The lady who sat next him looked round at the deserted house once or twice and then said:“What a pity there is such a poor house tonight!
Foresight and forethought prevent future evil and secure future good by timely looking forward, and acting upon what is foreseen.
To gaze is to look intently, long, and steadily upon an object.
said I.I asked her, and looked curiously at her, because she looked so curiously at me.
Then the Count turned, after looking at my face attentively, and said in a soft whisper:-- "Yes, I too can love; you yourselves can tell it from the past.
He was looking at her so hard that he did not see either of us, and so I had a good view of him.
The funeral held at noon was all completed, and the last stragglers of the mourners had taken themselves lazily away, when, looking carefully from behind a clump of alder-trees, we saw the sexton lock the gate after him.
I mistrust these quiet moods of his; so I have given the attendant a hint to look closely after him, and to have a strait-waistcoat ready in case of need.
Sunrise this morning was anxiously looked for by us all.
The little parlour-maid came out, with the key in her hand; and looking earnestly at me as she unlocked the gate, said:‘I beg your pardon, sir.
Whilst they were talking Mr. Morris was looking steadily at the window, and he now got up quietly, and went out of the room.
Her daughter looked round from the window quickly.
Suddenly Raskolnikov looked scornfully at Porfiry.
Mr Crofton sat down on a box and looked fixedly at the other bottle on the hob.
He looked so wistfully into my face, and was so anxious to understand, that I took great pains to answer him slowly and distinctly, as I might have entered on an explanation to a child.
I looked eagerly, and in the window of my own room saw Mina.
Then he looked thoughtfully before him and said in a calmer tone:“But I’m in no hurry.
As he was passing out the chief clerk looked at him inquiringly.
When she shook hands with me she looked sharply in my face and said:-- "No sitting up to-night for you.
Care may respect only the present; prudence and providence look far ahead and sacrifice the present to the future, prudence watching, saving, guarding, providence planning, doing, preparing, and perhaps expending largely to meet the future demand.