Lessons, in this agitation, certainly suffered some delay; I reflected that my first duty was, by the gentlest arts I could contrive, to win the child into the sense of knowing
A woman should not undertake to nurse a tender little child without knowing
what is good and what is bad for it.
I waited in that inner room -- knowing
my own violent temper, and not trusting myself to see you, after what I had heard -- I waited in that inner room, trembling lest the servant should tell you of my visit before I could find an opportunity of leaving the house.
I have said virtue, wealth, and generosity, because a great man who is vicious will be a great example of vice, and a rich man who is not generous will be merely a miserly beggar; for the possessor of wealth is not made happy by possessing it, but by spending it, and not by spending as he pleases, but by knowing
how to spend it well.
Hatred evidently inspired the Englishman, who, knowing
no other reproach to bring on the count, accused him of avarice.
But there's that sweet woman--that Dinah Morris," Arthur said, pursuing his own thoughts and not knowing
what had been the sense of Adam's words, "she says she shall stay with her to the very last moment--till she goes; and the poor thing clings to her as if she found some comfort in her.
I could have thrown it at his head; but I thought suddenly of that hard, prayerful life, knowing
nothing of any ease or pleasure in the world, absolutely nothing but a pinch of snuff now and then.
She in the overflowing spirits of her recovery, repeats it all to her nurse; and the nurse knowing
my acquaintance with you, very naturally brings it all to me.
She knew what she ought to have said to Natasha, but she had been unable to say it because Mademoiselle Bourienne was in the way, and because, without knowing
why, she felt it very difficult to speak of the marriage.
I would not hinder Casaubon; I said so at once; for there is no knowing
how anything may turn out.
He knew, without thinking about it, without knowing
that he knew, why Biddy, the wise as well as the brave, did not act upon all the message that her heart voiced to him, and spring into the water and swim after him.
who, I must remain silent, out of pity for her.