cried Don Quixote in a loud voice; "we have no right to take vengeance for wrongs that love may do to us: remember love and war are the same thing, and as in war it is allowable and common to make use of wiles and stratagems to overcome the enemy, so in the contests and rivalries of love the tricks
and devices employed to attain the desired end are justifiable, provided they be not to the discredit or dishonour of the loved object.
If, however, the Emperor of Russia ratifies that convention, I will ratify it; but it is only a trick
It was necessary to deceive that ugly Sorcerer and the Prince, as well as their stupid people; but I don't mind telling you, who are my friends, that the thing was only a trick
It's a little tiresome to walk backward, but that is the only way to pass this part of the road, which has a trick
of sliding back and carrying with it anyone who is walking upon it.
All of Daylight's horse knowledge and horse sense was called into play, while Bob, in turn, worked every trick
in his lexicon.
Another of his deliberate tricks
was one discovered by accident.
He bore himself a bit stiffly at first, oppressed by a sense of his own awkwardness, especially of his shoulders, which were up to their old trick
of threatening destruction to furniture and ornaments.
He had fought more fights, knew how to meet more tricks
and methods, and had more tricks
himself, while his own method was scarcely to be improved upon.
and device he employed, butting in the clinches with the seeming of accident, pinioning Rivera's glove between arm and body, heeling his glove on Rivera's mouth to clog his breathing.
If it is true that in the moment of agony and nearness to death she is genuinely penitent, and I, taking it for a trick
, refuse to go?
, also, upon her father were not calculated to lessen her hatred, and so she sought about for means to aid the Sheriff in catching the enemy.
None of the tricks
that he was ever eager to do for Steward, would Michael do for Kwaque, despite the fact that Kwaque had no touch of meanness or viciousness in him.