I do not mean to say that a woman may not be settled
too near her family.
that is, he has had my promise to consent to it, so soon as he could secure a permanent and settled
line in life.
My dear Esther, I am a very unfortunate dog not to be more settled
, but how CAN I be more settled
Thus passed a long ten minutes, till they were again joined by Thorpe, who, coming to them with a gayer look, said, "Well, I have settled
the matter, and now we may all go tomorrow with a safe conscience.
When the band had exhausted its repertory it took wing and settled
upon the rocks above and behind the queen.
Instead of which, and despite the calling in of the mail steamer bound for Sydney, Tudor had settled
himself down comfortably, resumed swimming, went dynamiting fish with Joan, spent hours with her hunting pigeons, trapping crocodiles, and at target practice with rifle and revolver.
The two first designs will be ready by the end of the week, to be paid for on delivery, according to the terms settled
between us for my previous publications of the same size.
He flew around with a great whir of his wings and settled
upon a large ram, with the intention of carrying him off, but his claws became entangled in the ram's fleece and he was not able to release himself, although he fluttered with his feathers as much as he could.
Hesiod (says there were so called) because they settled
in three groups: `And they all were called the Three-fold people, because they divided in three the land far from their country.
Lady Lundie had announced it as a settled
resolution, on her part, to trace Anne to the place in which she had taken refuge, and discover (purely in the interests of virtue) whether she actually was married or not.
The financial question was settled
with greater ease than Anne had feared.
she prattled on, as she settled
comfortably down, with one elbow in the rug, and her chin in her hand, to watch the kittens.
As to those of lower account, Mrs Waters returned into the country, had a pension of L60 a-year settled
upon her by Mr Allworthy, and is married to Parson Supple, on whom, at the instance of Sophia, Western hath bestowed a considerable living.
When he had gone into the little drawing room, where he always had tea, and had settled
himself in his armchair with a book , and Agafea Mihalovna had brought him tea, and with her usual, "Well, I'll stay a while, sir," had taken a chair in the window, he felt that, however strange it might be, he had not parted from his daydreams, and that he could not live without them.
It's only the ones I haven't used," she urged; "and I can always make more when we get settled