There are not half
a dozen lines more that I can make out
When I tell you to come in at a certain time I mean that time and not half
an hour later.
I told him, that as he worked so hard at bogging, he required thick boots and stout clothing, which yet were soon soiled and worn out, but I wore light shoes and thin clothing, which cost not half
so much, though he might think that I was dressed like a gentleman (which, however, was not the case), and in an hour or two, without labor, but as a recreation, I could, if I wished, catch as many fish as I should want for two days, or earn enough money to support me a week.
Perceiving the bird was flown, at least despairing to find him, and rightly apprehending that the report of the firelock would alarm the whole house, our heroe now blew out his candle, and gently stole back again to his chamber, and to his bed; whither he would not have been able to have gotten undiscovered, had any other person been on the same staircase, save only one gentleman who was confined to his bed by the gout; for before he could reach the door to his chamber, the hall where the centinel had been posted was half full of people, some in their shirts, and others not half
drest, all very earnestly enquiring of each other what was the matter.
I have nothing to look for but what my own labour can bring me; and while that little pink-faced chit Amelia, with not half
my sense, has ten thousand pounds and an establishment secure, poor Rebecca (and my figure is far better than hers) has only herself and her own wits to trust to.
Princess Shtcherbatskaya considered that it was out of the question for the wedding to take place before Lent, just five weeks off, since not half
the trousseau could possibly be ready by that time.
Bounderby thinks as father thinks, and is a great deal rougher, and not half
It so happens,' said Clennam, 'that just now, not half
an hour before you came down, I was saying the same thing to Pancks, who looked in here.
In three years he was better off than his neighbours, in six he was well-to-do, in nine he was rich, and in twelve there were not half
a dozen men in the whole of Salt Lake City who could compare with him.
So she quickly left the field in which she had been so busy; and, as her work was not half done, the grain looked, next day, as if it needed both sun and rain, and as if it were blighted in the ear, and had something the matter with its roots.
It flickered, and struggled with the duskiness, but could not half light up the gloomy cavern with all its melancholy glimmer.
The cook's made dishes and artificial dainties were not half so delicious, in the good child's opinion, as the simple fare to which Mother Ceres had accustomed her.