A Fox, envying him the honor, discovered a piece of meat lying in a trap, and leading the Monkey to the place where it was, said that she had found a store, but had not used
it, she had kept it for him as treasure trove of his kingdom, and counseled him to lay hold of it.
Spencer Whiles came of a family of successful tradespeople, and he was not used
to such quiet magnificence as was everywhere displayed.
Starting at the unforeseen concluding exclamation of the so suddenly scornful old man, Stubb was speechless a moment; then said excitedly, I am not used
to be spoken to that way, sir; I do but less than half like it, sir.
Kings have to deal with their neighbors, their wives, their children, their prelates or clergy, their nobles, their second-nobles or gentlemen, their merchants, their commons, and their men of war; and from all these arise dangers, if care and circumspection be not used
Lords are popular socially in America, but are not used
to any great extent in the office.
In the afternoon, putting into the most convenient ports of the island, we came to anchor; very much to the amazement and terror of the inhabitants, who were not used
to see any Portuguese ships upon their coasts, and were therefore under a great consternation at finding them even in their ports.
The girls, who were not used
to hearing rhetoric of this sort, had nothing to say in reply; they only asked him if he wanted anything to eat.
She is tender, and not used
to rough it like the rest of us.
I should not have degraded your name in a public kitchen; for indeed, sir, some people have not used
you well; for besides making a public proclamation of what you told them of a quarrel between yourself and Squire Allworthy, they added lies of their own, things which I knew to be lies."--"You surprize me greatly," cries Jones.
"How wonderfully they make this soap," he said gazing at a piece of soap he was handling, which Agafea Mihalovna had put ready for the visitor but Oblonsky had not used
. "Only look; why, it's a work of art."
He was not used
to the fear of an enemy, but the memory of Lady Carey's white cheeks and indrawn lips as she had entered his carriage chilled him.
Kit entered the office in a great tremor, for he was not used
to going among strange ladies and gentlemen, and the tin boxes and bundles of dusty papers had in his eyes an awful and venerable air.