Dashwood feel this ungracious behaviour, and so earnestly did she despise her daughter-in-law for it, that, on the arrival of the latter, she would have quitted
the house for ever, had not the entreaty of her eldest girl induced her first to reflect on the propriety of going, and her own tender love for all her three children determined her afterwards to stay, and for their sakes avoid a breach with their brother.
Reed sotto voce; and gathering up her work, she abruptly quitted
Twas at the very midnight hour- more or less- when Don Quixote and Sancho quitted
the wood and entered El Toboso.
But I quitted
France five years ago, and, wishing to taste the sweets of domestic life, took service as a valet here in England.
Villefort hastily quitted
the apartment, but reflecting that the sight of the deputy procureur running through the streets would be enough to throw the whole city into confusion, he resumed his ordinary pace.