Remembering their own former habits
, they used to say that the Surveyor was walking the quarter-deck.
Elzbieta was sorry for this arrangement, for she feared that it would get him into the habit
of living without them, and once a week was not very often for him to see his baby; but there was no other way of arranging it.
Where they once dug for money, But never found any; Where sometimes Martial Miles Singly files, And Elijah Wood, I fear for no good: No other man, Save Elisha Dugan-- O man of wild habits
, Partridges and rabbits Who hast no cares Only to set snares, Who liv'st all alone, Close to the bone And where life is sweetest Constantly eatest.
He brought back one or two new habits
with him, one of which he rather openly practiced--tippling--but concealed another, which was gambling.
Mother," as he with his old-fashioned habits
was in the habit
of calling his wife, was nursing a sick neighbor.
Matrimony, as the origin of change, was always disagreeable; and he was by no means yet reconciled to his own daughter's marrying, nor could ever speak of her but with compassion, though it had been entirely a match of affection, when he was now obliged to part with Miss Taylor too; and from his habits
of gentle selfishness, and of being never able to suppose that other people could feel differently from himself, he was very much disposed to think Miss Taylor had done as sad a thing for herself as for them, and would have been a great deal happier if she had spent all the rest of her life at Hartfield.
My next inquiries were to inform me of his ordinary habits
of life; of what he did with his money; of who his intimate friends were; and of the sort of terms on which his son, Mr.
The most extraordinary thing to my mind, of all the strange and wonderful things that happened upon that Friday, was the dovetailing of the commonplace habits
of our social order with the first beginnings of the series of events that was to topple that social order headlong.
The various kinds of knowledge and of virtue are habits
, for knowledge, even when acquired only in a moderate degree, is, it is agreed, abiding in its character and difficult to displace, unless some great mental upheaval takes place, through disease or any such cause.
The Crow country A Crow paradise Habits
of the Crows Anecdotes of Rose, the renegade white man His fights with the Blackfeet His elevation His death Arapooish, the Crow chief His eagle Adventure of Robert Campbell Honor among Crows
I say, for a novelty, because the governess had few opportunities to see any one without the presence of a third person, and because her habits
, as an unmarried and well educated French woman, indisposed her to tete-a-tetes with the other sex.
These hordes of villains being broken up and dispersed, Rose had betaken himself to the wilderness, and associated himself with the Crows, whose predatory habits
were congenial with his own, had married a woman of the tribe, and, in short, had identified himself with those vagrant savages.