That sound commonly reminds
us that we are growing rusty and antique in our employments and habits of thoughts.
I am quite happy here with you and good Thedora, whose devotion to me reminds
me of my old nurse, long since dead.
Had Miss Bingley know what pain she was then giving her beloved friend, she undoubtedly would have refrained from the hint; but she had merely intended to discompose Elizabeth by bringing forward the idea of a man to whom she believed her partial, to make her betray a sensibility which might injure her in Darcy's opinion, and, perhaps, to remind
the latter of all the follies and absurdities by which some part of her family were connected with that corps.
my Laura (replied she hastily withdrawing her Eyes from a momentary glance at the sky) do not thus distress me by calling my Attention to an object which so cruelly reminds
me of my Augustus's blue sattin waistcoat striped in white
This preponderance of the feminine element is, however, in itself characteristic, as I need not remind
you what an abnormally--developed part this sex has played in French history.
We wanted something thoroughly and uncompromisingly foreign--foreign from top to bottom--foreign from center to circumference--foreign inside and outside and all around--nothing anywhere about it to dilute its foreignness-- nothing to remind
us of any other people or any other land under the sun.
That is, while he dominated my love and fancy, if I had been so fortunate as to have a simple concept of anything in life, I must have tried to give the expression of it some turn or tint that would remind
the reader of books even before it reminded
him of men.
I didn't upbraid him, nor remind
him that I had "told him so.
Don't these remind
you of home and our old schoolday picnics, Anne?
Let me remind
you, then, of what we were saying a little time ago," he went on.
Do you know, you remind
me of my charming Lady Clarinda.
Must I remind
you of what you owe to your high position, your spotless integrity, your famous name?
one of the confusion in the islands of the Sound, where the land is excessively indented.
I mean no more than that I partly owe to you my existence during great part of the time which I have employed in composing it: another matter which it may be necessary to remind
you of; since there are certain actions of which you are apt to be extremely forgetful; but of these I hope I shall always have a better memory than yourself.
And now hain't he owned up that you remind
him of somethin' he wants ter forget?