You'll excuse me, I dare say
, but you remind me of that fable.
I dare say
he never did, because I understand that diplomatists, in and out of the career, take themselves and their tricks with an exemplary seriousness.
Some gentlemen have talked of bringing it before Parliament, and I dare say
would have done it, only they hadn't time to come to me, and I hadn't power to go to them, and they got tired of my long letters, and dropped the business.
you are prettily shod for walking home, I dare say
Why, my dear Miss Clare," he returned, "I think they may perhaps understand each other; but you will see them soon, I dare say
, and I must learn from you on such a point--not you from me.
She means well, poor soul -- I dare say
she means well.
He'll come back, and, as Dorothy says, I dare say
he'll be none the worse for having had a bit of a fling.
said Miss La Creevy; 'on some kind, charitable business, I dare say
But he's a very early riser, and I dare say
he's in the Library already.