Bingley was by no means deficient
, but Darcy was clever.
Mrs Smith had been carried away from her first direction, and Anne had forgotten, in the interest of her own family concerns, how much had been originally implied against him; but her attention was now called to the explanation of those first hints, and she listened to a recital which, if it did not perfectly justify the unqualified bitterness of Mrs Smith, proved him to have been very unfeeling in his conduct towards her; very deficient
both in justice and compassion.
I fear I am not truly brave myself, for though when under fire, so far as I can recollect, I behaved as others, morally I seem to be deficient
Doctor Allday's observation of humanity had hitherto reckoned want of caution among the deficient
moral qualities in the natures of women.
Soon afterwards, observing that he was an animal altogether deficient
in spirit, he assumed such boldness as to put a bridle in his mouth, and to let a child drive him.
Yes,--he's mentally deficient
, or something of the sort, isn't he?
In the Ateuchus or sacred beetle of the Egyptians, they are totally deficient.
Wollaston has discovered the remarkable fact that 200 beetles, out of the 550 species inhabiting Madeira, are so far deficient in wings that they cannot fly; and that of the twenty-nine endemic genera, no less than twenty-three genera have all their species in this condition
For of anything that can be called spiritual religion Herrick was absolutely incapable; his nature was far too deficient
But is the art of medicine or any other art faulty or deficient
in any quality in the same way that the eye may be deficient
in sight or the ear fail of hearing, and therefore requires another art to provide for the interests of seeing and hearing-- has art in itself, I say, any similar liability to fault or defect, and does every art require another supplementary art to provide for its interests, and that another and another without end?
Pardon me - and do you remember assuring me that there was no occasion for uneasiness on your account; for you should never be tempted to marry a man who was deficient in sense or principle, however handsome or charming in other respects he might be, for you could not love him; you should hate - despise - pity - anything but love him - were not those your words?
Well, now you have made him out to be deficient in both sense and principle, by your own confession - '
Now, upon the most diligent enquiry into the former lives of these two brothers, I find, besides the cursed and hellish maxim of policy above mentioned, another reason for the captain's conduct: the captain, besides what we have before said of him, was a man of great pride and fierceness, and had always treated his brother, who was of a different complexion, and greatly deficient
in both these qualities, with the utmost air of superiority.
They were not "her sort," they were often suspicious and stupid, and deficient
where she excelled; but collision with them stimulated her, and she felt an interest that verged into liking, even for Charles.
Mother frogs were given diets containing adequate or deficient
amounts of DHA, and their embryos were examined every 10 weeks for up to 60 weeks.