Crawford exactly what a young heated fancy imagines to be necessary for happiness, you resolve to refuse him at once, without wishing even for a little time to consider of it, a little more time for cool consideration, and for really examining your own inclinations; and are, in a wild fit of folly, throwing away from you such an opportunity of being settled in life, eligibly, honourably, nobly
settled, as will, probably, never occur to you again.
Malicorne was a vile name; he who bore it had too much wit to conceal this truth from himself; but an estate might be purchased; and Malicorne of some place, or even De Malicorne itself, for short, would ring more nobly
on the ear.
in all beside Of glory which the world hath known Stands she not nobly
It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly
this about your own friend, whom you knew so much better yourself, yet you see that even you did not know how nobly
he tried to undo the wrong he had done you; and now I think I know why he kept it to himself.
D'Artagnan raised the poor intendant, embraced him as if he had been a brother, and, having nobly
saluted the assembly, who all bowed as they whispered to each other his name, he went and took his seat at the extremity of the great carved oak hall, still holding by the hand poor Mousqueton, who was suffocating with excess of woe, and sank upon the steps.
He fought nobly
but the odds against him were too great.
Her two remaining guardians wheeled to meet the return attack, and nobly
did they acquit themselves, for it took the entire eleven who were pitted against them to overcome and slay the two.
But the summer had been a very happy one, too -- a time of glad living with summer suns and skies, a time of keen delight in wholesome things; a time of renewing and deepening of old friendships; a time in which she had learned to live more nobly
, to work more patiently, to play more heartily.
We missed the Story Girl, who, of course, had to have her supper at the bridal table; but we were a hilarious little crew and the girls had nobly
kept their promise to save tid-bits for us.
She may have a noble nature; and she may show it nobly
The sixteen sonnets which belong here show how nobly
this form could be adapted to the varied expression of the most serious thought, but otherwise Milton abandoned poetry, at least the publication of it, for prose, and for prose which was mostly ephemeral.