"He does love you, but he just can't help doin' it.
I love you, I am your slave, but I just can't help defendin' my bone.
Shelby; "and I respect your feelings, too, though I don't pretend to share them to their full extent; but I tell you now, solemnly, it's of no use--I can't help myself.
Ministers can't help the evil, perhaps,--can't cure it, any more than we can,--but defend it!--it always went against my common sense.
I can't help
hoping all the time that Bowen and the girl have found the others; the last Bowen knew of them, there were six left, all told--the mate Bradley, the engineer Olson, and Wilson, Whitely, Brady and Sinclair.
A little while after, Catherine thought the door was still very heavy: so she whispered to Frederick, 'I must throw the vinegar down.' 'Pray don't,' answered he, 'it will discover us.' 'I can't help
that,' said she, 'go it must.' So she poured all the vinegar down; and the thieves said, 'What a heavy dew there is!'
`Oh, you can't help
that,' said the Cat: `we're all mad here.
I'm homely and awkward and odd and old, and you'd be ashamed of me, and we should quarrel--we can't help it even now, you see-and I shouldn't like elegant society and you would, and you'd hate my scribbling, and I couldn't get on without it, and we should be unhappy, and wish we hadn't done it, and everything would be horrid!"
I'm disappointed, but the girl can't help it, and the only thing left for you to do is to go away for a time.
It 's very wrong, but I can't help
it.' How do you like that?" asked Fanny.
But there, if a woman's husband can't rule her of course a servant can't; so I wash my hands of it, and if she can't get to the duchess' garden party I can't help
And Charley said again, "No, miss, nor I can't help
it." And so, after all, I did cry for joy indeed, and so did she.