In the Sketches from Memory Hawthorne gives an intimation
of the tale which he might write and did afterward write of The Great Carbuncle.
The travellers, therefore, kept a vigilant eye upon everything that might give intimation
of lurking danger.
In short, his whole attire was that of a common driver of a hack carriage; and no one who had not previously received an intimation
that his character was different from his appearance, would at all have suspected the deception.
Madame Pelet will mention the subject of your giving lessons in my daughter's establishment to her son, and he will speak to you; and then to-morrow, you will step over to our house, and ask to see my daughter, and you will introduce the subject as if the first intimation
of it had reached you from M.
Finally, when Adam folded up the letter and put it, in its envelope, back in his pocket, as an intimation
that he had now quite finished, the old diplomatist carefully made a few notes in his pocket-book.
It is possible that the preceding conversation is an obscure allegorical allusion to the Fronde, or perhaps an intimation
that the Duc was the father of Mordaunt, from Twenty Years After, but a definite interpretation still eludes modern scholars.
My company voice is so low and unimpressive that my first remark is merely an intimation
that I am about to speak (like the whir of the clock before it strikes): must it be revealed that I had another voice, that there was one door I never opened without leaving my reserve on the mat?
So the chill hours wear on, and the long suspense is horribly trying to the paleface who has to live through it for the first time; but to the trained hand those ghastly calls and still ghastlier silences are but an intimation
of how the night is marching.
he knocks them down with his foot and stands over them, looking very noble and stern), so I knew its meaning at once; it was David's first public intimation
that he knew I belonged to him.
And he asked after you again,' said Matilda, in spite of her sister's silent but imperative intimation
that she should hold her tongue.
Very well," I said, "you may come with us, Hooja; but at the first intimation
of treachery I shall run my sword through you.
It sent him into the trees again--into the lower terrace where he could watch the ground below and catch with ears and nose the first intimation
of actual contact with his quarry.
The first intimation
that either had of the presence of strangers in camp was the sudden appearance of a half-dozen ragged villains about them.
Jerry's first intimation
of Borckman's arrival was a cruel and painful clutch on his flank and groin that made him cry out in pain and whirl around.
During all that time not the slightest intimation
reached me of Alicia's whereabouts.