Had he been a man of pure morals himself, he might have been thought interested in protecting the innocence of my aunt; but those who knew him will not suspect
him of any such virtue.
that in this comprehensive and (may I say) commonplace censure, you are not judging from yourself, but from prejudiced persons, whose opinions you have been in the habit of hearing.
There are deferential people in a dozen callings whom my Lady Dedlock suspects
of nothing but prostration before her, who can tell you how to manage her as if she were a baby, who do nothing but nurse her all their lives, who, humbly affecting to follow with profound subservience, lead her and her whole troop after them; who, in hooking one, hook all and bear them off as Lemuel Gulliver bore away the stately fleet of the majestic Lilliput.
And, as a proof of what we have advanced, it may be observed, that whenever a sick person suspects
that his physician has been persuaded by his enemies to be guilty of any foul practice to him in his profession, he then rather chooses to apply to books for his cure: and not only this [1287b] but even physicians themselves when they are ill call in other physicians: and those who teach others the gymnastic exercises, exercise with those of the same profession, as being incapable from self-partiality to form a proper judgment of what concerns themselves.
If after due acquaintance she suits him, he retains her; but if he suspects
her purity, he bundles her back to her father; if he finds her diseased, the same; or if, after just and reasonable time is allowed her, she neglects to bear children, back she goes to the home of her childhood.
the intelligence or the heart of his friend.
There was in this voluntary abdication of his freewill, in this fancy submitting itself to another fancy, which suspects
it not, a mixture of fantastic independence and blind obedience, something indescribable, intermediate between slavery and liberty, which pleased Gringoire,--a spirit essentially compound, undecided, and complex, holding the extremities of all extremes, incessantly suspended between all human propensities, and neutralizing one by the other.
his daughter, that angel, that orphan, my cousin--he suspects
her, and every evening he searches her room, to see if she has a lover hidden in it
I know," resumed the prelate, "in the Bas-Poitou, a canton, of which no one in France suspects
He wants to know what his temperature is, and if I tell him he gets anxious, and if I don't tell him he suspects
All are keeping a sharp look-out in front, but none suspects
that the danger may be creeping up from behind.
Now I refrain from raising hand or voice to Porthos because his great heart is nigh to breaking if he so much as suspects
that all is not well between him and me, and having struck him once some years ago never can I forget the shudder which passed through him when he saw it was I who had struck, and I shall strike him, ma'am, no more.