This man," said he, at one such moment, to himself, "pure as they deem
him -- all spiritual as he seems -- hath inherited a strong animal nature from his father or his mother.
A mild fit of calenture seizes him, in which he deems
that the ground so far below, is on a level with the tower, and would as lief walk off the tower into the air as not.
It ain't many that comes into a poor place, that deems
it worth their while to move their hats,' said Mrs Plornish.
Losberne, in strict confidence afterwards, that he considers it an excellent performance, but deems
it as well not to say so.
When he deems
Mr Venus's wheels sufficiently lubricated, Mr Wegg approaches his object by asking, as he lightly taps his hands together, to express an undesigning frame of mind:
This course commended itself to me, as well because I thus afforded myself more ample inducement to examine them thoroughly, for doubtless that is always more narrowly scrutinized which we believe will be read by many, than that which is written merely for our private use (and frequently what has seemed to me true when I first conceived it, has appeared false when I have set about committing it to writing), as because I thus lost no opportunity of advancing the interests of the public, as far as in me lay, and since thus likewise, if my writings possess any value, those into whose hands they may fall after my death may be able to put them to what use they deem
As she must at all events be a frontier, she may deem
it most consistent with her safety to have her exposed side turned towards the weaker power of the Southern, rather than towards the stronger power of the Northern, Confederacy.
Were she, for a single moment, to deem
thee dead, or lost, or lastingly divided from her, thou wouldst be wofully conscious of a change in thy true wife forever after.
that the parting of Achaeans and Trojans is at hand, as well it may be, seeing how much have suffered for my quarrel with Alexandrus and the wrong he did me.
Silk-gowned professor of languages, give your arm to this sturdy blacksmith, and deem
yourself honored by the conjunction, though you behold him grimy from the anvil.
And, in parting from you now, Thus much let me avow -- You are not wrong, who deem
That my days have been a dream; Yet if hope has flown away In a night, or in a day, In a vision, or in none, Is it therefore the less gone?
it my duty to report to Your Majesty the condition of the various corps I have had occasion to observe during different stages of the last two or three days' march.