Pollyanna knew that the Ladies' Aid met at two o'clock in the chapel next the church, not quite
half a mile from home.
He felt it, and being in doubt, said: "I do not quite
know whether it is the cub of a Fox, or the whelp of a Wolf, but this I know full well.
With his untidy beard and long hair, his features, always a little larger than life, now emphasised by illness, he had an extraordinary aspect; but it was so odd that it was not quite
And all these conversations were right enough, only in two places there was something not quite
"Oh, you're not going to leave me this morning--of all mornings?" Philip did not quite
know why he should not, but it did not matter.
THE beautiful metropolis of America is by no means so clean a city as Boston, but many of its streets have the same characteristics; except that the houses are not quite
so fresh-coloured, the sign- boards are not quite
so gaudy, the gilded letters not quite
so golden, the bricks not quite
so red, the stone not quite
so white, the blinds and area railings not quite
so green, the knobs and plates upon the street doors not quite
so bright and twinkling.
Madame Chiffon informs me that she herself had thought of using tambour work as being more suitable (though I did not quite
take in all she said).
She expresses a most eager desire of being acquainted with me, and makes very gracious mention of my children but I am not quite
weak enough to suppose a woman who has behaved with inattention, if not with unkindness, to her own child, should be attached to any of mine.
Now I affirm, that all these states have, without exception, fallen into excess; and also that he should not have said that one oligarchy was better than another, but that it was not quite
Princesses he found in plenty; but whether they were real Princesses it was impossible for him to decide, for now one thing, now another, seemed to him not quite
right about the ladies.
"I'm agreein' with you," was Matt's answer, and again his employer was not quite
satisfied with him.
. I feel that you and I and Henry are only fragments of that woman's mind.