It was easy to make sure that as yet he knew me no more than if he had never seen me in his life.
Breaking into a switch through a maintenance port shouldn’t have been easy, butin those days security was light. “
Civilisation is not by any means an easy thing to attain to.
Yet it was upon this easy-going young aristocrat that death came, in most strange and unexpected form, between the hours of ten and eleven-twenty on the night of March 30, 1894.
There was no doing it in the night, for there was no getting a light by easy friction then; to have got one I must have struck it out of flint and steel, and have made a noise like the very pirate himself rattling his chains.
Shaving was not an easy task, for his hand continued to shake very much; and shaving requires attention, even when you don't dance while you are at it.
And didn’t I car Mas’r Haley night five miles out of de road, dis evening, or else he’d a come up with Lizy as easy as a dog arter a coon.
"It's the 150th gives us a farewell dinner, my love," interposed the Major, "but we'll easy get a card for Mr. Sedley."
His sister tried to laugh off her feelings by saying, “Nothing amuses me more than the easy manner with which everybody settles the abundance of those who have a great deal less than themselves.
If they turn out, they mayn’t find it so easy to go in again.
Father's best books found their way there, Mother's easy chair, Jo's desk, Amy's finest sketches, and every day Meg brought her babies on a loving pilgrimage, to make sunshine for Aunty Beth.
But it's perfectly easy to see what's the matter with Miss Pitman--she's ambitious to climb.
And the great landowners had become in their turn easy victims of the policy of extortion followed by unscrupulous governors to an increasingly unprecedented extent in proportion as the dignity of the imperial power sank lower.
If they had been revolutionists, advocating and practicingviolence and murder, their suppression would have been an easymatter; some of them could have been bought over, some could havebeen duped, some could have been overawed, and these who could notbe bought over, duped, or overawed would have been treated ascriminals, enemies of society, would have been executed orimprisoned, and the crowd would have approved of the action of thegovernment.
His Christian name was Gabriel, and on working days he was a young man of sound judgment, easy motions, proper dress, and general good character.
My mind is more easy than it was, and I am going out to stretch my big legs with a sunny little summer walk.
This was a very easy matter for a woman so really superior as she was.
All former delights of turf, mess, hunting-field, and gambling-table; all previous loves and courtships of milliners, opera-dancers, and the like easy triumphs of the clumsy military Adonis, were quite insipid when compared to the lawful matrimonial pleasures which of late he had enjoyed.
The circumstances amid which he had left Tess were such that though, while on the south of the Equator and just in receipt of her loving epistle, it had seemed the easiest thing in the world to rush back into her arms the moment he chose to forgive her, now that he had arrived it was not so easy as it had seemed.
Still greater assurance is easy to gain, by examining persons who know the girl well on her trustworthiness and love of truth before this time.
Supposing now that necessity has from all time drawn together only such men as could express similar requirements and similar experiences by similar symbols, it results on the whole that the easy COMMUNICABILITY of need, which implies ultimately the undergoing only of average and COMMON experiences, must have been the most potent of all the forces which have hitherto operated upon mankind.
Watch any man of this type carefully and you will soon discover his pet vanity, and when you have discovered it, you have found an easy road to the citadel of his desires.
efore it is so easy to fall into errorand to share it, even imagining that we are doing something grandand fine.
Fortunately, fork bombs are relatively easy to spot and kill, so creating one deliberately seldom accomplishes more than to bring the just wrath of the gods down upon the perpetrator.
"It is easy to see, Sancho," replied the duchess, "that you have learned to be polite in the school of politeness itself; I mean to say it is easy to see that you have been nursed in the bosom of Senor Don Quixote, who is, of course, the cream of good breeding and flower of ceremony--or cirimony, as you would say yourself.
This simple and easy rule renders immediately intelligible many an otherwise obscure expression which we find important but concerning the meaning of which we are in doubt.
Mr. Murthwaite was not an easy man to astonish; but that last answer of mine completely staggered him.
“Monsieur,” said Athos, letting him go, “you are not polite; it is easy to perceive that you come from a distance.”
The walk was easy, as the trees, set wide apart, left free passage between them.
So, if you're Jiandi, then it should be easy for you to prove it.
When either case occurs, it would be easy for natural selection to fit the animal, by some modification of its structure, for its changed habits, or exclusively for one of its several different habits.
It appears to me that this mystery is considered insoluble, for the very reason which should cause it to be regarded as easy of solution—I mean for the outré character of its features.
My mother is ready for me at her writing-desk, but not half so ready as Mr. Murdstone in his easy-chair by the window (though he pretends to be reading a book), or as Miss Murdstone, sitting near my mother stringing steel beads.
"What," cried my uncle, "tired after a three hours' walk, and by so easy a road?"
And yet I do not think I am a very difficult mistress to please; and I am sure the place is easy enough, for there is always a girl under her, and I often do half the work myself.”
An easy people to govern, in the Parliament and in the Kitchen—that’s the moral of it.
Rummers don’t sail in easy, drop anchor, and come ashore a few at a time.
Alla ad Deen's mother took the china dish, in which they had put the jewels the day before, wrapped in two napkins, one finer than the other, which was tied at the four corners for more easy carriage, and set forward for the sultan's palace.
The killing points to the easy excitability, the passionateness, and the instinctive sense of justice in women which demands immediate revenge for evil deeds.
It is easy to get in, but once there it is impossible to get out.
When food is provided, it is easy to find the necessary clothing and lodging.
It ain’t easy to talk when your lips is like leather, but I guess I’d best let you know how the cards lie.
There having been nothing in it, last year, but the doors of the rooms (to everyone of which I can swear, if necessary), my mind is easy, I admit, respecting that part of the house only.
My soul chooseth strangling rather than life”, and the grave is more easy for me than this dungeon.
They might then find him at Yokohama; for, if the Carnatic was carrying him thither, it would be easy to ascertain if he had been on board.
It was easy to call her beliefs superstition, but she could just as easily turn the words back on Denth.
It is hard for us to see individuality in butterflies because we do not observe them very closely, but it is easy for us to see it in men.
She realized that he'd been taking it easy for her sake before, driving relatively slowly and evenly in deference to her precarious position.
Mrs. Briggs often goes out shopping for hours, or making calls, and then she pays down fair and honorable like a lady; there's no beating down or making three hours into two hours and a half, as some folks do; and it is easy work for the horses; not like tearing along to catch trains for people that are always a quarter of an hour too late; and if I don't oblige her in this matter it is very likely we shall lose them altogether.
Almost as quickly as it came the head went back to the body, and the man laughed harshly as he said, "It isn't as easy as you think!"