A natural accident
, such as will happen now and then
A similar accident
happened to a French aeronaut, Madame Blanchard.
A little later in our conversation I asked him a simple little question about the liability of workingmen to accidents
, and received a statistical lecture in return.
The road, then, was quite clear of obstacles, and Phileas Fogg had but two things to fear-- an accident
to the sledge, and a change or calm in the wind.
From this Dilemma I was most fortunately releived by an accident
truly apropos; it was the lucky overturning of a Gentleman's Phaeton, on the road which ran murmuring behind us.
He does not remember, but I think that there was an accident
, and so he was not exchanged among the prisoners, but he was sent to another place - how do you say?
He had made up his mind exactly what to do, and when they got into the cab he passed his arm, as though almost by accident
, round her waist.
I feared an accident
now, for I knew no thief could steal him, yet even an accident
seemed incredible, he was always so cautious at crossings; also there could not possibly have been an accident
to Porthos without there being an accident
to something else.
being the relationship of my wife's cousin to a certain Father Superior in a very ancient monastery in Europe.
Another of his deliberate tricks was one discovered by accident
I did my best to prepare myself for every emergency that could happen; I tried to arm myself beforehand against every possible accident
that could befall me.
to a poor foolish woman, traveling from Lasswade.
A Countryman's son by accident
trod upon a Serpent's tail, which turned and bit him so that he died.
They come of no accident
of character, but inhere in the divine order and constitution of things.
I suppose all these years since his accident
will not exist for him.