Yes," she said, hopefully
, "I know you will succeed, for the best thing a man can have, is work with a purpose in it, and the will to do it heartily.
But hour after hour passed, and no signal appeared on the balcony, though Phebe watched it hopefully
I am sure I hope so," said Miss Cornelia, none too hopefully
I thought," went on Chunk hopefully
, "that if I had one of them powders to give Rosy when I see her at supper to-night it might brace her up and keep her from reneging on the proposition to skip.
Then the grief which he began to share with others became gentle and holy, and he rose up once more, and walked up the steps to the altar, and while the tears flowed freely down his cheeks, knelt down humbly and hopefully
, to lay down there his share of a burden which had proved itself too heavy for him to bear in his own strength.
He had argued, pleaded, rebuked, and ignored by turns; and always and through all he had prayed--earnestly, hopefully
It set me thinking hopefully
of my deliverance, of which I had begun to despair; and I scanned the sea and the Ross with a fresh interest.
I wish him to be good enough to understand that the communication he has made to me has hopefully
influenced my mind, in spite of its having been, before this mysterious occurrence took place, profoundly impressed against young Landless.
When it is delivered, and turns out not to be the novelty anticipated, though they grumble a little, they look forward hopefully
to something newer next year.
My mother and my sister, what would they feel when I returned to them from my broken engagement, with the confession of my miserable secret--they who had parted from me so hopefully
on that last happy night in the Hampstead cottage!
They went about recruiting; and where could they enlist recruits more hopefully
, than among the fine gentlemen who, having found out everything to be worth nothing, were equally ready for anything?
Between the real landscape and its shadow in the water, there was no division; both were so untroubled and clear, and, while so fraught with solemn mystery of life and death, so hopefully
reassuring to the gazer's soothed heart, because so tenderly and mercifully beautiful.