No scare-crow would accept this coat: Such boots as these you seldom
Madame Pelet had her own society, her own circle of chosen visitors, whom, however, I seldom
saw, as she generally entertained them in what she called her "cabinet," a small den of a place adjoining the kitchen, and descending into it by one or two steps.
It seldom happens in the negotiation of treaties, of whatever nature, but that perfect SECRECY and immediate DESPATCH are sometimes requisite.
They who have turned their attention to the affairs of men, must have perceived that there are tides in them; tides very irregular in their duration, strength, and direction, and seldom found to run twice exactly in the same manner or measure.
bring themselves, I reckon; though this has the look of an old country, to my eye it seems not to be overly peopled.
I could not comprehend, therefore, why they so seldom
sought it in their waters, for it was only at stated times that the fishing parties were formed, and these occasions were always looked forward to with no small degree of interest.
d'Epinay and his family; besides, he had no relations nearer than an uncle and aunt, his mother having died at his birth, and his father having been assassinated in 1815, that is to say, when he was but two years old; it naturally followed that the child was permitted to choose his own pursuits, and he has, therefore, seldom
acknowledged any other authority but that of his own will.
fails to produce an accompaniment," said the gentleman, now smiling in reality; "but"--
She was a field hand, and a whipping is the penalty of not being in the field at sunrise, unless a slave has special permission from his or her master to the con- trary--a permission which they seldom
get, and one that gives to him that gives it the proud name of being a kind master.
The elder and younger son of the house of Crawley were, like the gentleman and lady in the weather-box, never at home together--they hated each other cordially: indeed, Rawdon Crawley, the dragoon, had a great contempt for the establishment altogether, and seldom
came thither except when his aunt paid her annual visit.
As the thoughts of those who are in misery seldom
slumber, and the invention is never more lively than when it is stimulated by hope, however feeble and remote, he had even imagined that the parental feelings of Munro were to be made instrumental in seducing him from his duty to the king.
The trumpet-call of strife is seldom
borne on their wings to the watchful ears of men on the decks of ships.
Yet notwithstanding, as those that first bring honor into their family, are commonly more worthy than most that succeed, so the first precedent (if it be good) is seldom
attained by imitation.
Indeed, I shall seldom
or never so indulge him, unless in such instances as this, where nothing but the inspiration with which we writers are gifted, can possibly enable any one to make the discovery.
She slept on a couch in the room, waking often to renew the fire, to feed, lift, or wait upon the patient creature who seldom
asked for anything, and `tried not to be a trouble'.