References in classic literature ?
There had never been anything in her that one could appeal to; but as long as he could ignore and command he had remained indifferent.
It was thus, Archer reflected, that New York managed its transitions: conspiring to ignore them till they were well over, and then, in all good faith, imagining that they had taken place in a preceding age.
In fact, he seemed never to have heard that there existed such a thing as a code of honor, for he repeatedly outraged a dozen Barsoomian fighting customs that an honorable man would rather die than ignore.
Then, though my present valiant mood might ignore the adverse chances, they were as one hundred to a single chance of deliverance.
If one feigns death lions and lionesses are supposed to ignore one, according to Mr.
When the hirer returned, a heated pedestrian, Grubb would ignore all verbal complaints, and examine the machine gravely.
The method was a little singular, but very restful, for it seemed to ignore completely all accidents of human life, and to span very deep abysses with a few simple words.
Next morning the storm was on them, and no politeness could ignore it.
She so much wished to ignore towards others that her husband had ever been a London Dissenter, that she liked to keep it out of sight even in talking to him.
The lover always desires to ignore the object of his passion, and the adoration which a young writer has for a great one is truly a passion passing the love of women.
They affected to ignore her as of an inferior social status to themselves, and she despised their light talk.
The piano we may ignore, for I knew it to be hired, but there were many dainty pieces, mostly in green wood, a sofa, a corner cupboard, and a most captivating desk, which was so like its owner that it could have sat down at her and dashed off a note.