Sir Percival's suggestion, politely as it was expressed, appeared to her, as it appeared to me, to point very delicately at the hesitation
which her manner had betrayed a moment or two since.
He strode without hesitation
to the table where Mr.
In the regiment there was a peculiar kind of hesitation
denoted in the attitudes of the men.
"How the devil did you come to Belle-Isle?" asked he of D'Artagnan; "and what do you want to do here?" It was necessary to reply without hesitation
. To hesitate in his answer to Porthos would have been a check, for which the self-love of D'Artagnan would never have consoled itself.
The world has treated him badly, and he has no hesitation
in saying that he means to get some part of his own back again.
Again there was a certain amount of hesitation
in his manner.
Geniuses are rare and, without being at all an undue praiser of times past, one can say without hesitation
that until the appearance of Hugh Lofting, the successor of Miss Yonge, Mrs.
In those days I read not only all the new books, but I made many forays into the past, and came back now and then with rich spoil, though I confess that for the most part I had my trouble for my pains; and I wish now that I had given the time I spent on the English classics to contemporary literature, which I have not the least hesitation
in saying I like vastly better.
At this the man glanced down at his civilian attire, lifted his eyes, and said with hesitation
Without a moment's hesitation
, he started to step over him, but he had just raised one leg when the Serpent shot up like a spring and the Marionette fell head over heels backward.
Godfrey took advantage of this hesitation
to get back again to his bedroom before you came out, and discovered him.
before he had taken the step had since turned into susceptibility to every hint that he would have been wiser not to take it; and hence came his heat towards Lydgate--a heat which still kept him restless.