Look under your pillows christmas morning, and you will find
your guidebook," replied Mrs.
Huck, it'll be the bulliest thing that ever happened if we find
the body after everybody else has quit looking, and then go ahead and hunt up the murderer.
Tell the boy I'll find
his uncle for him in less than a week.
The author, by a lucky accident, finds
means to leave Blefuscu; and, after some difficulties, returns safe to his native country.
The King's daughter often dreamed that her husband was going through some great suffering: she therefore begged her father to summon all the enchanters and magicians, that they might try to find
out where the Prince was and how he could be set free.
Thou art wrong there, Sancho," said Don Quixote, "for now that we have a suspicion who the owner is, and have him almost before us, we are bound to seek him and make restitution; and if we do not see him, the strong suspicion we have as to his being the owner makes us as guilty as if he were so; and so, friend Sancho, let not our search for him give thee any uneasiness, for if we find
him it will relieve mine.
We could not find
Korak," replied the man, "and as our way led near my douar I have brought you here to wait and rest with my wife until my men can find
your ape, or he finds
Therefore a wise prince ought to adopt such a course that his citizens will always in every sort and kind of circumstance have need of the state and of him, and then he will always find
Yet as this stock was the only thing of permanent value, whoever parted with it was sure to find
himself a loser in the long run.
He travelled about a long time in search of it and came at last to a dark forest, through which he went on walking for fourteen days and still could not find
a way out.
I had been dreaming that I was bathing in a running stream, with green banks and trees upon them, and I awoke to find
myself in this arid wilderness, and to remember, as Umbopa had said, that if we did not find
water this day we must perish miserably.
He could not find
his handkerchief, because it was in the pocket of the coat he had taken off, and he did not know where he had put the coat, and all the house had to leave off looking for his tools, and start looking for his coat; while he would dance round and hinder them.
I had learned from somebody that the way to begin to read was to learn the alphabet, so I tried in all the ways I could think of to learn it,--all of course without a teacher, for I could find
no one to teach me.
Society was very charming in Columbus then, with a pretty constant round of dances and suppers, and an easy cordiality, which I dare say young people still find
in it everywhere.
If we find
them scattered, all we can do is to sweep 'em up, and then go about our business.