Do not you know she calls every one reserved who does not talk as fast, and admire
what she admires
as rapturously as herself?"
He found nothing to perplex or disappoint, much to admire
and approve, for overlooking a few little affectations of speech and manner, she was as sprightly and graceful as ever, with the addition of that indescribable something in dress and bearing which we call elegance.
The artists may say what they please; I see nothing to admire in rotten cottages, and bad drainage, and ignorant people.
"Your Ladyship does not admire the beauties of Nature," Miss Pink remarked, with a compassionate smile.
Hardyman admires Isabel; he owned it to me himself in so many words."
'And I'm sure,' continued the other, 'he admires me quite as much as he does you; doesn't he, Miss Grey?'
'And you're quite mistaken, Matilda, in supposing that Harry Meltham admires you: I assure you he does nothing of the kind.'
"Why, dear Maggie," she interposed, "you have always pretended that you are too fond of being admired; and now, I think, you are angry because some one ventures to admire you."
It was perfectly natural and safe to admire beauty and enjoy looking at it,--at least under such circumstances as the present.
I learned, from the views of social life which it developed, to admire their virtues and to deprecate the vices of mankind.
I learned from Werter's imaginations despondency and gloom, but Plutarch taught me high thoughts; he elevated me above the wretched sphere of my own reflections, to admire and love the heroes of past ages.
He always admires
the right thing whatever the right thing is, and one of these days he's going to write a great work.