Will you regret to part with Miss Murray, your sole remaining pupil and companion?
Assuredly I did not regret this circumstance: if sorrow had any place in my heart, it was that he was gone at last--that he was no longer walking by my side, and that that short interval of delightful intercourse was at an end.
I am disposed to admire and respect the 52-foot linear raters on the word of a man who regrets
in such a sympathetic and understanding spirit the threatened decay of yachting seamanship.
Grant, with a temper to love and be loved, must have gone with some regret
from the scenes and people she had been used to; but the same happiness of disposition must in any place, and any society, secure her a great deal to enjoy, and she had again a home to offer Mary; and Mary had had enough of her own friends, enough of vanity, ambition, love, and disappointment in the course of the last half-year, to be in need of the true kindness of her sister's heart, and the rational tranquillity of her ways.
he could not say love before them) "and happiness, a certain regret at losing my freedom.
When he was left alone, and recalled the conversation of these bachelor friends, Levin asked himself: had he in his heart that regret for his freedom of which they had spoken?
I deeply regret to tell you," he said, "that the law has proved too powerful for me.
I regret to say," the Prince answered, "that you will find it very far from a joking matter.
Thoughtfully, for I could not be here once more, and so near Agnes, without the revival of those regrets
with which I had so long been occupied.
You have guessed wrong; I do regret," she answered.
Still meditating on the cold reception that she had encountered, and still feeling the influence which mastered her in spite of herself, Francine interpreted Emily's return as an implied expression of regret.
I'faith, Aramis, believe me, there is little left to regret
There was a dull pang of regret
because it was not the kiss of love which had inflamed her, because it was not love which had held this cup of life to her lips.
Bonacieux who was to have paid him the price of his devotedness; but let us hasten to say that this sadness possessed the young man less from the regret
of the happiness he had missed, than from the fear he entertained that some serious misfortune had befallen the poor woman.
leaving the tranquil retirement of this remote sea-side place--she dreads change.