To this accidental
source of the error may be added the artifice of some celebrated authors, whose writings have had a great share in forming the modern standard of political opinions.
At his request I accompanied him to her quarters, and the look of venomous hatred she cast upon me was almost adequate recompense for any future misfortunes this accidental
return to Thark might bring me.
All that saved him was the accidental
presence of Jack Clayton, who had been permitted to visit the animal in the dressing room reserved for him at the music hall, and had immediately interfered when he saw that the savage beast meant serious mischief.
She seems somehow more reconciled, or else the very subject seems to have become repugnant to her, for when any accidental
allusion is made she actually shudders.
Twenty thousand pounds, which you would lose by a single accidental
Within the art of poetry itself there are two kinds of faults, those which touch its essence, and those which are accidental
But the chief point was that all this was, as it were, not accidental
in me, but as though it were bound to be so.
Bingley had not been or age two years, when he was tempted by an accidental
recommendation to look at Netherfield House.
In this frame of mind, grateful for the accidental
meeting with Planchet, pleased with himself, D'Artagnan reached Notre Dame.
These are interpreted by the superstitious Indians into warnings that strangers are at hand; and one accidental
coincidence, like the chance fulfillment of an almanac prediction, is sufficient to cover a thousand failures.
Notwithstanding this accidental
introduction to one of the nicest distinctions of good society, and the general exhilaration that prevailed in our party, I was far from being perfectly happy.
Yet such is human inconsistency that one of the interests of the new place to her was the accidental
virtues of its lying near her forefathers' country (for they were not Blakemore men, though her mother was Blakemore to the bone).
It was the fussy, sentimental, inconsiderate interest in one thrown into purely accidental
and necessarily painful prominence - the vulgarization of an unspeakable tragedy - that my soul abhorred.
People told him he was unemotional; but he knew that he was at the mercy of his emotions: an accidental
kindness touched him so much that sometimes he did not venture to speak in order not to betray the unsteadiness of his voice.
This is the truth, and I hold by it; but at the same time it is a phenomenon which has not been repeated at any other time or place; and therefore, though I hold to it as a fact, yet I recognize that it is an accidental
phenomenon, and may likely enough pass away.