It was considered as being bad enough
to be a slave; but to be a poor man's slave was deemed a disgrace indeed!
The explanation has been written already in the three words that were many enough, and plain enough, for my confession.
Let it be enough to say that the time when she first surprised my secret was, I firmly believe, the time when she first surprised her own, and the time, also, when she changed towards me in the interval of one night.
Well, I felt sheepish enough
to be took in so, but I wouldn't a been in that ringmaster's place, not for a thousand dollars.
A person who is near enough
to me to be my relation and far enough
off from me to be my sweetheart, is a double-faced sort of person that I don't like.
of myself!" she exclaimed, rising and changing her tone.
She was my nurse when I was a youngster, Cole, and we never meet without a yarn." Which seemed natural enough
; still I failed to perceive why they need yarn in whispers.
"Let us go and look," I put in, and hopelessly enough
we scrambled up the sandy sides of the hillock, Umbopa leading.
That was enough
, and more than enough
, for both of us.
It has been said that the provision which limits the appropriation of money for the support of an army to the period of two years would be unavailing, because the Executive, when once possessed of a force large enough
to awe the people into submission, would find resources in that very force sufficient to enable him to dispense with supplies from the acts of the legislature.
Were not these madmen common enough
in such a prison?
They were just enough
not to blame Norah for this; they were just enough
to acknowledge that her conduct had been as irreproachable as I had guaranteed it should be when I got her the situation.
The communication excited many professions of concern; and enough
was said of wishing them to stay at least till the following day to work on Jane; and till the morrow their going was deferred.
But strangely enough
I did not falter in my allegiance to him, or realize that here in this free form was a deliverance, if I liked, from the fetters and manacles which I had been at so much pains to fit myself with.
Thou art not rich enough
to present it to me." Then fell the adder again on his neck, and licked his wound.