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This lord was sincere in his violence and in his wavering.
'What can I say for having in your presence given utterance to thoughts--but they were sincere--they were sincere!' exclaimed the secretary, drawing his sleeve in a hasty way across his eyes; 'and why should I regret your having heard them?'
[1] I must take this opportunity of returning my sincere thanks to Mr.
He then told me, in a few words, that as he had a sincere respect for me, and knew my circumstances, he had not lent me that money, but given it me, and that he thought I had merited it from him by giving him my company so entirely as I had done.
The joy which Miss Darcy expressed on receiving similar information, was as sincere as her brother's in sending it.
"Ah, my dear vicomte," put in Anna Pavlovna, "L'Urope" (for some reason she called it Urope as if that were a specially refined French pronunciation which she could allow herself when conversing with a Frenchman), "L'Urope ne sera jamais notre alliee sincere."*
I suppose they will think I am not sincere; but isn't it more sincere to come out with things than to conceal them?
must be convinced of my most sincere attachment to your highest
When recalling all this afterwards the prince could not for the life of him understand how to reconcile the beautiful, sincere, pure nature of the girl with the irony of this jest.
"I only think you should take more care of your health," Emily replied, with sincere interest in his recovery.
Mark, too, how little Johnson boasts of his 'sincerity.' He has no suspicion of his being particularly sincere,--of his being particularly anything!
You will make allowances for your old friend, and your sincere well-wisher?