He was a gentle and kindly man, with a life and a longing, quite apart from
his vocation, which were never lived or fulfilled.
He lounged along, smoking a large cigar, keen-eyed and observant, laying up for himself a store of impressions, unconsciously irritated at every step by a sense of ostracism, of being in some indefinable manner without kinship and wholly apart from
this world, in which it seemed natural now that he should find some place.
standing apart from
the rest, and appealed to him personally.
Apart from all these, on the river's margin two or three couple of business-talkers walked slowly up and down in earnest conversation; and one young man sat thoughtfully on a bench, alone.
But apart from this, and the necessity of your speedily bestowing yourself on another (as you know you could to-morrow, if you chose), I wish you'd look upon it pleasantly.
Adam would be able to take a separate house now, and provide for his mother in the old one; his prospects would justify his marrying very soon, and if Dinah consented to have Seth, their mother would perhaps be more contented to live apart from
Suddenly she caught sight of a pale, anemic-looking youth, who was standing apart from the others, lounging against the wall.
Apart from her, he was a somewhat vulgar, entirely commonplace young man, of saving habits, and with some aptitude for business, in a small way.
She loved him now more than she had loved the Tsar, and apart from
the Imperial dignity would not have preferred the Emperor to him.
It was my disaster first to be set apart for, and then to be set apart from
the honor of that sacred employ.
weeding you shouldn't need to do anything else, apart from
watering if there's a drought.
Yes, OK, but apart from
a debt crisis, a jobs crisis, accelerating social breakdown and a failing schools system, what has Labour ever done for us?