Yes, they are splendid, splendid youngsters," chimed in the count, who always
solved questions that seemed to him perplexing by deciding that everything was splendid.
There was the depot, of course; I often went down to see the night train come in, and afterward sat awhile with the disconsolate telegrapher who was always
hoping to be transferred to Omaha or Denver, `where there was some life.
Levin and he were very friendly, and so Levin used to venture to sound Sviazhsky, to try to get at the very foundation of his view of life; but it was always
The friend of the anchorite is always
the third one: the third one is the cork which preventeth the conversation of the two sinking into the depth.
I shall always
study my grammar lesson," I wrote--I, who loathed grammar with a deadly loathing.
Although Jerry was determinedly set against hard driving, to please careless people, he always
went a good fair pace, and was not against putting on the steam, as he said, if only he knew why.
He was always
dealing with the problem of evil, too, and I found a more potent charm in his more artistic handling of it than I found in George Eliot.
Ferrars DID come to see them, and always
treated them with the make-believe of decent affection, they were never insulted by her real favour and preference.
And as for James, you may be very sure he will always
like going to Randalls, because of his daughter's being housemaid there.
Earnshaw did not understand jokes from his children: he had always
been strict and grave with them; and Catherine, on her part, had no idea why her father should be crosser and less patient in his ailing condition than he was in his prime.
The Fire-son built himself a hut where he always
kept up a huge fire, while his sister with very few clothes on stayed outside night and day.
But when for their own ambitious ends they shun binding themselves, it is a token that they are giving more thought to themselves than to you, and a prince out to guard against such, and to fear them as if they were open enemies, because in adversity they always
help to ruin him.
He, who had always
inspired in herself a respect which almost overcame her affection, she now saw the object of open pleasantry.
It has always
been in my observation of human nature, that a man who has any good reason to believe in himself never flourishes himself before the faces of other people in order that they may believe in him.
investing, then reinvesting the interest, and spending comparatively little of his income, his fortune had now reached the point where it was growing rapidly of its own momentum and, as there was nothing to which he looked forward, nothing he particularly wanted to do, he set himself the task of making it cross the half million mark, much as a man plays solitaire, to occupy his mind, betting against himself, to give point to his efforts.