Her hat was off, lying in its veil by her side, and a certain general abandon
of her figure,--which was clothed in a short cloth skirt, cut with that unmistakable touch which we call style--betokened weariness that could no longer wait for rest.
Mean while revive; Abandon
fear; to strength and counsel joind Think nothing hard, much less to be despaird.
he will not die unless we abandon
him; and if so, we are indeed answerable for his blood to God and to man.
at once and for ever all misgivings that I am trifling with you, or passing an idle hour as men do when they find themselves in the company of beautiful women.
This brought me to a full stop, and if fortune had not again particularly favoured me, I should have had to abandon
It was the creation of such worlds as these that seemed to Dorian Gray to be the true object, or amongst the true objects, of life; and in his search for sensations that would be at once new and delightful, and possess that element of strangeness that is so essential to romance, he would often adopt certain modes of thought that he knew to be really alien to his nature, abandon
himself to their subtle influences, and then, having, as it were, caught their colour and satisfied his intellectual curiosity, leave them with that curious indifference that is not incompatible with a real ardour of temperament, and that, indeed, according to certain modern psychologists, is often a condition of it.
Notwithstanding the horrors of a situation which seemed definitely to abandon
them to their deaths, M.
Never shall it be said that I have abandoned
you, and I am sure that you, on your part, will never abandon
As I have lived a long time in this country, and borne a share in all that has passed, I will present the reader with a short account of what I have observed, and of the revolution which forced us to abandon
Aethiopia, and destroyed all our hopes of reuniting this kingdom with the Roman Church.
The black was taking him the shortest way, which was no way at all for a horseman, and after the first day's march the young Englishman was forced to abandon
his mount, and follow his nimble guide entirely on foot.
D'Artagnan was not willing to abandon
his companion thus, and stooped to raise him and assist him in regaining the lines; but at this moment two shots were fired.
And I know that every one will confess that it would be most praiseworthy in a prince to exhibit all the above qualities that are considered good; but because they can neither be entirely possessed nor observed, for human conditions do not permit it, it is necessary for him to be sufficiently prudent that he may know how to avoid the reproach of those vices which would lose him his state; and also to keep himself, if it be possible, from those which would not lose him it; but this not being possible, he may with less hesitation abandon
himself to them.