I don't approve
of children being rigged out in fancy colors, but I'll see what your aunt Jane thinks.
Although I don't approve
of such conduct, it is very convenient in more ways than one; I get through my housekeeping undisturbed, and whenever she is disposed to lecture me, I begin about this habit of hers.
Let him quit too much association, let him go home much, and stablish himself in those courses he approves
She was first called to observe and approve
him farther, by a reflection which Elinor chanced one day to make on the difference between him and his sister.
And you approve
of what she said -- that is to say, you declare that the signs which she mentioned are really those by means of which you are accustomed to convey your thoughts?
She had been graciously pleased to approve
of both of the discourses which he had already had the honour of preaching before her.
I do not suppose that you would deliberately form an absolute engagement of that nature without acquainting your mother and myself, or at least, without being convinced that we should approve
of your choice; but I cannot help fearing that you may be drawn in, by the lady who has lately attached you, to a marriage which the whole of your family, far and near, must highly reprobate.
Everybody would approve
, she supposed, if she left it to Rose and Frank--her niece and Martin's nephew--but she couldn't quite bring herself to welcome that idea--not yet.
I should like to read you a few letters, but, of course, I shall not send them unless you approve
Every Bill which shall have passed the House of Representatives and the Senate, shall, before it become a Law, be presented to the President of the United States; If he approve
he shall sign it, but if not he shall return it, with his Objections to that House in which it shall have originated, who shall enter the Objections at large on their Journal, and proceed to reconsider it.
Next day the decrepit Kutuzov, having given orders to be called early, said his prayers, dressed, and, with an unpleasant consciousness of having to direct a battle he did not approve
of, got into his caleche and drove from Letashovka (a village three and a half miles from Tarutino) to the place where the attacking columns were to meet.
Chairman and Gintlemen," said the Other, "it sames to me, and I'm hopin' yez wull approve
the suggistion, that an appropriet way to honour the mimory of the decaised would be to erect an emolument sootably inscribed wid his vartues.