The trembling clown replied that as he lived and by the oath he had sworn (though he had not sworn any) it was not so much; for there were to be taken into account and deducted three pairs of shoes he had given him, and a real
for two blood-lettings when he was sick.
Now it was plain that the lady must be a real
Princess, since she had been able to feel the three little peas through the twenty mattresses and twenty feather beds.
My conscience would never permit me to eat so tough a morsel as the Real
So may I see and feel the bowmen," replied Jav, "and yet we all know that they, at least, are not real
The characters of 'Silas Marner,' for example, never had an actual existence, and the precise incidents of the story never took place in just that order and fashion, but they were all constructed by the author's imagination out of what she had observed of many real
persons and events, and so make, in the most significant sense, a true picture of life.
It seems frightfully real
to me too," Maimie admitted, "but how could I give it to Peter?
I reckon that old hurt still aches and burns at times; but she was only a child and time is real
kind to children, Anne, dearie.
But, it being my intention to write a thing which shall be useful to him who apprehends it, it appears to me more appropriate to follow up the real
truth of the matter than the imagination of it; for many have pictured republics and principalities which in fact have never been known or seen, because how one lives is so far distant from how one ought to live, that he who neglects what is done for what ought to be done, sooner effects his ruin than his preservation; for a man who wishes to act entirely up to his professions of virtue soon meets with what destroys him among so much that is evil.
Yes, it is a real
bird,' said those who had brought it.
Oh, tell me, who was it first announced, who was it first proclaimed, that man only does nasty things because he does not know his own interests; and that if he were enlightened, if his eyes were opened to his real
normal interests, man would at once cease to do nasty things, would at once become good and noble because, being enlightened and understanding his real
advantage, he would see his own advantage in the good and nothing else, and we all know that not one man can, consciously, act against his own interests, consequently, so to say, through necessity, he would begin doing good?
Often, before I learned, did I wonder whence came the multitudes of pictures that thronged my dreams; for they were pictures the like of which I had never seen in real
So Nishikanta cried out in nervous pain that was real