Her name is Rebecca, and she looks not unlike Rebekah at the Well in our family Bible; her hair and eyes being so dark as to suggest
a strain of Italian or Spanish blood.
Does he ever venture to suggest
a different mode of doing things from that pointed out by his master?
She only wished that it were less openly shewn; and once or twice did venture to suggest
the propriety of some self-command to Marianne.
I hadn't really decided to suggest
it," said the doctor, with his slight nervousness.
Granting the avowed motive for her journey -- did not her manner, on the morning when the letter was opened, and again on the morning of departure, suggest
the existence of some other motive which her letter kept concealed?
And therefore," I went on, "with your leave, I will suggest
that we hold no kind of communication in future.
These are the principal objects of federal legislation, and suggest
most forcibly the extensive information which the representatives ought to acquire.
There can be no doubt that the Odyssean line was suggested
by the Iliadic, but nothing can explain why Idaeus jumping from his chariot should suggest
to the writer of the "Odyssey" the sun jumping from the sea.
She had even condescended to advise him to marry as soon as he could, provided he chose with discretion; and had once paid him a visit in his humble parsonage, where she had perfectly approved all the alterations he had been making, and had even vouchsafed to suggest
some herself-- some shelves in the closet upstairs.
As I stood in the sala again I saw that Miss Tita had followed me, and I supposed that as her aunt had neglected to suggest
that I should take a look at my quarters it was her purpose to repair the omission.
The third and most incomprehensible thing is that people studying history deliberately avoid seeing that this flank march cannot be attributed to any one man, that no one ever foresaw it, and that in reality, like the retreat from Fili, it did not suggest
itself to anyone in its entirety, but resulted- moment by moment, step by step, event by event- from an endless number of most diverse circumstances and was only seen in its entirety when it had been accomplished and belonged to the past.
The cliff-tops, though ragged, were of such uniform height as to suggest
the boundaries of a great plateau, and now and again we caught glimpses of verdure topping the rocky escarpment, as though bush or jungle-land had pushed outward from a lush vegetation farther inland to signal to an unseeing world that Caprona lived and joyed in life beyond her austere and repellent coast.