The considerate young man had remembered this, too, and brought home for Sophy some handkerchiefs of rainbow hue, which had been strangely overlooked till now, at the bottom of one of his trunks.
And let us not forget, what in all the calculations which I have yet seen on either part has been totally overlooked, the number of men killed, or captives in the British and Spanish dominions.
Those who see do not care for so many of these collateral indications, and habitually overlook and neglect several of them.
They graciously overlooked the blotch of red brick hiding the body of St. Patrick's on the way up town in gratitude for twin spires against the sky.
One who could look upon Professor Fechner as one of the best observers in the world, and Professor Scheibner, as for the purpose in hand, an excellent observer, neglecting entirely to note that one was partly blind and that the other could not see well, might readily overlook the fact of a not very pronounced mental aberration on the part of a third person.
On a rising ground that partially overlooked the plain, Oriana and her companion took up their position, beneath the shade of a grove of pines; and they watched the hunters as they examined the foot- prints on the dewy turf, or followed the tracks of the elks and buffaloes through the long prairie-grass, in order to make their arrangements for enclosing the game and driving the animals into an open and central situation.
"In a visit of a week to this village, you have scarcely overlooked the Wigwam.
No. 22, accidentally overlooked in the answer to the resolution of the House of the 27th ultimo.
Billy Adams' calls were very seldom overlooked by her, for she was on the other side of politics, and it was always well to know what was going on.
The aisle would be full of people, both exits were thus practically overlooked.
And Joseph, on rising to take his leave, could the more amiably overlook the feebleness of the invitation to call again, since he rejoiced, for Honoré's sake, in the conviction that the egg was cracked.
They were soon comparing their journeys, and Helen and Fanny were cruelly overlooked in the conversation..
But I will tell you that of him of which you are wholly ignorant, or which you have designedly overlooked.
It overlooked the crucial difficultynamely, how to summon new force, without destroying the sound parts of a structure which it has taken many generations to erect.
I can read the code, it is true, but you doubtless overlooked the fact that I have received such dispatches here.
He walked with us round his garden, and to a point finely overlooking the country below, charmingly varied by cultivated land, meadow and woodland.
You had so generously overlooked many disagreeable circumstances connected with my history, that I found it extremely painful to add this miserable entanglement to the list.
WARWICK (11), the county town of Warwickshire, on the Avon, 21 m. SE. of Birmingham; it dates from Saxon times, and possesses a great baronial castle, the residence of the earls of Warwick, erected in 1394 on an eminence by the river grandly overlooking the town; it is the seat of several industries, and has a considerable trade in agricultural produce.
Then he is a great friend of a reform which the Chartists grievously overlook, and which would make thousands of them voters if they would adopt it.
that all former Divines had idly overlooked!
The blundering anti-Dreyfusites have often if not invariably overlooked the fact that their adversaries number men of acumen, skill, and energy.
(2) It overlooks the difficulty of distinguishing the value of the land "irrespective of improvements," from that of the land as it actually is, a difficulty especially great in the case of agricultural land.
The reputation of Julius Broughton for mischief, particularly at times like these, was one not to be lightly overlooked.
Magnanimously he overlooked the delay and felt that HAIG might, after all, have an excuse.
In a notable instance, the heroism of his life has been meanly overlooked by one who preached to mankind with the eloquence of the Prophets the prime need and virtue of recognizing the hero.