The Spaniards have a good term to express this wild and dusky knowledge--Gramatica parda--tawny grammar, a kind of mother-wit derived from that same leopard to which I have referred
The conversation of the servants, when they assembled before the slowly lighting kitchen fire, referred
to a recent family event, and turned at starting on this question: Had Thomas, the footman, seen anything of the concert at Clifton, at which his master and the two young ladies had been present on the previous night?
A woman of orderly and industrious appearance rose from her knees in a corner, with sufficient haste and trepidation to show that she was the person referred
For more particulars, Drake's History of York may be referred
Naseby, for we are too well aware of the consequences; but we shall venture instead to print the facts of both cases referred
to by this red-hot partisan in another portion of our issue.
That Miss Julia, in answer to my suit, has referred
me to you, sir.
but it is not a man's; and as a child is incomplete, it is evident that his virtue is not to be referred
to himself in his present situation, but to that in which he will be complete, and his preceptor.
He guessed that the question referred
to Prince Vasili and his son.
If it was even mentioned in her hearing, she shuddered and referred
to it, with melodramatic fervour, as 'my husband's blood-money
After a good deal of fruitless argument the question was referred
for decision to a passing Coyote, who was a bit of a demagogue and desirous to stand well with both.
She had betrayed a very perceptible agitation on hearing the letter referred
to, and on having it placed in her hands.
It is immediate, not inferred, not abstract; it differs from perception mainly by being referred
to the past.