He went on like that, justifying himself more positively as excuse after excuse suggested itself
As this idea suggested itself
, Julia started, and unconsciously arranging her hair, by bringing forward a neglected curl, moved with trembling steps towards the dwelling.
I trembled internally as the question suggested itself
At these signals and voice Don Quixote turned his head and saw by the light of the moon, which then was in its full splendour, that some one was calling to him from the hole in the wall, which seemed to him to be a window, and what is more, with a gilt grating, as rich castles, such as he believed the inn to be, ought to have; and it immediately suggested itself
to his imagination that, as on the former occasion, the fair damsel, the daughter of the lady of the castle, overcome by love for him, was once more endeavouring to win his affections; and with this idea, not to show himself discourteous, or ungrateful, he turned Rocinante's head and approached the hole, and as he perceived the two wenches he said:
Another doubt, and that a cruel one, suggested itself
to Madame de Belliere with a sharp, acute pain, like a dagger thrust.
At such times his father's last injunction suggested itself
They were steaming up the China Sea when the idea first suggested itself
, and as he sat idly during the long, hot days the thought grew upon him, expanding into a thousand wonderful possibilities, until it became crystalized into what was a little short of an obsession.
Huck was in a close place -- the inquiring eye was upon him -- he would have given anything for material for a plausible answer -- nothing suggested itself
-- the inquiring eye was boring deeper and deeper -- a sense- less reply offered -- there was no time to weigh it, so at a venture he uttered it -- feebly:
Therefore directly the character of this affair suggested itself
to me, I thought it should be dealt with with special secrecy, and ventured to come over here.
The one explanation which suggested itself
to her mind assumed that form of expression--and the one method of satisfying her curiosity that seemed likely to succeed, was to search the volume which Alban had reserved for his own reading.
Quite irrelevantly the idea suggested itself
of buying a share in the Klondike town site from Harper and Joe Ladue.
Pickwick, who had been writhing in silence for some time, gave a violent start, as if some vague idea of assaulting Serjeant Buzfuz, in the august presence of justice and law, suggested itself
to his mind.