How delicate in his attentions, and yet how artfully
has he concealed his anxiety on my account under a feigned desire for sleep, thought Julia.
Remnants," she sighed, and showed me how artfully
they had been pieced together.
Not casting out his milder thoughts, but artfully
Wherever they tried to corner a worked-out creek, they found him standing in the way, owning blocks of claims or artfully
scattered claims that put all their plans to naught.
Because, in a basket of fruit, stated to have been sent by the young ladies of Miss Foote's Seminary, Daughtry had read a note artfully
concealed in the heart of an apple, telling him on the forthcoming Friday night to keep a light burning in his window.
This flattering suggestion not only pleased Emily--it artfully
served Mirabel's purpose.
Well pleased at the success of his mission, Sydney artfully
led the conversation to music, and for a time Polly forgot her woes, talking enthusiastically on her favorite theme.
He was socially celebrated for his ivory cane, with a snuff-box artfully
let into the knob at the top--and he was socially dreaded for a hatred of modern institutions, which expressed itself in season and out of season, and which always showed the same, fatal knack of hitting smartly on the weakest place.
The servant was still waiting--not like a human being who took an interest in the proceedings, but (as became a perfectly bred footman) like an article of furniture artfully
constructed to come and go at the word of command.
It struck me that someone might have belied me to her: perhaps her brother; yes, no doubt her brother had persuaded her that I was false and faithless, and taking advantage of her natural indignation, and perhaps her desponding carelessness about her future life, had urged her, artfully
, cruelly, on to this other marriage, in order to secure her from me.
To say the truth, these soporific parts are so many scenes of serious artfully
interwoven, in order to contrast and set off the rest; and this is the true meaning of a late facetious writer, who told the public that whenever he was dull they might be assured there was a design in it.
His father accepted this explanation, and neither knew that Margaret had artfully
prepared the way for it.