I think sometimes, Why, this people mean well, they are only ignorant; they would do better if they knew how: why give your neighbors this pain to treat you as they are not inclined
I cannot rate her beauty as you do," said he; "but she is a pretty little creature, and I am inclined
to think very well of her disposition.
The long interval that had elapsed since the birth of her last child; the serious illness which had afflicted her after the death of that child in infancy; the time of life at which she had now arrived -- all inclined
her to dismiss the idea as soon as it arose in her mind.
Following some such principle, I am inclined
to regard the singular Castle of Coningsburgh I mean the Saxon part of it as a step in advance from the rude architecture, if it deserves the name, which must have been common to the Saxons as to other Northmen.
And in practice there is little reason to apprehend any inconvenience; because, in a short course of time, the wants of the States will naturally reduce themselves within A VERY NARROW COMPASS; and in the interim, the United States will, in all probability, find it convenient to abstain wholly from those objects to which the particular States would be inclined
He was of a fat habit, even from boyhood, and inclined
to a cheerful and cursory reading of the face of life; and possibly this attitude of mind was the original cause of his misfortunes.
From certain vague memories I am inclined
to think my own mind wandered at times.
Sometimes pondering over this, I am in some degree inclined
to their opinion.
True, you say that she is inclined
to grumble, but do not mind that, Barbara.
A short period before the arrival of the first Pilgrims at Plymouth there had been a very grievous plague among the red men; and the sages and ministers of that day were inclined
to the opinion that Providence had sent this mortality in order to make room for the settlement of the English.
Adam, I confess, was very susceptible to the influence of rank, and quite ready to give an extra amount of respect to every one who had more advantages than himself, not being a philosopher or a proletaire with democratic ideas, but simply a stout-limbed clever carpenter wlth a large fund of reverence in his nature, which inclined
him to admit all established claims unless he saw very clear grounds for questioning them.
The term 'Savage' is, I conceive, often misapplied, and indeed, when I consider the vices, cruelties, and enormities of every kind that spring up in the tainted atmosphere of a feverish civilization, I am inclined
to think that so far as the relative wickedness of the parties is concerned, four or five Marquesan Islanders sent to the United States as Missionaries might be quite as useful as an equal number of Americans despatched to the Islands in a similar capacity.
guide-light changes from 1st proximo to triple flash--green white green--in place of occulting red as heretofore.
His opinion of her, I am sure, was as low as of any woman in England; and when he first came it was evident that he considered her as one entitled neither to delicacy nor respect, and that he felt she would be delighted with the attentions of any man inclined
to flirt with her.
Therefore theism did never perturb states; for it makes men wary of themselves, as looking no further: and we see the times inclined
to atheism (as the time of Augustus Caesar) were civil times.