My head was now clear enough
, only deservedly heavy.
It was water, or a good imitation of it, and that was enough for us.
All that day we rested there by the water, thanking our stars that we had been lucky enough to find it, bad as it was, and not forgetting to render a due share of gratitude to the shade of the long-departed da Silvestra, who had set its position down so accurately on the tail of his shirt.
That night we covered nearly five-and-twenty miles; but, needless to say, found no more water, though we were lucky enough the following day to get a little shade behind some ant-heaps.
The lava clinker, over which we must drag ourselves, though smooth compared with some clinker I have heard of, such as that on the Island of Ascension, for instance, was yet rough enough to make our feet very sore, and this, together with our other miseries, had pretty well finished us.
finding the atmosphere quite cold enough to travel by day, and carrying some water-melons with us.
We were just at the little bridge, by good fortune; and I helped her, tottering as she was, to the edge of the bank, where, sure enough
, she gave a sigh and fell on my shoulder.
It is not easy to conceive a possibility that dangers so formidable can assail the whole Union, as to demand a force considerable enough
to place our liberties in the least jeopardy, especially if we take into our view the aid to be derived from the militia, which ought always to be counted upon as a valuable and powerful auxiliary.
And then, really," said Baisemeaux to his next in command, "an ordinary prisoner is already unhappy enough
in being a prisoner; he suffers quite enough
, indeed, to induce one to hope, charitably enough
, that his death may not be far distant.
The master of the house heard with real sorrow that they were to go so soon, and repeatedly tried to persuade Miss Bennet that it would not be safe for her-- that she was not enough recovered; but Jane was firm where she felt herself to be right.
Darcy it was welcome intelligence-- Elizabeth had been at Netherfield long enough.
He had great moments, beautiful and noble thoughts, generous aspirations, and a heart wide and warm enough
for the whole race, but he had no bounds, no shape; he was as liberal as the casing air, but he was often as vague and intangible.