Besides, the aorist [Greek] in its present surrounding is perplexing
Yet, in spite of these perplexing
difficulties, the eyes of the whole people were fixed on General Washington, expecting him to undertake some great enterprise against the hostile army.
A grave, preoccupied man- ner, as though he were in possession of some perplexing
intelligence, did not leave him henceforth.
I have thought her crafty, dissembling, interested sometimes, it is true; but may not much that looks like cunning and dissimulation in her conduct be only the efforts made by a bland temper to traverse quietly perplexing
Mehevi sought to enlighten my ignorance, but he failed as signally as when he had endeavoured to initiate me into the perplexing
arcana of the taboo.
A murder so mysterious, and so perplexing
in all its particulars, was never before committed in Paris - if indeed a murder has been committed at all.
Perfectly, that there is something mysterious and perplexing
in this business.
There appears to be a tendency to extinction among all the savage nations; and this tendency would seem to have been in operation among the aboriginals of this country long before the advent of the white men, if we may judge from the traces and traditions of ancient populousness in regions which were silent and deserted at the time of the discovery; and from the mysterious and perplexing
vestiges of unknown races, predecessors of those found in actual possession, and who must long since have become gradually extinguished or been destroyed.
And yet poor Babcock liked him, and remembered that even if he was sometimes perplexing
and painful, this was not a reason for giving him up.
But its efforts, it must be acknowledged, served an excellent purpose; for, with each successive whiff, the figure lost more and more of its dizzy and perplexing
tenuity and seemed to take denser substance.
Goodfellow) would make every exertion in his power, would employ all the little eloquence in his possession to -- to -- to -- soften down, as much as he could conscientiously do so, the worst features of this really exceedingly perplexing
piece of business.
Holmes was silent and buried in thought with a pained expression upon his face, as one who finds himself in a perplexing
Not on his own account (I was again aware of that perplexing
and extraordinary contradiction), but on ours, as if personal considerations were impossible with him and the contemplation of our happiness alone affected him.
That she should seem to wish to get rid of him would help him to think more lightly of her, and to be able to think more lightly of her would make her much less perplexing
But, notwithstanding this rather perplexing
prospect, after some hours of meditation, fatigue got the better of his gloomy thoughts, and Joe fell into a profound slumber, which would have lasted no doubt until sunrise, had not a very unexpected sensation of dampness awakened the sleeper.