Life itself depended upon his reaching the Kincaid and enlisting the survivors of the ship's crew in his service, for to be abandoned here amidst the dangers of the African jungle where he had won the enmity
of the natives was, he well knew, practically equivalent to a sentence of death.
--well, that is more comprehensible; even enmity
," he continued slowly, "which might prompt a woman to disguise herself as her own lady's maid, to seek out a tool to get rid of the man she feared.
Perhaps they sensed his wild-wood breed, and instinctively felt for him the enmity
that the domestic dog feels for the wolf.
Having received the same into his hand, he asked whether they were all in charity with him, and without any enmity
Ralph, having died intestate, and having no relations but those with whom he had lived in such enmity
, they would have become in legal course his heirs.
He was well aware of the motive of this antipathy, the origin of this solitary enmity
, the cause of its personality and old standing, and in what rivalry of self-love it had its rise.
But in the sixth book his enmity
towards the Sophists abates; he acknowledges that they are the representatives rather than the corrupters of the world.
In this, believe me, I was actuated by no motives of revenge for the occasional annoyances I had lately sustained from him, - nor yet by any feeling of malevolent enmity
towards Miss Wilson, but purely by the fact that I could not endure that such a woman should be Mrs.
in matrimonial matters, do in reality think it so great a misfortune to have their inclinations in love thwarted, that they imagine they ought never to carry enmity
higher than upon these disappointments; again, he will find it written much about the same place, that a woman who hath once been pleased with the possession of a man, will go above halfway to the devil, to prevent any other woman from enjoying the same.
And it is not the mouthful which hath most choked me, to know that life itself requireth enmity
and death and torture-crosses:--
I am determined to find out the secret of her silence towards her mother, and her enmity
Besides," Philip went on, with all the inventive astuteness of love at one-and-twenty, "if there is any enmity
between those who belong to us, we ought all the more to try and quench it by our friendship; I mean, that by our influence on both sides we might bring about a healing of the wounds that have been made in the past, if I could know everything about them.