find him self in a temple dedicated to some worship which he did not recognize, but felt himself bound to respect.
Perhaps a germ of love was springing in their hearts, so pure that it might blossom in Paradise, since it could not be matured
on earth; for women worship such gentle dignity as his; and the proud, contemplative, yet kindly soul is oftenest captivated by simplicity like hers.
For love is the enemy of haste; it takes count of passing days, of men who pass away, of a fine art matured
slowly in the course of years and doomed in a short time to pass away too, and be no more.
What if I saw into the heart of Bertha, the matured
woman--Bertha, my wife?
Except for a little habit of responsibility which I had acquired they had not matured
But plans even the most skilfully matured
are often thwarted in the outset of their application - and the restaurateur found himself nonplussed by the very first words of his visiter's speech.
He wished to place a stretch of sea between Mimi and the White Worm, while things matured
Having a faculty, matured
on the tops of baggage-waggons and in other such positions, of resting easily anywhere, she perches on a rough bench, unties her bonnet-strings, pushes back her bonnet, crosses her arms, and looks perfectly comfortable.
On a morning, therefore, when I awoke to find him flown again, I proceeded to execute a plan which I had already matured
in my mind.