At the risk
of spoiling my story and of being taken for a coxcomb, I state my intention at the outset.
You were too bold, sir; it won't do to run such risks
In spite of the sort of divination which was the remarkable side of the character of Aramis, the event, subject to the risks
of things over which uncertainty presides, did not fall out exactly as the bishop of Vannes had foreseen.
She doesn't understand that one's got to take risks
," he observed, finally.
You are a man, and you may run risks
which no young girl ought to encounter.
And as for the risk
, there's risks
in pretty near everything a body does in this world.
Fentolin went on, "that I spend a great fortune buying the secrets of the world, that I live from day to day with the risk
of ignominious detection always hovering about me - do you think that I do this and am yet unprepared to run the final risks
of life and death?
I wonder whether the risks
and difficulties of keeping the nightgown were as much as I could manage, without having other risks
and difficulties added to them?
I have forgiven him once already, and would subject him to a long and hard trial before forgiving him again, if I could live; but I must not run that risk
But if I were sure they were raving--as I am morally certain one, at least, of them is down with fever--I should leave this camp, and at whatever risk
to my own carcass, take them the assistance of my skill.
But for a man to come in the ordinary course of things to be a good soldier costs him all the student suffers, and in an incomparably higher degree, for at every step he runs the risk
of losing his life.
Nor has any satisfactory reason been yet assigned for incurring that risk