At first they wore the aspect
of charity, and seemed white and slender angels who would save me; but then, all at once, there came a most deadly nausea over my spirit, and I felt every fibre in my frame thrill as if I had touched the wire of a galvanic battery, while the angel forms became meaningless spectres, with heads of flame, and I saw that from them there would be no help.
I know this Charles, then, under none but bad aspects
, and you would wish me, a man of good sense, to go and make myself gratuitously the slave of a creature who is inferior to me in military capacity, in politics, and in dignity
But all that he was he was by instinct and not by theory, and the amiability of his character was so great that certain of the aristocratic virtues, which in some aspects
seem rather brittle and trenchant, acquired in his application of them an extreme geniality.
But with Penfentenyou behind him he had worked; for he told us that Lord Lundie--the Law Lord was the final authority on the legal and constitutional aspects
of the Great Idea, and to him it must be referred.
My position enabled me to include in a single view both the eastern and western extremities of the islet; and I observed a singularly-marked difference in their aspects
He vaguely felt that something should be done about this, and in a general manner proposed to do it, for he was on his way to explore a society abounding in comic aspects
Always, he had been a hard worker, but now he began for the first time to take an interest in the scientific aspects
We have been long accustomed to consider growth as applied almost exclusively to size in its various aspects
His blood is infected, and objects lose their natural aspects
in his sight.
We ought to be glad that we did not make it for the purpose of feasting our eyes upon fascinating aspects
of nature, for we should have been disappointed--at least at this season of the year.
And we cannot say too little of our constitutional necessity of seeing things under private aspects
, or saturated with our humors.
He studied Nature in all her aspects
for the benefit of his paintings, which were as minutely finished as those of Gerard Dow, his master, and of Mieris, his friend.