nobody


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His healthy state of mind appeared even to derive a gratification from Clennam's position of embarrassment and isolation among the good company; and if Clennam had been in that condition with which Nobody was incessantly contending, he would have suspected it, and would have struggled with the suspicion as a meanness, even while he sat at the table.
Nobody likes a mil-yun-aire, Nobody likes hia looks, Nobody'll share his slightest care, He classes with thugs and crooks.
Of course nobody in Valley Road aspires to rival HER.
He was assured that nobody and nothing had passed these officials since his last inquiries; whereupon he and the slightly bewildered Angus were shot up in the lift like a rocket, till they reached the top floor.
That is, I always had a strong persuasion he would be here again soon, I was sure something favourable would turn upbut nobody believed me.
Nobody ever came to see her, nobody spoke of her, nobody cared about her.
When I takes de chillen out to git de air, de minute I's roun' de corner I's gwine to gaum dey mouths all roun' wid jam, den dey can't nobody notice dey's changed.
The more so as, at the time of the first scene, as Richard himself admitted, Richard had met nobody in that part of the theater after Mme.
There was also a trap-door in the floor of the principal workroom, the use of which was known to nobody but the doctor and his two privileged men.
Nobody knew whither he went; nobody at that time cared.
Nobody could bargain with greater obstinacy, and as for cleanliness, the lustre on her brass sauce-pans was the envy and despair of other servants.
Nobody can say with what thoughts, with what regrets, with what words on their lips they died.