The chief object of his return appeared to be to intercede
for a quantity of dried meat and salmon trout, which he had left behind; on which, probably, he depended for his winter's subsistence.
Nor did it strike me as very strange, after a moment's reflection, that she should intercede
thus earnestly for a band headed by her own mother's widower, prime scoundrel of them all though she knew him to be.
But La Valliere, too, had observed the king's gloomy aspect and kindling glances; she had remarked this - and as nothing which lay hidden or smoldering in his heart was hidden from the gaze of her affection, she understood that this repressed wrath menaced some one; she prepared to withstand the current of his vengeance, and intercede
like an angel of mercy.
She was quite unfit, poor soul, to intercede
for me, or to serve my interests in any way.
In this manner, not only shall my own eternal salvation be secured, but thine also, for I shall never cease to intercede
We pay for every nerve marathon we run, nor can John Barleycorn intercede
and fend off the just payment.
Is it so very inexcusable to ask Lady Janet to intercede
It now became Miss Squeers's turn to intercede
with Nicholas, which she did with many symptoms of alarm and horror; the effect of the double intercession was, that he and John Browdie shook hands across the table with much gravity; and such was the imposing nature of the ceremonial, that Miss Squeers was overcome and shed tears.