I never knew how good and generous and tender he was till now, for he lets me read his heart, and I find it full of noble impulses
and hopes and purposes, and am so proud to know it's mine.
While he was in the act of making this movement, the Indians, as if changing their purpose by a common impulse
, broke away from the chasm in a body, and were heard rushing up the island again, toward the point whence they had originally descended.
I'll go and see what can be done," he said feebly, with a sidelong impulse
towards the opening and freedom.
She locked herself in and walked mechanically, with a woman's first impulse
in a strange bedroom, to the rickety little table and the dingy little looking-glass.
There are moments, psychologists tell us, when the passion for sin, or for what the world calls sin, so dominates a nature that every fibre of the body, as every cell of the brain, seems to be instinct with fearful impulses
He was a third-generation specialist in the nature of speech, and he knew that for the transmission of spoken words there must be "a pulsatory action of the electric current which is the exact equivalent of the aerial impulses
Now I forgive thee," said Don Quixote; "and do thou forgive me the injury I have done thee; for our first impulses
are not in our control.
Are not popular assemblies frequently subject to the impulses
of rage, resentment, jealousy, avarice, and of other irregular and violent propensities?
He might then have profited by my experience, but now, should the jungle lust ever claim him, he will have nothing to guide him but his own impulses
, and I know how powerful these may be in the wrong direction at times.
Yes, I preferred the elderly and discontented doctor, surrounded by friends and cherishing honest hopes; and bade a resolute farewell to the liberty, the comparative youth, the light step, leaping impulses
and secret pleasures, that I had enjoyed in the disguise of Hyde.
You see, gentlemen, reason is an excellent thing, there's no disputing that, but reason is nothing but reason and satisfies only the rational side of man's nature, while will is a manifestation of the whole life, that is, of the whole human life including reason and all the impulses
Villefort's first impression was favorable; but he had been so often warned to mistrust first impulses
, that he applied the maxim to the impression, forgetting the difference between the two words.