Receiving this as an intimation
that it was best not to delay, I settled that I would go to-morrow, and said so.
This was a joyful intimation
to Aymer, whose nerves were none of the strongest, and who had suffered such agitation and alarm in the course of passing through the dangerous bogs, that he had not yet had the curiosity to ask his guide a single question.
Trefusis ceased crying, chilled by this first intimation
that her father's house was no longer her home.
I did not reflect that a man who could fail in his duty to his King, his father-in-law, and his benefactor, might, without scruple, do the same to a stranger, though distinguished as his friend; and thus sanguine and unsuspecting continued my journey, still receiving intimation
from all parts to take care of myself.
In the First Part of this history we left the valiant Biscayan and the renowned Don Quixote with drawn swords uplifted, ready to deliver two such furious slashing blows that if they had fallen full and fair they would at least have split and cleft them asunder from top to toe and laid them open like a pomegranate; and at this so critical point the delightful history came to a stop and stood cut short without any intimation
from the author where what was missing was to be found.
It is an intimation
that what has happened to me is a good, and that those of us who think that death is an evil are in error.
Keeping well in the shadows of the huts he commenced a systematic search of the village--ears, eyes and nose constantly upon the alert for the first intimation
of the near presence of Meriem.
It was here that I was destined, at a later date, to have a very strange experience--the first intimation
of a still stranger discovery--but of that I will speak in its proper place.
There was scarcely an intimation
of movement from the pit.
The Count of Monte Cristo," continued the servant, "begs these gentlemen's permission to wait upon them as their neighbor, and he will be honored by an intimation
of what time they will please to receive him.
Reynolds respect for Elizabeth seemed to increase on this intimation
of her knowing her master.
A deputation was therefore sent to the queen to entreat her to return to Paris; but she not only declined to receive the deputies, but sent an intimation
by Chancellor Seguier, implying that if the parliament did not humble itself before her majesty by negativing all the questions that had been the cause of the quarrel, Paris would be besieged the very next day.