No, it is not fair
for poor Harlequin, the best friend that I have in the world, to die in my place!"
"It's not fair
; you are going by yourself, are having the horses saddled and said nothing to us about it."
I do not like it all, and it is not fair
. I am your guest, am I not?"
Perhaps it was not fair
to expect him to feel how very much he was her inferior in talent, and all the elegancies of mind.
One could not afford to live near the scene of a scandal--it was not fair
on one's wife.
"Nay," said Elizabeth, "this is not fair
. YOU wish to think all the world respectable, and are hurt if I speak ill of anybody.
It's not fair
that the poor child should suffer for my sinful over-confidence.
No, of course it was not fair
, but then fairness had nothing to do with it.
God bless me, it's not fair
to force a Sayago-man to speak like a Toledan; maybe there are Toledans who do not hit it off when it comes to polished talk."
Some of our number think it not fair
that Felicity should be on the honour roll (FELICITY, ASIDE: "That's Dan, of course.") when she only made one resolution and won't tell us what any of the thoughts were.
But, my friend, I said, a measure of such things Which in any degree falls short of the whole truth is not fair
measure; for nothing imperfect is the measure of anything, although persons are too apt to be contented and think that they need search no further.
It is not fair
that a rather stout manufacturer should be called upon to sit in the moonlight while a beautiful girl, to the accompaniment of soft music, reproaches him with having avoided her.