Yes; even if a gentleman should lose his whole substance, he must never give way to annoyance.
In his opinion, such conduct would greatly compromise him--especially if I were to lose much.
Nonetheless she insisted that I ought to go halves with her in the day's winnings, and offered me 800 gulden on condition that henceforth, I gambled only on those terms; but I refused to do so, once and for all--stating, as my reason, that I found myself unable to play on behalf of any one else, "I am not unwilling so to do," I added, "but in all probability I should lose.
It contains my money, and other things that I prize far more highly--my mother's letters, and some family relics which I should be very sorry to lose
Of course it was that very green Shelley which the young stranger wouldn't lose
for the world.
To abandon the square was to lose
it to his opponent and win for himself ignoble and immediate death before the jeering populace.
The prisoner did not wish to lose
time; and she resolved to make that very evening some attempts to ascertain the nature of the ground she had to work upon, by studying the characters of the men to whose guardianship she was committed.
One of the worst loses
of the season was an overtime defeat to the Nets.
Here is a perfect illustration of what can happen if an athlete loses
weight too quickly: A 200-pound running back who is 20.
1033(g), a property owner who loses
rental property can reinvest in a building that is like-kind, which is a broader definition than the functionally similar or related in service or use criterion of Sec.