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How very comfortable they make it;impossible to feel cold with such precautions.
The assistance he thought of, I dare say, was only such as might be reasonably expected of you; for instance, such as looking out for a comfortable small house for them, helping them to move their things, and sending them presents of fish and game, and so forth, whenever they are in season.
The bright eyes belonged to a little gray mouse, and the mouse had eaten a hole into the cushion and made a comfortable nest there.
And because he ought to be safely concealed from her, in some comfortable lodging, near Mr.
They had just come out of their warm, safe homes, where everything was regular and comfortable, and where their husbands and children would be with them at nightfall.
Women may be as comfortable on board, as in the best house in England.
There, with Woola, I had spent a comfortable night, and rose much refreshed after the arduous labors of the past few days.
Nothing would make her comfortable while you live," returned Rigg, in his cool high voice.
All the surrounding country, extending to the borders of the desert which enclosed it upon every side, was full of pretty and comfortable farmhouses, in which resided those inhabitants of Oz who preferred country to city life.
I'm not clear about that; but I dare say she will do her best to make them comfortable in body and mind, in accordance with our mother's example.
I don't know," he said; "I'm comfortable here, and I'm too old, Trent, to live your life.
With the ornaments on the walls and ceilings cleaned and brightened up, and with the heavy old-fashioned beds, chairs, and tables replaced by bright, pretty, and luxurious modern furniture, these two promised to be at once the most attractive and the most comfortable bedchambers in the hotel.