Alleyne Edricson bent his head while the Abbot poured out his heartfelt
supplication that Heaven would watch over this young soul, now going forth into the darkness and danger of the world.
I speak with heartfelt
sincerity," he says, "and I think unblinded judgment, when I tell you that I feel a little man by his side.
It is with heartfelt
regret that we take up our pen to announce that this will be the last number of Our Magazine.
We had not long to wait, and when I saw the head and shoulders of a man appear above the crest of the knoll, I sprang to my feet, with a heartfelt
cry of joy, for it was Delcarte.
It is my heartfelt
wish to own that I have sinned against you, and to make all the atonement that I can.
Hearing this adjuration, Mr Squeers, who had been lingering in the passage until such time as it should be expedient for him to enter and he could appear with effect, was fain to present himself in a somewhat undignified and sneaking way; at which John Browdie laughed with such keen and heartfelt
delight, that even Kate, in all the pain, anxiety, and surprise of the scene, and though the tears were in her eyes, felt a disposition to join him.
Letters full of heartfelt
tenderness reached me; but at two-and-twenty a young man imagines that all women are alike tender; he does not know love from a passing infatuation; all things are confused in the sensations of pleasure which seem at first to comprise everything.
She, however, attentively watched my looks, and her artist's pride was gratified, no doubt, to read my heartfelt
admiration in my eyes.
Sir Joseph lifted his eyes, with heartfelt
devotion, to the ceiling.
Dunster continued, "has won my heartfelt
And Levin saw that Yegor too was in an excited state and intending to express all his most heartfelt
Waldman expressed the most heartfelt
exultation in my progress.
Ellen advanced to the side of the beast, and seizing Inez by the hand, she said, with heartfelt
warmth, after struggling to suppress an emotion that nearly choked her--
Feigning to be wholly unconscious of the abrupt wave of the hand which rendered this farewell tantamount to a dismissal, Mr Chester retorted with a bland and heartfelt
benediction, and inquired of Gabriel in what direction HE was going.
Snodgrass, having concluded his ablutions, took a survey of the room, while standing with his back to the fire, sipping his cherry brandy with heartfelt