I morbidly represented to myself that if Joe knew it, I never afterwards could see him at the fireside feeling his fair whisker, without thinking
that he was meditating on it.
She repeated her questions; habit reasserted itself, and he spoke without thinking
the words which were in his heart.
I never see it played without thinking
of Tara of Helium and what befell her among the chessmen of Barsoom.
"Only, for Christ's sake..." the girl went on, as Natasha, without thinking
, mechanically broke the seal and read a love letter from Anatole, of which, without taking in a word, she understood only that it was a letter from him- from the man she loved.
For he realized, without thinking
about it at all, that whatever Kwaque did for him, whatever food Kwaque spread for him, really proceeded, not from Kwaque, but from Kwaque's master who was also his master.
What the laborer wanted was to work as pleasantly as possible, with rests, and above all, carelessly and heedlessly, without thinking
. That summer Levin saw this at every step.
You who have tails just whisk the flies off without thinking
about it, and you can't tell what a torment it is to have them settle upon you and sting and sting, and have nothing in the world to lash them off with.
Nobody could tell you how to find any place in the kingdom, for nobody ever went intentionally to any place, but only struck it by accident in his wanderings, and then gener- ally left it without thinking
to inquire what its name was.
highly either of men or matrimony, marriage had always been her object; it was the only provision for well-educated young women of small fortune, and however uncertain of giving happiness, must be their pleasantest preservative from want.
They called to mind, also, a long catalogue of foregone presentiments and predictions made at various times by the Delaware, and, in their superstitious credulity, began to consider him a veritable seer; without thinking
how natural it was to predict danger, and how likely to have the prediction verified in the present instance, when various signs gave evidence of a lurking foe.
She dresses very well, and has a great deal of talk; but, though she is a very good imitation of a lady, I never see her behind the dinner-table, in the evening, smiling and bowing, as the people come in, and looking all the while at the dishes and the servants, without thinking
of a dame de comptoir blooming in a corner of a shop or a restaurant.
At first the trade went well; for many people, seeing such a beautiful woman, went to buy her wares, and paid their money without thinking
of taking away the goods.