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Enchanters and magicians and their kind Are mostly hard of heart; not so am I; For mine is tender, soft, compassionate, And its delight is doing good to all.
Bass was rather bored, but considerate.
Fancy, he was a decent, respectable man once!
"How do you do, Mr. Witla," he inquired with easy grace as he strolled up, the yellow mud of the fields on his boots.
His words gave Tuppence an extraordinarily desolate feeling.
THE SOCIAL AND FRIENDLY There is a very large class of people who are distinctly friendly and social in type.
“I thought so, my lord,” said Felton; “but as the prisoner is a woman, after all, I wish to pay her the attention that every man of gentle birth owes to a woman, if not on her account, at least on my own.”
Two hours later, every one knew that the great C-spring barouche in which Mrs. van der Luyden took the air at all seasons had been seen at old Mrs. Mingott's door, where a large square envelope was handed in; and that evening at the Opera Mr. Sillerton Jackson was able to state that the envelope contained a card inviting the Countess Olenska to the dinner which the van der Luydens were giving the following week for their cousin, the Duke of St. Austrey.
"It is our Hester--the town's own Hester--who is so kind to the poor, so helpful to the sick, so comfortable to the afflicted!"
"Your friend Mr. Pate seems to be a very humane and benevolent man," said Seddon, when the peacemaker had taken his departure.
It is possible that he was retained about the person of the wealthy and dissipated as a kind of private instructor, as well as an entertaining companion.
All this was almost coarse....The sentence however was more merciful than could have been expected, perhaps partly because the criminal had not tried to justify himself, but had rather shown a desire to exaggerate his guilt.
The wind was then blowing from the south-west in the mild degree which in barometrical language is ranked "No.
Our newborn and still timid press has done goodservice to the public already, for without it we should never haveheard of the horrors of unbridled violence and moral degradation whichare continually made known by the press, not merely to those whoattend the new jury courts established in the present reign, but toeveryone.
The nice thing about Breath is that you can always buy one off someone else."
"Make it so pleasant he won't want to go away.
As applied to literary products, racy refers to that which has a striking, vigorous, pleasing originality; spicy to that which is stimulating to the mental taste, as spice is to the physical; piquant and pungent in their figurative use keep very close to their literal sense.
At length one of them called out in a clear, polite, smoothdialect, not unlike in sound to the Italian: and therefore Ireturned an answer in that language, hoping at least that thecadence might be more agreeable to his ears.
There were flowers, a white coffin, a world of sympathetic expressions, and then Vesta was taken away.
I am amaze, and not at ease then; but she is so bright and tender and thoughtful for me that I forget all fear.