The other, who appeared to share equally in the attention of the young officer, concealed her charms from the gaze of the soldiery with a care that seemed better fitted
to the experience of four or five additional years.
But I had not proceeded far, when I began to bethink me that the captain with whom I was to sail yet remained unseen by me; though, indeed, in many cases, a whale-ship will be completely fitted
out, and receive all her crew on board, ere the captain makes himself visible by arriving to take command; for sometimes these voyages are so prolonged, and the shore intervals at home so exceedingly brief, that if the captain have a family, or any absorbing concernment of that sort, he does not trouble himself much about his ship in port, but leaves her to the owners till all is ready for sea.
A township where one primitive forest waves above while another primitive forest rots below--such a town is fitted
to raise not only corn and potatoes, but poets and philosophers for the coming ages.
I feel fitted
to cope with any child that ever was born int' the world
There is nobody in Highbury who deserves himand he has been here a whole year, and has fitted
up his house so comfortably, that it would be a shame to have him single any longerand I thought when he was joining their hands today, he looked so very much as if he would like to have the same kind office done for him
thought the man, 'so it must be my good office for which I am not fitted
This deficiency, however, his ingenuity supplied, for he contrived a kind of half-helmet of pasteboard which, fitted
on to the morion, looked like a whole one.
It is not to be doubted, that a single man of prudence and good sense is better fitted
, in delicate conjunctures, to balance the motives which may plead for and against the remission of the punishment, than any numerous body whatever.
Here new expeditions were fitted
out and took their departure for Lake Michigan and the Mississippi; Lake Superior and the Northwest; and here the peltries brought in return were embarked for Montreal.
Thus Friar Tuck sang in a rich and mellow voice, rolling his head from side to side in time with the music, and when he had done, all clapped their hands and shouted with laughter, for the song fitted