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Wopsle and would be glad if agreeable to be allowed to see you.
I hope and do not doubt it will be agreeable to see him even though a gentleman, for you had ever a good heart, and he is a worthy worthy man.
Thankee, Sir," said Joe, stiff from head to foot, "I'll take whichever is most agreeable to yourself.
Because, I imagine, it would be more agreeable to Lady Ashby and Sir Thomas.
My strict orders were to make myself agreeable to a young woman who lives in a sort of bluebeard's house, where no visitors are allowed and smiling is prohibited.
Boythorn, "it's agreeable to me to see a man of that sort.
I expand, I open, I turn my silver lining outward like Milton's cloud, and it's more agreeable to both of us.
Chichely was inclined to call him prick-eared; especially when, in the drawing-room, he seemed to be making himself eminently agreeable to Rosamond, whom he had easily monopolized in a tete-a-tete, since Mrs.
Not only those who knew Aladdin when he played in the streets like a vagabond did not know him again; those who had seen him but a little while before hardly knew him, so much were his features altered; such were the effects of the lamp, as to procure by degrees to those who possessed it, perfections agreeable to the rank the right use of it advanced them to.
I wonder, Eliza, you should think of referring to that unfortunate person - you might know the mention of her would be anything but agreeable to any one here present.
And, say what you like, it is very agreeable to hear such remarks about oneself in this negative age.
Now as a community of wives is attended with many other difficulties, so neither does the cause for which he would frame his government in this manner seem agreeable to reason, nor is it capable of producing that end which he has proposed, and for which he says it ought to take place; nor has he given any particular directions for putting it in practice.