Next day, however, as we chatted on over the remains of luncheon, I ventured to put the momentous
Their hearts beat quick, for the momentous
trial was at hand that was to determine their hopes.
Every sound that reached us conveyed some momentous
item of intelligence to him.
A subject so momentous
as that of suing Judge Temple was not very palatable to the present company in so public a place; and a short silence ensued, that was only interrupted by the opening of the door, and the entrance of Natty himself.
Her uncle's behaviour to her was then as nearly as possible what it had been before; she was sure he did not mean there should be any change, and that it was only her own conscience that could fancy any; but her aunt was soon quarrelling with her; and when she found how much and how unpleasantly her having only walked out without her aunt's knowledge could be dwelt on, she felt all the reason she had to bless the kindness which saved her from the same spirit of reproach, exerted on a more momentous
And how would you suggest, Adam, that we could combine the momentous
question with secrecy?
But already, as I write, a week has passed, and we have had our momentous
interview with Lord John Roxton and--well, perhaps things might be worse.
I realized dimly enough that she might take some momentous
Scarcely had he uttered these momentous
words when the butler entered with the announcement that he was wanted by a lady on the telephone.
These things passed through Newland Archer's mind a week later as he watched the Countess Olenska enter the van der Luyden drawing-room on the evening of the momentous
I was so occupied with Peepy that I lost the letter in detail, though I derived such a general impression from it of the momentous
importance of Africa, and the utter insignificance of all other places and things, that I felt quite ashamed to have thought so little about it.
They are like cells in the body, essential, but, so long as they remain healthy, engulfed in the momentous