In was after More
left Oxford that he met the man who became his dearest friend.
But buds will be roses, and kittens cats, more
's the pity!"
It sounded dull--it sounded strange; and all the more
so because of his main condition."
Tom, you couldn't told it more
like if you'd 'a' seen it!
He is nearly as tall; he has the same type of features, the same hue of hair and complexion; but the strength of the family likeness seems only to render more
conspicuous the remarkable difference of expression both in form and face.
There's a Sahib come to call on me, an' that's more
than he'll iver do for you onless you run!
Dozens of them were scattered around and Dorothy bent near to one, which was about as tall as she was, to examine it more
I've tried to help you be good, but you won't let me, and I shall not try any more
. You talk a great deal about being a gentleman, but you are not, for you've broken your word, and I can never trust you again.
than that," he continued, "and all in the same story: lying words, lying papers, tricks fit for a peddler, and the show of what's legal over all, to make a man the more
Noah looked eagerly about him for the Dodger; but although there were several women who would have done very well for that distinguished character's mother or sister, and more
than one man who might be supposed to bear a strong resemblance to his father, nobody at all answering the description given him of Mr.
Having dealt out these admonitions, the ladies fell to a more
powerful assault than they had yet made upon the mixed tea, new bread, fresh butter, shrimps, and watercresses, and said that their vexation was so great to see her going on like that, that they could hardly bring themselves to eat a single morsel.
The advocates of the tinder-box-and-pedlar view considered the other side a muddle-headed and credulous set, who, because they themselves were wall-eyed, supposed everybody else to have the same blank outlook; and the adherents of the inexplicable more
than hinted that their antagonists were animals inclined to crow before they had found any corn--mere skimming-dishes in point of depth--whose clear-sightedness consisted in supposing there was nothing behind a barn-door because they couldn't see through it; so that, though their controversy did not serve to elicit the fact concerning the robbery, it elicited some true opinions of collateral importance.