I reproach myself for having even, though innocently, made her unhappy
on that score.
He said she was desperately unhappy. That's all right--but this parading her at the Opera's another thing."
"Perhaps," young Thorley hazarded, "she's too unhappy to be left at home."
But when he placed his foot upon the worn stone steps, along which so many unhappy
wretches had passed, when he felt himself impregnated, as it were, with the atmosphere of those gloomy dungeons, moistened with tears, there could be but little doubt he was overcome by his feelings, for his head was bowed and his eyes became dim, as he followed Baisemeaux without a syllable.
You couldn't be unhappy
if he were here, even if he gie'd ye no money--even if used you like a drudge."
"You know Him not, my dear sir, and so you are very unhappy
. You do not know Him, but He is here, He is in me, He is in my words, He is in thee, and even in those blasphemous words thou hast just uttered!" pronounced the Mason in a stern and tremulous voice.
tell me Edward (said I) tell me I beseech you before you die, what has befallen you since that unhappy
Day in which Augustus was arrested and we were separated--"
This made the Tin Woodman very unhappy
, for he was always careful not to hurt any living creature; and as he walked along he wept several tears of sorrow and regret.
At the clanking of their frightful irons, the unhappy
child quivered like a dead frog which is being galvanized.
They did not tell their niece the sad news for several days, not wishing to make her unhappy
; but one morning the little girl found Aunt Em softly crying while Uncle Henry tried to comfort her.
On the contrary, Jones found him in his new lodgings, sitting melancholy by the fire, and silently lamenting the unhappy
situation in which he had placed poor Nancy.
What heart could be so hard as not to he softened by these words, at any rate so far as to listen to what the unhappy
youth had to say?
girl!" murmured Danglars, turning pale, for he knew from long experience the solidity of the obstacle he had so suddenly encountered.
"I know," continued the unhappy
victim, "how heavily and fatally this one circumstance weighs against me, but I have no power of explaining it; and when I have expressed my utter ignorance, I am only left to conjecture concerning the probabilities by which it might have been placed in my pocket.
In the agony of death, the bird exclaimed: "O unhappy