He pronounced Loretto a madman for his temerity
, but bade him depart in peace.
I remember upon one occasion plunging in among a parcel of these river-nymphs, and counting vainly on my superior strength, sought to drag some of them under the water, but I quickly repented my temerity
General," said he, as if he had divined Monk's thought, "you wish we should be alone; that is very right, but a great captain ought never to expose himself with temerity
she asked, "and what your mission, that you have the temerity
to attempt to escape from the Valley Dor and the death you have chosen?
The latter qualm I had the temerity
to confess to Raffles; nor have I often loved him more than when he freely admitted it to be the most natural feeling in the world.
The rifle hanging upon the wall caught his first attention; it was for this strange, death-dealing thunder-stick that he had yearned for months; but now that it was within his grasp he scarcely had the temerity
to seize it.
But although Alpatych, frightened at his own temerity
in avoiding the stroke, came up to the prince, bowing his bald head resignedly before him, or perhaps for that very reason, the prince, though he continued to shout: "Blackgaurds
It was evident that he regretted the temerity
that had made him the centre of interested observation.
Come," he said to me, "you are sentenced to the experimental pits for having dared to insult the intelligence of the mighty ones with the ridiculous tale you have had the temerity
to unfold to them.
In the distance he discerned the ragged tortuous lines that marked the winding course of the hideous gorges which scored the broad plain at intervals--the terrible gorges that had so nearly claimed his life in punishment for his temerity
in attempting to invade the sanctity of their ancient solitude.
Philander,' he said, `I am surprised that you, sir, a man of letters yourself, should have the temerity
so to interrupt the progress of science.
Baseek was surprised by the other's temerity
and swiftness of attack.