If they should not, it will be too heavy for me, and I must humbly apply to his majesty in whose service I am a sufferer; but this, and a much greater sum would be an insufficient
compensation for the constant distress and anxiety of mind I have felt for some time past, and must feel for months to come.
The vessel, you must understand, was so long, and broad, and ponderous, that the united force of all the fifty was insufficient
to shove her into the water.
In all that she figured to herself, as related to my appearance, the end justified her brightest expectations; but, as that end drew near, she felt how insufficient
were human results to meet the desires of human hopes.
There came three months of mental worry, hard rolling, remorse, and physical pain to drive home the lesson of insufficient
When three obscure gentlemen in San Francisco argued on insufficient
premises they condemned a fellow-creature to a most unpleasant death in a far country which had nothing whatever to do with the United States.
These various matters were at once placed before me; but Kory-Kory deemed the banquet entirely insufficient
for my wants until he had supplied me with one of the leafy packages of pork, which, notwithstanding the somewhat hasty manner in which it had been prepared, possessed a most excellent flavour, and was surprisingly sweet and tender.
But the watchfulness, instead of alarming the newly-landed man, appeared, on the contrary, to give him great joy, for his voice might perhaps have proved insufficient
to rouse the people of the house, whilst, with an auxiliary of that sort, his voice became almost useless.
But these measures, however good in themselves, were insufficient
for the real extent of the evil, the whole of which Sir Walter found himself obliged to confess to her soon afterwards.
I accordingly engaged a room in the house of a lady of pure French extraction and education, who supplements the shortcomings of an income insufficient
to the ever-growing demands of the Parisian system of sense-gratification, by providing food and lodging for a limited number of distinguished strangers.
Thus the Victoria found herself balanced, and her ascensional force insufficient
to raise her.
For what purpose - and since when has the king's word been insufficient
Though these reasons were very insufficient
and obscure, no one made any rejoinder.