liking


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That seemed a good many people to like--when you were not used to liking.
On the drunken occasion in question (one of a large number, as you know), I was insufferable about liking you, and not liking you.
Mell, who had a liking for me that I am grateful to remember.
I always would have a good horse, you know," said the old gentleman, not liking that spirited time to be quite effaced from the memory of his juniors.
Thus Louis XIII had a real liking for Treville--a royal liking, a self-interested liking, it is true, but still a liking.
And as to Captain Wentworth's liking Louisa as well as Henrietta, it is nonsense to say so; for he certainly does like Henrietta a great deal the best.
The twelve huntsmen always followed the king to the chase, and his liking for them continually increased.
I daresay I was very silly, but one can't help liking people when one's sorry for them.
He was far more interested in her than in her story, for as she went on speaking his numbness had disappeared, and he was conscious of a mixture of liking, pity, and distrust.
As for him liking or not liking me, that's my look-out, and I guess I can attend to that all right.
He had met no such man as yet in the course of his experience, and he had an instinctive liking for a gentleman.
If there was a sincere liking between George and the Major, it must be confessed that between the boy and his uncle no great love existed.