They see us at church, you know, though we seldom meet them elsewhere.
We had met there accidentally, and were bathing together.
They were full of their new friend when they returned from the Hulker ball to Miss Wirt, their companion; they had made arrangements for continually meeting, and had the carriage and drove to see her the very next day.
Some girls did take his eye--the exceptional in youth and physical perfection were always doing that, but he had no chance or very little of meeting them socially.
The two wedding parties met constantly in each other's apartments.
I fear, Watson, that she will be past Charlington before we can possibly meet her.”
In quick rage he sprang at the man, who met him halfway, grappled him close by the throat, and with a deft twist threw him over on his back.
He ran over the names of several friends whom he expected to meet abroad this winter.
One of you go on down and get a cab to come up and meet us--quickly.
Peradventure, hadst thou met earlier with a better love than mine, this evil had not been.
Core members of the Legion of Doom tended to meet physically for conventions every year or so, to get drunk, give each other the hacker high-sign, send out for pizza and ravage hotel suites.
We got to the Soho house in plenty of time and met Mr. Carter outside.
It was very soon discovered that whoever cast an indignity on Topsy was sure to meet with some inconvenient accident shortly after;—either a pair of ear-rings or some cherished trinket would be missing, or an article of dress would be suddenly found utterly ruined, or the person would stumble accidently into a pail of hot water, or a libation of dirty slop would unaccountably deluge them from above when in full gala dress;-and on all these occasions, when investigation was made, there was nobody found to stand sponsor for the indignity.
It appears that he had met with disagreeableness, likewise, on his journey.
And she found you, and she died, or seemed to die, and now she is re-born, as she must be, and doubtless you will meet once more, and again there must come misery.
Surely my chance meeting with him on the moor has disclosed another favourable trait in his character?
And since Mr. Dimmesdale had taken her in charge, the good grandam's chief earthly comfort--which, unless it had been likewise a heavenly comfort, could have been none at all--was to meet her pastor, whether casually, or of set purpose, and be refreshed with a word of warm, fragrant, heaven-breathing Gospel truth, from his beloved lips, into her dulled, but rapturously attentive ear.
Then going on he presently met a ragged man and exchanged clothes with him, and so having divested himself of all worldly entanglements, he was free to pursue his search after wisdom.
The members of the gentile organizations could no longer meet for the purpose of taking care of their common interests.
He hardly met the finest type of mankind in that seafaring village of Spanish mongrels.
Grants from France and the international community can only partially meet humanitarian needs.
They met daily in that strange and solemn interval, the twilight of the morning, in the violet or pink dawn; for it was necessary to rise early, so very early, here.
The last words were in answer to the look the elder lady gave him, a kindly questioning look which the handsome eyes met so frankly that the little ceremony closed, as usual, with a motherly kiss.
No doubt, many of my townsmen have met me returning from this enterprise, farmers starting for Boston in the twilight, or woodchoppers going to their work.
His fine figure, alert limbs, and bright face, raised an instant competition, and half a dozen bids simultaneously met the ear of the auctioneer.
He had not dreamed of meeting her here, evidently, for her appearance produced a marvellous effect upon him.
Fortunately they will meet in a few weeks' time, and they promise me to try to get some more.
And now, gentlemen, seein’ as we’ve met so happily, I think I’ll stand up to a small matter of a treat in this here parlor.
But hesuddenly met my eyes.
As Mr. Burke sometimes speaks of England, sometimes of France, and sometimes of the world, and of government in general, it is difficult to answer his book without apparently meeting him on the same ground.
But the cunning and suspicious nature of which we spoke,--he who has committed many crimes, and fancies himself to be a master in wickedness, when he is amongst his fellows, is wonderful in the precautions which he takes, because he judges of them by himself: but when he gets into the company of men of virtue, who have the experience of age, he appears to be a fool again, owing to his unseasonable suspicions; he cannot recognise an honest man, because he has no pattern of honesty in himself; at the same time, as the bad are more numerous than the good, and he meets with them oftener, he thinks himself, and is by others thought to be, rather wise than foolish.
We can meet this successfully only by the exercise of an aggressive faith.
And so the small sum of nine dollars weekly must meet as best it could the current expenses of rent, food, and coal, to say nothing of incidentals, which now began to press very heavily.
“No, thank you,” said I.“As I keep the cash,” Mr. Wemmick observed, “we shall most likely meet pretty often.
The executioner conveyed me thus shut up into the country, in order to execute the barbarous sentence; but by my prayers and tears, I moved the man's compassion: "Go," said he to me, "get you speedily out of the kingdom, and take heed of returning, or you will certainly meet your own ruin, and be the cause of mine."
Four old men of this neighbourhood, who are people of the same stamp, meet regularly every day at this imaum's house.
Gorham: I fail to see—Gurney: Isn’t it a fact that Ludlow College barely meets the minimum standards for recognition by the National Board of Regents?
But in Christina Channing, whom he met shortly afterward, he found a woman of a more sensuous and lovable type, though hardly less artistic.
"Take me to your dear mamma, you droll child," Mrs. Frederick said, and those ladies accordingly met, after an absence of more than fifteen years.
A little way from here he had come so often to meet her clandestinely.
He asks me to meet him alone this evening at the country-club, at eight-thirty promptly.
But I have personally met officers on the Northern Front who frankly preferred military disaster to cooperation with the Soldiers’ Committees.
There was no Spain for Margaret that autumn; although to the last she hoped that some fortunate occasion would call Frederick to Paris, whither she could easily have met with a convoy.
Martha shook her head, and Melusine spied wetness again in her eyes, although they met hers bravely. ‘
He knew the breed, though he had never met it so far north before; and never in his long life had porcupine served him for a meal.
These should be met courteously and dispatched quickly.
Her girl friends do see her in the daytime, but gradually they meet less and less because their interests and hers no longer focus in common.
Utter- 18) son of Gaunt Street--you must have heard my name; and meeting you so conveniently, I thought you might admit me."
With every special class of mental phenomena this possibility meets us afresh.
The Duma met defiantly, passing resolutions to the effect that it would “defend its position to the last drop of its blood,” and appealing desperately to the population to save their “own elected City Government.”