And Michael, who with a single careless
paw-stroke could have broken Cocky's slender neck and put out for ever the brave brightness of Cocky's eyes, was careful of him from the first.
The next morning, at break of day, he borrowed a gun, and was off among the hills, nor was anything more seen of him until a few minutes after the party had encamped for the evening, when he again made his appearance, in his usual frank, careless
manner, and threw down the carcass of another noble deer, which he had borne on his back for a considerable distance.
By the bye," said I, trying to take Captain Nemo's careless
tone, "are you afraid of sharks, brave Ned?"
And now Spring beckons me with verdant hand, And Nature's wealth of eloquence doth win Forth to the fragrant-bowered nectarine, Where my dear friends abide, a careless
He longed to kiss his father's hands and kneel to beg his forgiveness, but said, in a careless
and even rude voice, that it happens to everyone!
For example, I began by stating that your brother was careless
. When you observe the lower part of that watch-case you notice that it is not only dinted in two places, but it is cut and marked all over from the habit of keeping other hard objects, such as coins or keys, in the same pocket.
to conceal the unfavorable impression that she had produced on him, Alban answered roughly, "Straight on," and tried to pass her.
I've been knocking about the world for years, and have got careless
, but I want my girl to be what I call well-educated, even if she studies nothing but the three 'Rs' for a year to come.
"We must get rid of Mandelet; he is getting too old and careless
. He said he would be here at half-past seven; now it must be eight.
Lord George was young and would take no warning; he was a hard rider, and would hunt whenever he could get the chance, quite careless
of his horse.
"No," said Godfrey, with a keen decisiveness of tone, in contrast with his usually careless
and unemphatic speech--"there's debts we can't pay like money debts, by paying extra for the years that have slipped by.
I imagine that a pickpocket, proud of his light fingers, must feel a sort of indignation with the careless
woman who leaves in a cab a vanity-bag with all her jewels in it.