Miss Bertram approved the decision, for the less he had to learn the better; and though she could not sympathise
in his wish that the Count and Agatha might be to act together, nor wait very patiently while he was slowly turning over the leaves with the hope of still discovering such a scene, she very kindly took his part in hand, and curtailed every speech that admitted being shortened; besides pointing out the necessity of his being very much dressed, and chusing his colours.
Cheyne could not sympathise
with the creed, but she ended by respecting the brown, voluble little man.
with the artistic temperament; I remember you used sometimes to hint to me that you thought my own temperament too artistic.
It was the only word that passed between them on the subject; but in the code in which they had both been trained it meant: "Of course you understand that I know all that people have been saying about Ellen, and heartily sympathise
with my family in their effort to get her to return to her husband.
Besides, all those who hear any imitations sympathise
therewith; and this when they are conveyed even without rhythm or verse.
It was tea-time, and he knew that a lot of men would be having tea in the basement of the Medical School: those who had passed the examination would be exultant, those who disliked him would look at him with satisfaction, and the poor devils who had failed would sympathise
with him in order to receive sympathy.
I confess I sympathise
," said Ridley with a melancholy sigh.
There is none that is not a Parent themselves that can fully sympathise
with one in such a state.
She would even sympathise
with me for the trouble I had with the children, and express at times, by half sentences, interspersed with nods and knowing winks, her sense of the injudicious conduct of their mamma in so restricting my power, and neglecting to support me with her authority.
Major Thomson," he said at last, "I have never heard of your before, and I am not prepared for a moment to say that I sympathise
with your point of view.
if John Barleycorn could get such sway over me, a non-alcoholic, what must be the sufferings of the true alcoholic, battling against the organic demands of his chemistry while those closest to him sympathise
little, understand less, and despise and deride him!
His letter are worth piles of epics, and are sure to last among us, as long as kind hearts like to sympathise
with goodness and purity and love and upright life.
They were fast friends from the very first, and though it is said to be natural to take to one's own countrymen, I am unable altogether to sympathise
with such a reason for sudden affection.
It will not sympathise
with my distresses, but then it will not laugh at them, and, if I keep it close, it cannot tell again; so it is, perhaps, the best friend I could have for the purpose.
Let them sympathise
with me and sigh with me on account of my chilblains: "At the ice of knowledge will he yet FREEZE TO DEATH