Even so," returned the stranger, nothing daunted by this cold reception; "I have tarried at 'Edward' a week, and I should be dumb not to have inquired
the road I was to journey; and if dumb there would be an end to my calling.
Hester, troubled at the expression of his eyes.
When however, the fact that she had resolved to go was fully before the public mind, she was solemnly invited out to tea by all her friends and neighbors for the space of a fortnight, and her prospects and plans duly canvassed and inquired
Dantes, with some hesitation, "do you know how my father is?
the prince; "was it Mademoiselle Aure de Montalais who made you utter such a
She was at her lodging as usual one evening, sitting in the downstairs room with the rest of the family, when somebody knocked at the door and inquired
After he told him his misfortune, Mercury plunged into the stream, and, bringing up a golden axe, inquired
if that were the one he had lost.
Stepan Arkadyevitch, coming out of his room and addressing his wife.
However, she listened very willingly to my offer of advice; so I told her that the first thing she ought to do was a piece of justice to herself, namely, that whereas she had been told by several people that he had reported among the ladies that he had left her, and pretended to give the advantage of the negative to himself, she should take care to have it well spread among the women--which she could not fail of an opportunity to do in a neighbourhood so addicted to family news as that she live in was--that she had inquired
into his circumstances, and found he was not the man as to estate he pretended to be.
The parish authorities inquired
with dignity of the workhouse authorities, whether there was no female then domiciled in 'the house' who was in a situation to impart to Oliver Twist, the consolation and nourishment of which he stood in need.
Haven't you,' inquired
the dressmaker, bending over the doll on which her art was being exercised, 'done interceding with him yet?
, as the waiter removed one of the covers.