Instead of studying books so constantly, how I wish that our schools and colleges might learn to study men and things!
Notwithstanding his affliction, he worked almost constantly night and day for the cause to which he had given his life.
Life at Hampton was a constant revelation to me; was constantly taking me into a new world.
, however, the thought of Naratu and her temper arose to take the keen edge from his pleasant imaginings.
No, Bulan, you could never have been a criminal," replied the loyal girl, "but there is one possibility that has been haunting me constantly
But she had heard of late that her son had refused a position offered him of great importance to his career, simply in order to remain in the regiment, where he could be constantly
seeing Madame Karenina.
It was his whim or humour to ride immediately before the chaise, and from this position he constantly turned his head, and looked back.
After glancing at herself as a comparatively worthless vessel, but still as one of some desert, she besought her to bear in mind that her aforesaid dear and only mother was of a weakly constitution and excitable temperament, who had constantly to sustain afflictions in domestic life, compared with which thieves and robbers were as nothing, and yet never sunk down or gave way to despair or wrath, but, in prize-fighting phraseology, always came up to time with a cheerful countenance, and went in to win as if nothing had happened.
Whatever they could prove (which is usually anything you like), they proved there, in an army constantly strengthening by the arrival of new recruits.
Gradgrind, with a mingled sense of politeness and injury, 'to be constantly addressing him and never giving him a name.
But what added most to the grotesque expression of his face was a ghastly smile, which, appearing to be the mere result of habit and to have no connection with any mirthful or complacent feeling, constantly revealed the few discoloured fangs that were yet scattered in his mouth, and gave him the aspect of a panting dog.
I could form no comprehension of his character, unless he were one of those miserable wretches who, having made gain the sole end and object of their lives and having succeeded in amassing great riches, are constantly tortured by the dread of poverty, and best by fears of loss and ruin.