He says that inasmuch as we maintain that we alone are real
we should, to be consistent, admit that we alone are proper food for Komal.
The weather is seldom talked of with so much real sensitiveness to it as in this:
Still, through all, what we feel is that we have to do with one who criticises in this fearlessly equitable manner only because he is convinced that his subject is of a real literary importance.
He worshipped a real
and indubitable god, not fashioned in his own four-legged, hair-covered image, but in the flesh-and-blood image, two-legged, hairless, upstanding, of Steward.
Debby says he is a real kind man, and always bring heaps of nice things when he comes.
Well, I wouldn't borrow trouble, but have a real good time.
The human eye is an imperfect instrument; its range is but a few octaves of the real
He's had some real bad spells with his heart this spring and he won't spare himself a mite.
Well, Anne, you've done real well at Queen's I must say.
One little friend, who read this story before it was printed, said to me: "Billina is REAL
Well, now, I'm real
glad you asked me to stay to supper.
First and always in considering any piece of literature a student should ask himself the question already implied: Does it present a true portrayal of life--of the permanent elements in all life and in human nature, of the life or thought of its own particular period, and (in most sorts of books) of the persons, real
or imaginary, with whom it deals?
He is full of quickness and penetration, piercing easily below the clumsy platitudes of Thrasymachus to the real
difficulty; he turns out to the light the seamy side of human life, and yet does not lose faith in the just and true.
There was once a Prince who wished to marry a Princess; but then she must be a real
Next day he received from Alexey Alexandrovitch a final answer, refusing to grant Anna's divorce, and he understood that this decision was based on what the Frenchman had said in his real
or pretended trance.