My present design, then, is not to teach the method which each ought to follow for the right conduct of his reason, but solely
to describe the way in which I have endeavored to conduct my own.
The world of the German literate consisted solely
in bringing the new French ideas into harmony with their ancient philosophical conscience, or rather, in annexing the French ideas without deserting their own philosophic point of view.
The work of rearing young, green Martians consists solely
in teaching them to talk, and to use the weapons of warfare with which they are loaded down from the very first year of their lives.
I was in the service that I might have something to eat (and solely
for that reason), and when last year a distant relation left me six thousand roubles in his will I immediately retired from the service and settled down in my corner.
Those who solely
by good fortune become princes from being private citizens have little trouble in rising, but much in keeping atop; they have not any difficulties on the way up, because they fly, but they have many when they reach the summit.
Also, Anna declared that it was solely
through my own fault that my fortunes declined after she had bettered them; that she is in no way responsible for what then happened; and that I have but myself to blame for having been either unable or unwilling to defend my honour.
It had given him a disgust to his business, and to his residence in a small market town; and, in quitting them both, he had removed with his family to a house about a mile from Meryton, denominated from that period Lucas Lodge, where he could think with pleasure of his own importance, and, unshackled by business, occupy himself solely
in being civil to all the world.
But henceforth the governor was to hold his station solely
by the king's appointment and during his pleasure; and the same was the case with the lieutenant-governor and some other high officers.
The expedition for the occupation of the Marquesas had sailed from Brest in the spring of 1842, and the secret of its destination was solely
in the possession of its commander.
If he wins, he will be at liberty, perhaps, to give vent to a laugh, or to pass a remark on the circumstance to a bystander, or to stake again, or to double his stake; but, even this he must do solely
out of curiosity, and for the pleasure of watching the play of chances and of calculations, and not because of any vulgar desire to win.
Having this thought in mind, the story of "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" was written solely
to please children of today.
I am ready to spare him, however, even now; but solely
out of respect for yourself, Varvara Ardalionovna.
He saw in him a remarkable, clear-thinking man of vast intellect who by his energy and persistence had attained power, which he was using solely
for the welfare of Russia.
That is a rare and blessed lot which some greatest men have not attained, to know ourselves guiltless before a condemning crowd-- to be sure that what we are denounced for is solely
the good in us.
I had never yet read an historical romance that I can make sure of, and probably my attempt must have been based almost solely
upon the facts of Irving's history.