Many a poor sore-eyed student that I have heard of would grow faster, both intellectually and physically
, if, instead of sitting up so very late, he honestly slumbered a fool's allowance.
I was secretly afraid of him when I saw him so dexterous; but, I felt morally and physically
convinced that his light head of hair could have had no business in the pit of my stomach, and that I had a right to consider it irrelevant when so obtruded on my attention.
Her prize consisted in a male about four feet tall, very strong and physically
perfect; also, he learned quickly, and we had considerable amusement, at least I did, over the keen rivalry we displayed.
How he happened to have come to Africa he did not tell them, leaving them to assume he had forgotten the incidents of his life prior to the frightful ordeals that had wrecked him mentally and physically
One of the group was the son of a country minister, another of a judge; John, the unhappiest of all, had David Nicholson to father, the idea of facing whom on such a scandalous subject was physically
I think it will be best for her to go to bed tired out physically
, so I shall take her for a long walk by the cliffs to Robin Hood's Bay and back.
I sat down again; sat for a time in a kind of stagnant mood, so weary, emotionally, mentally, and physically
, that I could not think beyond the point at which he had left me.
I judged, then, that the children of that time were extremely precocious, physically
at least, and I found afterwards abundant verification of my opinion.
With such a VADE MECUM D'Artagnan was morally and physically
an exact copy of the hero of Cervantes, to whom we so happily compared him when our duty of an historian placed us under the necessity of sketching his portrait.
My dear friend," said Caderousse, "eat of my bread, and take my advice; you will be none the worse off, physically
The equestrian exercises, therefore, in which they are engaged, the nature of the countries they traverse, vast plains and mountains, pure and exhilarating in atmospheric qualities, seem to make them physically
and mentally a more lively and mercurial race than the fur traders and trappers of former days, the self-vaunting "men of the north.
it is nothing more than a magical number, that frightens away all applicants for such a favour, unless indeed it may be such as would not be very likely to be successful were they to apply; and which even would render it physically
impossible to have a tender interview within the four walls of the mansion"--