Knowing what I knew now, the memory of Miss Fairlie's look and manner at the breakfast-table told me that the expected visitor at Limmeridge House was her future husband
Casaubon at once to teach her the languages, dreading of all things to be tiresome instead of helpful; but it was not entirely out of devotion to her future husband
that she wished to know Latin and Creek.
He was asked derisively what he thought of the circumstances under which the Countess had become engaged to be married; and he made the characteristic answer, that he thought the circumstances highly creditable to both parties, and that he looked on the lady's future husband
as a most enviable man.
Jane Porter had been born to both, and had Tarzan taken them away from her future husband
it would doubtless have plunged her into a life of misery and torture.
Sometimes on rainy afternoons in the store she got out her bank book and, letting it lie open before her, spent hours dreaming impossible dreams of saving money enough so that the interest would support both herself and her future husband
I should like my future husband
to be just such another as he is, if he would only stay here and not want to go away.
Marriage was to alter her fortunes rather than her character, and she was not far wrong in boasting that she understood her future husband
Nevertheless, you have not been forgotten in our plans, and we have fully ascertained beforehand that Valentine's future husband
will consent, not to live in this house, for that might not be pleasant for the young people, but that you should live with them; so that you and Valentine, who are so attached to each other, would not be separated, and you would be able to pursue exactly the same course of life which you have hitherto done, and thus, instead of losing, you will be a gainer by the change, as it will secure to you two children instead of one, to watch over and comfort you.
She made efforts to like them, as in duty bound, and as sisters of her future husband
she must be false either to her future husband
or to me.
To hear you speak of your future husband
as if you were not quite sure of the sincerity of his attachment.
Far from this; Varvara Ardalionovna did not marry until she felt convinced that her future husband
was unassuming, agreeable, almost cultured, and that nothing on earth would tempt him to a really dishonourable deed.