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The utter hopelessness that was reflected in his face must have been the counterpart of what I myself felt, but in that brief instant I determined to hide my own misgivings that I might bolster up the courage of the others.
Hast thou dared to utter such words in my presence and in that of these illustrious ladies?
She uttered some words in a loud voice, and the youth joined her, who also expressed surprise.
Then the tunnel will be discovered; the men who cast me into the sea and who must have heard the cry I uttered, will be questioned.
'Adieu,' that word, which is her only language, she seldom uttered at that time.
When the gentle Lady Arbella departed this life I uttered a groan.
"Do you think she would turn to look at me, or value any word I ever uttered to her again at more than a dirty feather?--Explain!
They were at the corner of the Strand, but as though in utter forgetfulness of their whereabouts, he had suddenly stopped short and gripped her tightly by the arm.
26-28) `Shepherds of the wilderness, wretched things of shame, mere bellies, we know how to speak many false things as though they were true; but we know, when we will, to utter true things.'
When he ventured to utter this impression to his companions, it was met by Hawkeye with an incredulous shake of the head.
Before the dawn of morning, before this river wakes to the first glimpse of day-light, you shall be placed as entirely beyond the reach of your former associates, and leave as utter an absence of all trace behind you, as if you were to disappear from the earth this moment.
The rustic driver, stupefied and aghast, stood looking at the wagon, and did nothing but utter loud cries to Hercules to come and help him.
'Well, my boy,' I exclaimed, after the expiration of several minutes, during which time my companion had not uttered a word,
"Not a line, not a thought that he uttered. The daily press?
When the reading of the report was over, people moved about, and Levin met Sviazhsky, who invited him very pressingly to come that evening to a meeting of the Society of Agriculture, where a celebrated lecture was to be delivered, and Stepan Arkadyevitch, who had only just come from the races, and many other acquaintances; and Levin heard and uttered various criticisms on the meeting, on the new fantasia, and on a public trial.