intimated


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The youth looked a little surprised, or puzzled, or something, and intimated that he had been wondering to himself what I had wanted to ask the girl all those questions for.
I intimated as much; but he was ready, and said with surly discontent: "You ought to see them in the Protestant cantons.
I have already intimated that my condition was much worse, during the first six months of my stay at Mr.
It was evident that he was unhappy; she wished it were equally evident that he still distinguished her by the same affection which once she had felt no doubt of inspiring; but hitherto the continuance of his preference seemed very uncertain; and the reservedness of his manner towards her contradicted one moment what a more animated look had intimated the preceding one.