The boys played circus for three days afterward in tents made of rag carpeting -- ad- mission, three pins for boys, two for girls -- and then circusing was abandoned
Bessie supplied the hiatus by a homily of an hour's length, in which she proved beyond a doubt that I was the most wicked and abandoned
child ever reared under a roof.
Never shall it be said that I have abandoned
you, and I am sure that you, on your part, will never abandon me.
Many, they say, abandoned
all the pleasures and vanities of life for solitude and religious austerities; others devoted themselves to God in an ecclesiastical life; they who could not do these set apart their revenues for building churches, endowing chapels, and founding monasteries, and spent their wealth in costly ornaments for the churches and vessels for the altars.
His knowledge presently led him to believe that he had been purposely abandoned
The idea of the two soldiers who had abandoned
him occurred to his mind, and with them he remembered the assassins of two evenings before.
The hunters immediately abandoned
the dangerous hunting ground, and accompanied the Flatheads to their village.
On the present occasion, abandoned
entirely to a remembrance which evoked all the past in her heart, she looked almost as beautiful as in the days of her youth, when her palace was open to the visits of the Duke of Buckingham's father, then a young and impassioned man, as well as an unfortunate prince, who lived for her alone, and died with her name upon his lips.
It may seem a desperate chance to trust to the faith and honesty of two such vagabonds; but, as the horses would have, at all events, to be abandoned
, and would otherwise become the property of the first vagrant horde that should encounter them, it was one chance in favor of their being regained.
quite mistaken, as he soon found, in supposing the thing to have been abandoned
by all authorities) published some ingenious letters to me at the time when that event was chronicled, arguing that spontaneous combustion could not possibly be.
The little property he had was scarcely sufficient to pay his debts, and Madame Fouquet, since her husband's captivity, is abandoned
Mr Western and his nephew were not known to one another; nor indeed would the former have taken any notice of the latter if he had known him; for, this being a stolen match, and consequently an unnatural one in the opinion of the good squire, he had, from the time of her committing it, abandoned
the poor young creature, who was then no more than eighteen, as a monster, and had never since suffered her to be named in his presence.