preference for men as their source of nourishment is partly explained by the nature of the remains of the victims they had brought with them as provisions from Mars.
Caddy was not at all deficient in natural affection for her mother, but mentioned this with tears as an undeniable
fact, which I am afraid it was.
It even struck me that Raffles was for once inclined to exaggerate the undeniable
risk that we ran by remaining in the same room with an officer whom both he and I knew only too well by name and repute.
These three documents, their dates, and the facts mentioned in them, prove in the most undeniable
manner, that eighteen months before your birth, Nicolai Andreevitch went abroad, where he remained for three consecutive years.
It is quite possible that in many cases this spirited display of bunting by a city already surrendered was the outcome of the innocent informality of the American mind, but it is also undeniable
thatin many it was a deliberate indication that the people "felt wicked.
In this address I said that the whole future of the Negro rested largely upon the question as to whether or not he should make himself, through his skill, intelligence, and character, of such undeniable
value to the community in which he lived that the community could not dispense with his presence.
A moment of pessimism, a sudden conviction of the undeniable
prose of life, a lapse of the illusion which sustains youth midway between heaven and earth, a desperate attempt to reconcile herself with facts--she could only recall a moment, as of waking from a dream, which now seemed to her a moment of surrender.
To his taste, guided by a single conversation, here was the point on which Miss Brooke would be found wanting, notwithstanding her undeniable
But something held him back: not so much  a reluctancy of temperament, or of physical constitution (common enough cause why men of undeniable
gifts fail of commensurate production) but a cause purely intellectual--the presence in him, namely, of a certain vein of opinion; that other, constituent but contending, person, in his complex nature.
I went on with my sewing as long as I could see, and then bade Nancy good-evening; checking her too lively gratitude by the undeniable
assurance that I had only done for her what she would have done for me, if she had been in my place and I in hers.
That the man was unusually good looking was undeniable
, but she had known many good looking men, nor was she especially impressionable to mere superficial beauty.
and Charlie fell a-musing over this undeniable
A man more courageous than ethical, and of undeniable
Marilla felt helplessly that all this should be sternly reproved, but she was hampered by the undeniable
fact that some of the things Anne had said, especially about the minister's sermons and Mr.
It is of course undeniable
that knowledge comes THROUGH the seeing, but I think it is a mistake to regard the mere seeing itself as knowledge.