I will go to Meryton," said she, "as soon as I am dressed, and tell the good, good news
to my sister Philips.
Then Dinah told how the good news
had been brought, and how the mind of God towards the poor had been made manifest in the life of Jesus, dwelling on its lowliness and its acts of mercy.
He staggered into his room and sat down on the bed, the envelope still unopened, and in that moment came understanding to him how people suddenly fall dead upon receipt of extraordinarily good news
This was good news
to me and I looked forward to a happy life.
Reading that Trix had given Tom back his freedom changed many things to Polly, and caused her to shrink from his confidence, because she felt as if it would be harder now to keep self out of sight; for, spite of maiden modesty, love and hope would wake and sing at the good news
It was with feelings of the keenest elation that he hastened home to bear the good news
I have waited for mail after mail, in the hope of being able to send you some good news
Hooray," shrieked the rebels, delighted at this good news
, and they proceeded to rush upon the Soldier with the Green Whiskers in such a crowd that it was a wonder they didn't stick the knitting-needles into one another.
Crawley's carriage together, a conversation of which it is not necessary to repeat the details, but the upshot of it was that, when Becky came home, she flew to her dear Briggs with a smiling face and announced that she had some very good news
He's a very good fellow," said Arthur: "but I confess it would be good news
for me, if he got his Commission, and his Marching Orders, all at once
Then we'll go up the road and tell the good news
to the others.
Be sure that I come back with good news
, and am not long gone