Ask anyone what was done there, and see if they will dare
to tell you.
Here I stand, and dare
the chivalry of England to come against me -- not by individuals, but in mass
My engagements at present," replied Willoughby, confusedly, "are of such a nature--that--I dare
not flatter myself"--
She sometimes came into the kitchen all wildered like, and looked as if she would fain beg assistance; but I was not going to disobey the master: I never dare
disobey him, Mrs.
say th' nurse wants me to stay with him a bit," she said.
He chose the latter, and as he was applauded and made much of for succeeding, who dare
Take a cutlass, him that dares
, and I'll see the colour of his inside, crutch and all, before that pipe's empty.
And thou art more foolish and unreasonable than a little child, who, playing with the parts of a skillfully made watch, dares
to say that, as he does not understand its use, he does not believe in the master who made it.
You will make me and Christie so nervous that we will not dare
to open the door to a visitor, until he declares his innocence of any matrimonial intentions.
say, Miss Fairfax, that he either gave his friend very minute directions, or wrote to Broadwood himself.
I thought so," I said with gravity, and eyes that didn't dare
to smile outright till they had permission, which, however, was not long withheld them.
Mindful of the Fairy's warning he did not dare
to address her, but she on her part greeted him in the most friendly manner, and asked him at once if he were under the power of the wicked Fairy.