References in classic literature ?
How do you know I want to go out with you," she said sulkily.
Not for the world would he let Tom Swift know of the situation.
In this manner, pools and ponds, and even the great fresh-water lakes, may be stagnant, as you and I both know they are, having seen them; but when you come to spread water over a great tract, like the sea, where the earth is round, how in reason can the water be quiet?
and which does the most mischief heaven only knows.
He knows everything, and he can do everything; I will bet, if he chose to turn mason, he could make a house as easily as a cage.
What occurred that night between myself and those officers I scarcely know, I scarcely remember.
Dona Rita said to me once with humorous resignation: "You know, it appears that one must have a name.
Raffles, and I did not know about you, and there was something I longed to tell you about him, something I could not tell you in a minute in the street, or indeed by word of mouth at all.
See here, Cole," said he; "I don t know how the devil you got wind of anything to start with, and I don't care.
Why, he knows everything--Lebedeff knows everything
These deeds, whereof no man knows, I speak for myself.
SOCRATES: And do you really imagine, Meno, that a man knows evils to be evils and desires them notwithstanding?