whether you will summon Clifford, and allow this business to be amicably settled by an interview between two kinsmen, or drive me to harsher measures, which I should be most happy to feel myself justified in avoiding.
I'd rather be a little drop In the great rushing fall; I'd never choose
the quiet lake; 'T would not please me at all.
My father, launched into a free competition (free in the sense that the fight is free: that is, lawless)--my father had to choose
between being a slave himself and enslaving others.
If Basil chooses
to hide himself, it is no business of mine.
Distant from Rondelo a hundred and thirty leagues is the Isle of Suaquem, where the Bassa of that country chooses
his residence, for the convenience of receiving the tribute with greater exactness, there being a large trade carried on here with the Abyssins.
Blush for what you have said, and take my advice, and forgive me, and marry at once in the first village where there is a curate; if not, here is our licentiate who will do the business beautifully; remember, I am old enough to give advice, and this I am giving comes pat to the purpose; for a sparrow in the hand is better than a vulture on the wing, and he who has the good to his hand and chooses
the bad, that the good he complains of may not come to him.
Juliette left us together, going away unconcernedly, like a wife who knew that she can learn her husband's secrets as soon as she chooses
to know them.
If he chooses
to lie hidden, he may baffle us for years.
If Captain Nemo does sometimes go on dry ground," said I, "he at least chooses
Character is that which reveals moral purpose, showing what kind of things a man chooses
Some, you see, maintain that this really is the most precious thing for mankind; choice can, of course, if it chooses
, be in agreement with reason; and especially if this be not abused but kept within bounds.
Come along, Danglars, and let the young gentleman return to the Catalans if he chooses
The entire monarchy of the Turk is governed by one lord, the others are his servants; and, dividing his kingdom into sanjaks, he sends there different administrators, and shifts and changes them as he chooses
Bingley will be very glad to see you; and I will send a few lines by you to assure him of my hearty consent to his marrying whichever he chooses
of the girls; though I must throw in a good word for my little Lizzy.
If I had wished to widen the breach between those whom Monsieur d'Herblay chooses
to receive with a rope ladder and those whom he receives with a wooden ladder, I could have spoken out.