There's my picture: and I'm his friend--so much so, that had he thought seriously to catch you, I should, perhaps, have held my tongue, and let you fall into his trap.'
Now, when I study ’pon it, I think de straight road de best, deridedly.”
No, Siri thought suddenly.
Or was he just thinking about things too hard?
I'm afraid you are cruel, cruel deceivers,"--and Dobbin certainly thought he felt a pressure of the hand which Miss Osborne had extended to him.
"You'll think differently, after a little time on the road.
The young man evidently thought it too bad that he should be laughed at for his ignorance, and then laughed at for trying to remove it.
I honestly think he was a patriot.
If you are working for someone else today and wish to start in a business for yourself, think over carefully what you would like to do.
Of course, Vivenna thought, standing.
The Tin Woodman appeared to think deeply for a moment.
When morning came, the good-natured Mrs. Sedley no longer thought of executing her threats with regard to Miss Sharp; for though nothing is more keen, nor more common, nor more justifiable, than maternal jealousy, yet she could not bring herself to suppose that the little, humble, grateful, gentle governess would dare to look up to such a magnificent personage as the Collector of Boggley Wollah.
Show his resemblance to yourself: and then, I hope, Miss Cathy will think twice before she takes the cockatrice!'
We didn't care whether you kept with us or not; I merely thought Heathcliff's talk would have nothing entertaining for your ears.'
Surely they couldn't be thinking about attacking Idris.
No doubt another may also think for me; but it is not therefore desirable that he should do so to the exclusion of my thinking for myself.
Every man, you know, Mr. Shelby, naturally thinks well of his own ways; and I think I treat niggers just about as well as it’s ever worth while to treat ’em.”
I thought it over aloud, in my master's presence; walking straight from her room to his, and relating the whole story: with the exception of her conversations with her cousin, and any mention of Hareton.
Never (she used to say, with streaming tears, when she narrated that experience), never had she felt more at peace with all men or thought more kindly of the world.
Now, when you read the words 'old car,' you likely think of a beat-up or rusted vehicle that barely runs.
My teacher is so near to me that I scarcely think of myself apart from her.
Dorothy was thinking so earnestly as they walked along that she did not notice when the Scarecrow stumbled into a hole and rolled over to the side of the road.
He leaned back in the cab, and I could see by his drawn brow and his vacant eye that he was thinking intently.
She'd obviously thought about these things before.
Privately I thought it lucky that he had associated with him someone of a more receptive type of mind.
At games of cards he was equally skilful; for though he would constantly lose money at the commencement of an evening, playing so carelessly and making such blunders, that newcomers were often inclined to think meanly of his talent; yet when roused to action and awakened to caution by repeated small losses, it was remarked that Crawley's play became quite different, and that he was pretty sure of beating his enemy thoroughly before the night was over.
Mr. K.,” said Willem, while Franz clearly tried to shelter behind him as protection from the third man, “if you knew how badly we get paid you wouldn’t think so badly of us.
However, as Porthos had first found an idea, and had thought of it earnestly afterward, he was the first to act.
He was thinking rapidly.
"I'd a blame sight sooner think that than anything else.
He did not think so lightly of the consequences of an eruption.
Of a truth, this I may truly think and say, Lord, I am nothing, I have nothing that is good of myself, but I fall short in all things, and ever tend unto nothing.
“But can you possibly have thought of all that on the spot?”
Smith thought awhile, noticed the circumference of the island, and allowed for the elevation.
I am sure it fared far otherwise with me; I had for a long season, as soon almost as I entered into that valley, a dreadful combat with that foul fiend Apollyon; yea, I thought verily he would have killed me, especially when he got me down and crushed me under him, as if he would have crushed me to pieces; for as he threw me, my sword flew out of my hand; nay, he told me he was sure of me: but I cried to God, and he heard me, and delivered me out of all my troubles.
I do not choose to think too closely on what I am myself; but, I believe, I rely on the straightforward honesty of my hands, and the open nature of their opposition, in contra-distinction to the way in which the turnout will be managed in some mills, just because they know I scorn to take a single dishonourable advantage, or do an underhand thing myself It goes farther than a whole course of lectures on “Honesty is the Best Policy”—life diluted into words.
How far apart, think you, dwell the two most distant inhabitants of yonder star, the breadth of whose disk cannot be appreciated by our instruments?
Although I had been told this before, and although I understood my own deprivations, yet I had thought vaguely that since they could hear, they must have a sort of “second sight,” and I was not prepared to find one child and another and yet another deprived of the same precious gift.
Have enough money, he thought, bitterly, and you behave like hogs.
I thought slowly.
'Presently I thought what a fool I was to get wet.
Yet her distress when I left her was very great, her expostulations at the parting were sometimes frantic, and I think, altogether, I had as much trouble as comfort from her devotion.
Or, at least, one that looks powerful, she thought ruefully. "
And so, making his last dispositions, Captain Crawley, who had seldom thought about anything but himself, until the last few months of his life, when Love had obtained the mastery over the dragoon, went through the various items of his little catalogue of effects, striving to see how they might be turned into money for his wife's benefit, in case any accident should befall him.
Among all the incidents of the day, one recurred to his mind to the exclusion of the rest; although now that his self-control was regained, and he was no longer under the influence of a nightmare, he was able to think of it calmly.
And don’t think ahead more than you can help.”
Thou makest it to think rightly in every matter, and in every matter to give Thee praise; neither can anything please long without Thee but if it would be pleasant and of sweet savour, Thy grace must be there, and it is Thy wisdom which must give unto it a sweet savour.
He likewise thought this was an opportunity for talking about pretty little Mme.
For, to be permitted to see her was now the greatest privilege and hope of his life, and he thought with himself secretly how he would watch and protect her.