Ere long, however, there rose obscurely on her mind a doubt
which perplexed and distressed her.
And though men of the highest genius study this question as long as they please, I do not believe that they will be able to give any reason which can be sufficient to remove this doubt
, unless they presuppose the existence of God.
That he was cold all over and all through did not admit of a doubt
; he knew it himself.
My Elinor, is it possible to doubt
The jury who tried me doubted
it--and have left that doubt
that?" said the niece; "but, uncle, who mixes you up in these quarrels?
Now, this conclusion (which is that of the story as we have it upon record) is, no doubt
, excessively proper and pleasant -- but alas!
"I lay it down as a general rule, Harriet, that if a woman doubts
as to whether she should accept a man or not, she certainly ought to refuse him.
! Did you hear what he left fall the other day when we were there?
When our eyes first met, she regarded me with a wistful, questioning look, as if she were troubled by some doubt
which she shrunk from expressing in words.
Those have been very blessed years to me, and I feel that if I was to listen to any voice that would draw me aside from that path, I should be turning my back on the light that has shone upon me, and darkness and doubt
would take hold of me.
With characteristic promptness and audacity he set about this at once, and we cannot doubt
that the boots or chamber-maid of the hotel was well bribed to help him in his design.