And yet, however just these sentiments will be allowed to be, we have already sufficient indications that it will happen in this as in all former cases of great national discussion
All new laws, though penned with the greatest technical skill, and passed on the fullest and most mature deliberation, are considered as more or less obscure and equivocal, until their meaning be liquidated and ascertained by a series of particular discussions
All included," returned Phileas Fogg, continuing to play despite the discussion
On this subject we had long and animated discussions
-- he maintaining the utter groundlessness of faith in such matters, -- I contending that a popular sentiment arising with absolute spontaneity- that is to say, without apparent traces of suggestion -- had in itself the unmistakable elements of truth, and was entitled to as much respect as that intuition which is the idiosyncrasy of the individual man of genius.
She indulged in a vague movement or two, as if to look for something; then again found herself near her friend, on whom with the same abruptness, in fact with a strange sharpness, she conferred a kiss that might have represented either her tribute to exalted consistency or her idea of a graceful close of the discussion
He had stopped and faced her in the excitement of their discussion
, and her eyes rested on him with a bright unclouded admiration.
At this moment the doctor entered his study, where this discussion
had been taking place; and, as he came in, cast a glance at Kennedy, who did not feel altogether at his ease.
The actual sight of a first-class house that a Negro has built is ten times more potent than pages of discussion
about a house that he ought to build, or perhaps could build.
This fine comparison has reference to Fred Vincy, who on that evening at Lowick Parsonage heard a lively discussion
among the ladies on the news which their old servant had got from Tantripp concerning Mr.
My dearest wish is the success of Berande," Joan had just said, apropos of a discussion
about the cheapening of freights on copra to market.
Martin was puzzled as to what the discussion
was about, but when he rode on to the library he carried with him a new-born interest in Herbert Spencer, and because of the frequency with which the tramp had mentioned "First Principles," Martin drew out that volume.
All of which was Greek to Simon Nishikanta, who would promptly take the Ancient Mariner's side of the discussion