courageous Chief, The first in flight from pain, had'st thou alleg'd To thy deserted host this cause of flight, Thou surely hadst not come sole
When I speak of Sir Leicester being the sole consideration, he and the family credit are one.
And I would wish in conclusion to remind you, as a business precaution, in case it should be necessary to recall the fact in any communication with Sir Leicester, that throughout our interview I have expressly stated my sole consideration to be Sir Leicester's feelings and honour and the family reputation.
than those which your April greensward gives your cows to browse upon; while I, a poet, am hooted, and shiver, and owe twelve sous, and the soles
of my shoes are so transparent, that they might serve as glasses for your lantern
It was nothing less than robbery, he concluded - a cold-blooded steal; while he starved, he was pilfered of his merchandise, of his goods, the sale of which was the sole
way of getting bread to eat.
My fellow-traveller to the bar of God," replied the Sole
Survivor, looking up over his shoulder, "your understanding is in darkness.
As for the amusements of bachelor existence, which had provided Vronsky with entertainment on previous tours abroad, they could not be thought of, since the sole
attempt of the sort had led to a sudden attack of depression in Anna, quite out of proportion with the cause--a late supper with bachelor friends.
The sole remaining question then is: Shall I marry him?
As to the wedding, all I ask, Louisa, is, - and I ask it with a fluttering in my chest, which actually extends to the soles of my feet, - that it may take place soon.
The trousers were finished off with thick boots, weighted with heavy leaden soles
The wet nurse supported the coverlet with her while the priest with a goose feather anointed the boy's little red and wrinkled soles
Sir," said the voice, "you must rub these leaves upon the soles
of all your feet, and then you will be able to walk upon the water without sinking below the surface.
Hardly had Nikita driven out of the yard and turned the horse's head to the house, before Vasili Andreevich emerged from the high porch in front of the house with a cigarette in his mouth and wearing a cloth-covered sheep-skin coat tightly girdled low at his waist, and stepped onto the hard-trodden snow which squeaked under the leather soles
of his felt boots, and stopped.
Having pricked and grievously tom the soles
of his feet, he accused the Bramble because, when he had fled to her for assistance, she had used him worse than the hedge itself.
Verily, on soft soles
doth it come to me, the dearest of thieves, and stealeth from me my thoughts: stupid do I then stand, like this academic chair.