suffer for Yet had I lever wed no wife this year.”
This was someone who could guide her, tease her as a man would a child.
Thou comest home as drunken as a mouse, And preachest on thy bench, with evil prefe: proof Thou say’st to me, it is a great mischief To wed a poore woman, for costage: expense And if that she be rich, of high parage; birth <11>Then say’st thou, that it is a tormentry To suffer her pride and melancholy.
Afterwards I will wed thee.”
Would a man who has an ill title to an estate, but yet is in possession of it; would he bring it of his own accord, to be tried at Westminster?
I'd no idea hearts could take in so many.
The prince inquiring the reason, the old man continued, "Sultan Amir bin Naomaun has resolved that no one shall wed his daughter unless he can perform three tasks which he will impose, and these are of so difficult a nature as not to be executed by the labour or ingenuity of man, and many unhappy princes have lost their heads in the attempt; for he puts them to death instantly on failure: be advised, therefore, and give up so fruitless an expedition."
The duke Ching of Ch'i, with reference to the manner in which he should treat Confucius, said, 'I cannot treat him as I would the chief of the Chi family.
What should I more say, but that this Millere He would his wordes for no man forbear, But told his churlish* tale in his mannere; *boorish, rude Me thinketh, that I shall rehearse it here.
The savour eke rejoice would any wight That had been sick or melancholious,It was so very good and virtuous.
Turn the light which way they would, there were the same great wriggling coils, the same frightful heads.
If any fear-thoughts come to you cast them off as you would the deadly viper.
Had she expected to wed Valade herself?
Vivenna, you will not go to wed the tyrant god of our enemies.
“Sure thing they would!
Said he'd a suit of old sailor's togs on, and that he went out in a boat with a lot of rowdy fellers to a 'tramp' in the Bay, and he didn't come back," chuckled Brack.
Nothing has, as yet, turned up; and it may not surprise you, my dear Master Copperfield, so much as it would a stranger, to know that we are at present waiting for a remittance from London, to discharge our pecuniary obligations at this hotel.
You loathe them as you would a snake or a toad, yet you are indignant at their wrongs.
'He thought me too poor to wed his sister,' answered Heathcliff, 'and was grieved that I got her: his pride was hurt, and he'll never forgive it.'
perhaps He knew not Cato,<5> for his wit was rude, That bade a man wed his similitude.
"I'd a blame sight sooner think that than anything else.
“I was a little fellow then, but I had the same love that I have now for all kinds of human things,—a kind of passion for the study of humanity, come in what shape it would.
All those women saw their men down and under: Mary, her goodman John, Ann, her poor dear Willun, when he went and died on her, raging that he was the first to go, Joan, her four brothers, Judith, her husband and all her sons, Susan, her husband too, while Susan’s daughter, Elizabeth, to use granddaddy’s words, wed her second, having killed her first.
“You see, Evangeline,” said her mother, “it’s always right and proper to be kind to servants, but it isn’t proper to treat them just as we would our relations, or people in our own class of life.
Well, I must man it out:—What would the queen?
The sultan consented, on condition that his life should be forfeited unless he should remove a lofty and extensive mound of sand that lay on one side of the palace, which must be done before he could wed the princess.
So spake she, and the father of gods and men smiled, and answering her he spake winged words: "If thou, of a truth, O ox-eyed lady Hera, wouldst hereafter abide of one mind with me among the immortal gods, thereon would Poseidon, howsoever much his wish be contrariwise, quickly turn his mind otherwhere, after thy heart and mine.
He avoids long walks as he would the plague, and catches a street car for a two-block trip.
Avoid particularly all early experiments with uncongenial or unsympathetic persons; and avoid as you would a pestilence all those who are antagonistic either to yourself or to the general subject of telepathy and kindred subjects.
"'Ow yes, they would,' says I, a-imitatin' of him. '
For a lover to dream that he has been accepted by his sweetheart, denotes that he will happily wed the object of his own and others’ admiration.
The truth is, we must regard the bad spelling nuisance, the bad grammar nuisance, the inártistic and rambling language nuisance, precisely as we would the smoke nuisance, the sewer-gas nuisance, the stock-yards' smell nuisance.
I seemed to wish to keep him to the point of his madness--a thing which I avoid with the patients as I would the mouth of hell.
He had always determined, deep down in his resolute heart, that nothing would ever induce him to allow his daughter to wed a Mormon.
Mebbe, ef I hed hed more money, I mought hev found out erbout them; but us war powerful po'r them days.
she saith, ‘that ever I was shape destined To wed a milksop, or a coward ape,That will be overlad* with every wight! *
"If I were to show her to you," replied Don Quixote, "what merit would you have in confessing a truth so manifest?
Just like you would your own memory.”
For a young woman to see figs growing, signifies that she will soon wed a wealthy and prominent man.
I pursued women as I would any other lure.
forsaketh “And though thy lady would a lite her grieve, *little Thou shalt thyself thy peace thereafter make; But, as to me, certain I cannot ‘lieve That she would it as now for evil take: Why shoulde then for fear thine hearte quake?
He ran with wide strides, and wherever a patch of rough ground intervened, wherever there came a patch of raw flints, or a bit of broken glass shone dazzling, he crossed it and left the bare invisible feet that followed to take what line they would.
in danger of perishingDown from the castle came there many a wight To gauren* on this ship, and on Constance: *gaze, stare But shortly from the castle, on a night, The lorde’s steward, — God give him mischance, —A thief that had *renied our creance, denied our faith*Came to the ship alone, and said he would Her leman* be, whether she would or n’ould.
Fulvia died, (Pardon, you gods, with my unkindness died); To set the world at peace, I took Octavia, This Caesar’s sister; in her pride of youth, And flower of beauty, did I wed that lady, Whom blushing I must praise, because I left her.
The cheapness of the manufactures of those landed nations, in consequence of the gradual improvements of art and skill, would, in due time, extend their sale beyond the home market, and carry them to many foreign markets, from which they would, in the same manner, gradually justle out many of the manufacturers of such mercantile nations.
They take their leave, and on their way they gon: But they not wiste why she thither went; He would to no wight telle his intent.
And when Peleus desired to wed an immortal, Zeus, the greatest of the gods, prevailed upon the nymph Thetis to marry him, although marriage with a mortal was against her will.
Therefore he would his holy blood honour Though that he holy Churche should devour.
against it And sometimes, at our prayer have we leave Only the body, not the soul, to grieve: Witness on Job, whom that we did full woe, And sometimes have we might on both the two, —This is to say, on soul and body eke,And sometimes be we suffer’d for to seek Upon a man and do his soul unrestAnd not his body, and all is for the best, When he withstandeth our temptation,It is a cause of his salvation,Albeit that it was not our intentHe should be safe, but that we would him hent.
He'd no more heart than a iron file, he was as cold as death, and he had the head of the Devil afore mentioned.