There is something in a strain of music, whether produced by an instrument or by the human voice--take the sound of a bugle in a summer night, for instance--which by its wildness, to speak without satire, reminds
me of the cries emitted by wild beasts in their native forests.
It was easy to decide that she was still too young; and Jane remained with them, sharing, as another daughter, in all the rational pleasures of an elegant society, and a judicious mixture of home and amusement, with only the drawback of the future, the sobering suggestions of her own good understanding to remind
her that all this might soon be over.
The possibility of a relapse would of course, in some moments, occur to remind
her of what anxiety was-- but when she saw, on her frequent and minute examination, that every symptom of recovery continued, and saw Marianne at six o'clock sink into a quiet, steady, and to all appearance comfortable, sleep, she silenced every doubt.
She made me lift my hand--so--to remind
me to raise my voice at the question.
To this point he has been discreet in dreading to provoke me; you must represent the peril of quitting that policy, and remind
him of my passionate temper, verging, when kindled, on frenzy.
me of some one else who loved the earth and things that grow.
If it does nothing else, it will remind
me of the happiest evening of my life -- and that's another.
But we must have due regard for them, for they only miss greatness by a little, and remind
us of the faint threnodies that stir in the throats of bird musicians upon the dawn.
me that I have just rejected the palace of crystal for the sole reason that one cannot put out one's tongue at it.
I know, I am CERTAIN, that you love me-- therefore, it is useless to remind
me of the fact with gifts.
Annesley to Miss Darcy had been given, to remind
her of her post.
I was silent, fearfull lest I might any more unwillingly distress her by fixing on any other subject of conversation which might again remind
her of Augustus.