Blanche--the latter smiling, modestly jesting, and, in short, making herself so agreeable to the Grandmother that in the end the old lady relented
Here he is, master,' said he, 'I have got the better of him': and when the farmer saw his old servant, his heart relented
, and he said.
She pondered suspiciously; till, thinking that this might after all be true, she relented
, and said quite humbly, "I beg your pardon, sir.
Peepy retired behind his elbow at first, but relented
at the sight of sponge-cake and allowed me to take him on my lap, where he sat munching quietly.
The runner was resolute about keeping me handcuffed, and taking me back, without a moment's unnecessary waste of time to Barkingham; but he relented
on other points.
She felt that atonement was proper, and considered it no more than just that Fan should drench a handkerchief or two with repentant tears, and that Tom should sit on a very uncomfortable seat and call himself hard names for five or ten minutes before she relented
I put the glass to my lips, and Peter's eyes relented
To her surprise the body rose easily, and she knew Hans had relented
and was helping her.
But she relented
again at the last and gave Cecily a wishbone.
Just as he left off, the maiden woke up, rubbed her eyes, got off the bank, and had a dance all alone too--such a dance that the savage looked on in ecstasy all the while, and when it was done, plucked from a neighbouring tree some botanical curiosity, resembling a small pickled cabbage, and offered it to the maiden, who at first wouldn't have it, but on the savage shedding tears relented
I know it's very ignorant of me,' Alice said, in so humble a tone that Humpty Dumpty relented
Seeing young Stubble engaged in composition at one of the coffee- room tables at the Slaughters', and the tears trickling down his nose on to the paper (for the youngster was thinking of his mamma, and that he might never see her again), Dobbin, who was going to write off a letter to George Osborne, relented
, and locked up his desk.