This exquisite piece of human ingenuity had originally cost five louis d'or, and Adrienne had once shown it to her employer, who had generously
offered to give two napoleons for it.
Her hair worried him, it was so generously
Borckman remembered his first idea and continued to the bottle, which he generously
Daughtry, himself moulded on generously
careless lines, could not but appreciate the spaciousness of the Ancient Mariner, who had evidently lived spaciously and who was ever for sharing the treasure they sought.
, she answered the appeal that had been made to her.
We have all been selfish and neglected him, so we won't fight about it, but try and do better," said Archie, generously
taking more than his share of blame, for he had been less inattentive than either of the others.
You are speaking generously
and feeling generously
There is the man whom we all know, stupid, unimaginative, whose brain is bitten numbly by numb maggots; who walks generously
with wide-spread, tentative legs, falls frequently in the gutter, and who sees, in the extremity of his ecstasy, blue mice and pink elephants.
Curiosity and admiration excited by her beauty; inquiries made about her; the story of the past discovered; Society charitably sorry for her; Society generously
subscribing for her; and still, through all the years of her life, the same result in the end--the shadow of the old disgrace surrounding her as with a pestilence, isolating her among other women, branding her, even when she had earned her pardon in the sight of God, with the mark of an indelible disgrace in the sight of man: there was the prospect
Jones being assured that he could have no bed, very contentedly betook himself to a great chair made with rushes, when sleep, which had lately shunned his company in much better apartments, generously
paid him a visit in his humble cell.
The dinner was concluded, the waiter generously
fed, and the two walked out to the corner where they had met.
Then he came in like a fresh-caught fish on a line, clearing the rail generously
and striking the deck in a heap, on hands and knees, and rolling over.