e, (to express the general conflict,) and it evinced
some indifference to the honour of the country; but it was spoken by Athelstane, whom he held in such profound respect, that he would not trust himself to canvass his motives or his foibles.
Not one could bear his share of the fine; not one but evinced
a wonderful twinkle of hope that each of the others (in succession) was the very man who could step in to make good the deficit.
D'Artagnan, whose erudition we are well acquainted with, evinced
no more interest on hearing this quotation than he had at that of M.
Meanwhile his misgivings in regard to Musqueton recurred to his mind and with greater force because Musqueton, though he did not himself wait on the table, which would have been beneath him in his new position, appeared at the door from time to time and evinced
his gratitude to D'Artagnan by the quality of the wine he directed to be served.
In fact, nothing could exceed the curiosity evinced
by these people as to the objects before them.
Henri turned away; dissatifaction was plainly evinced
in her face, and a smile, slight and brief, but bitter, distrustful, and, I thought, scornful, curled her lip as she took her place in the class; it was a secret, involuntary smile, which lasted but a second; an air of depression succeeded, chased away presently by one of attention and interest, when I gave the word for all the pupils to take their reading-books.
Had an army of invaders made an irruption into their territory they could not have evinced
THERE are some qualities -- some incorporate things, That have a double life, which thus is made A type of that twin entity which springs From matter and light, evinced
in solid and shade.
The doctor being gone, Athos evinced
neither anger nor vexation at having been disturbed.
Anna Mikhaylovna evinced
no surprise, she only smiled faintly and sighed, as if to say that this was no more than she had expected.
How could he explain the plans when she evinced
not the slightest sign that she was not already entirely conversant with them?
Unmistakably bad men evinced
an apparently sincere admiration for virtue.