I am dexterously led into hinting
that my views on this difficult and debatable question are in some degree influenced by experiences of my own.
Whispers had been spread abroad hinting
at something which had gone wrong with Delamayn in his training.
I'd just got a letter from her, begging as usual for me to come home and hinting
as usual about the dangers of an unmarried man like me running around loose in a country full of senoritas and fandangos.
It would have been difficult for any party, family, or otherwise, to have visited the theatre on a night when the phenomenon did NOT play, inasmuch as she always sustained one, and not uncommonly two or three, characters, every night; but Nicholas, sympathising with the feelings of a father, refrained from hinting
at this trifling circumstance, and Mr Crummles continued to talk, uninterrupted by him.
But a woman's part is passive, say what you like, and shuffle the facts of the world as you may, hinting
at lack of energy, of wisdom, of courage.
And the protector of the people is like him; having a mob entirely at his disposal, he is not restrained from shedding the blood of kinsmen; by the favourite method of false accusation he brings them into court and murders them, making the life of man to disappear, and with unholy tongue and lips tasting the blood of his fellow citizen; some he kills and others he banishes, at the same time hinting
at the abolition of debts and partition of lands: and after this, what will be his destiny?
I returned with the articles in time to hear the Cockney hinting
broadly that there was a mystery about him, that he might be a gentleman's son gone wrong or something or other; also, that he was a remittance man and was paid to keep away from England--"p'yed
Heavy is the cap of Monomach," Stepan Arkadyevitch said playfully, hinting
, evidently, not simply at the princess's conversation, but at the cause of Levin's agitation, which he had noticed.
It was a consequence of his playing the accompaniment without notes, and of her being a heedless little creature, very apt to go wrong, that he followed her lips most attentively, with his eyes as well as hands; carefully and softly hinting
the key-note from time to time.
A BOY, A GREAT BIG MAN-BOY, was her thought; and, as they smiled at each other and their hands slipped apart, she was startled by a glimpse of his hair--short and crisp and sandy, hinting
almost of palest gold save that it was too flaxen to hint of gold at all.