On the marriage morning, Doctor Manette bad made it his one urgent
and express request to Charles Darnay, that the secret of this name should be--unless he, the Doctor, dissolved the obligation--kept inviolate between them.
Beyond a general impression of the distance before me, and of the young man with the donkey-cart having used me cruelly, I think I had no very urgent
sense of my difficulties when I once again set off with my ninepence in my pocket.
Estella opened the gate as usual, and, the moment she appeared, Joe took his hat off and stood weighing it by the brim in both his hands: as if he had some urgent
reason in his mind for being particular to half a quarter of an ounce.
The subtle and varied pains springing from the higher sensibility that accompanies higher culture, are perhaps less pitiable than that dreary absence of impersonal enjoyment and consolation which leaves ruder minds to the perpetual urgent
companionship of their own griefs and discontents.
That was all I knew of Nicolete's parents, and all I needed to know; with the exception of one good action,--at her urgent
entreaty they had left Nicolete behind them, with no other safeguard than a charming young lady companion, whose fitness for her sacred duties consisted in a temperament hardly less romantic and whimsical than Nicolete's own.
A few sharp and urgent
snatches of it came unmistakably from the bell at the gate of the college grounds.
He says that his business is urgent
and he seems quite upset.
As the green and white lady took leave of the Princess she gave her a nut, desiring her only to open it in the most urgent
Then, in the very midnight of this depression, poor Bell returned from England, whither he and his bride had gone on their honeymoon, and announced that he had no money; that he had failed to establish a telephone business in England; and that he must have a thousand dollars at once to pay his urgent
Profound and powerful forces are shaking and remaking our world, and the URGENT
question of our time is whether we can make change our friend and not our enemy.
and I hold this confirmed by having noticed that when I was by the wall of the yard witnessing the acts of thy sad tragedy, it was out of my power to mount upon it, nor could I even dismount from Rocinante, because they no doubt had me enchanted; for I swear to thee by the faith of what I am that if I had been able to climb up or dismount, I would have avenged thee in such a way that those braggart thieves would have remembered their freak for ever, even though in so doing I knew that I contravened the laws of chivalry, which, as I have often told thee, do not permit a knight to lay hands on him who is not one, save in case of urgent
and great necessity in defence of his own life and person.
Tis clear that your invitation is too urgent
to admit of refusal," quoth he, "and I go with you right willingly, my friends.