He was always in excellent spirits, ever ready to be of service to a friend, lived with much moderation on victuals of the best quality procurable, took his autumnal holiday abroad in a gentlemanly manner.
Show him this much respect, dearest; join him abroad now; let him see that you desire his kindness.
And high time, I think," said Miss Wardour, "when we are threatened with invasion from abroad and insurrection at home.
I don't suppose we have time to cable abroad and trace the particular branch of the family to which she claims to belong, but I have a hunch that she is not working altogether in the interest of Europe.
They are sent here by various governments abroad to find out things which we would like to keep secret and their presence helps to keep Washington cosmopolitan and--interesting.
The stones were sold abroad and presumably they were headed for Hamburg--which would appear to point to a German boat.
Citizens whose uneasy rest had been cut short by the tension of dread were early abroadin search of news.
They seem to require unconditional submission abroad as well as at home.
We all know that such an experiment would result in bottling up darkness for themselves, while exactly the same amount of sunshine remained abroad for the use of their neighbors.
A few years hence, the opinion of the world will be a matter in which I have not even the most transient interest; but this book will be abroadon its mission of humanity, long after the hand that wrote it is mingling with the dust.
Sons of Master Will and Harry bornabroad in Foreign Lands!
We will smuggle you abroad and you will forget all your troubles.
You know what tragic rumours were abroad in Paris like wild-fire, soon after the death of the President.
I always walked abroad at sunset, and it is in the sunset-light that I always see the fields now when far away.
He had a scheme for going abroad again; he could do better there, he said; he had friends who would help him.
When he had recovered he went away to spread the glad news abroad that a large body of madmen had arrived thirsting for oranges, and, moreover, eager to pay for them.
There was, indeed, no encouragement to wander abroad even if you could get out without the aid of a shoe-horn.
So there he lay, till some came by, who took him up, carried him home, where he lay for some time, before he could go abroad again.
And by and by it is noysed abroad that Mr. Badman had shut up Shop, was gone, and could trade no longer.
Now we believe that some of these things published abroad would do good, and we should have more peace.
Some of them have lived abroad among the whites, and have learned to read and write, with perhaps some small smattering of arithmetic.
There is no need here for Donner with his hammer: the All-father himself is abroad in wrath and majesty, and his daughters laugh and rejoice in the riot.
No abatements or exemptions were allowed to persons not resident in the United Kingdom, except in the case of crown servants and persons residing abroad on account of their health.
Thus a Phoenician colonist might desire to carry abroad the cult of a certain Baal or Astarte who lived in a conical stone or pillar.
Far enough to be abroad for the day, and perhaps over night!
She tried again to build a world of fantasy, of unreal delight, around her; to close her eyes, and wander abroad with her imagination.
Cleopatra of course knew, as all Alexandria knew, that Cornelia and Fabia were Roman ladies of the highest rank, who had been forced to take refuge abroad until the political crisis was over.
In the plentitude of the glory of his newly acquired freedom, he had come abroad in an elegant new toga; but he had laid it on a chair when he entered the room.
None stirredabroad who could avoid it; and with the exception of such rare interruptions as we have mentioned, the storm and darkness held undisputed possession of the city.
In fact, it was unsafe alike in town and country to stir abroad after dark in any district affording wealth and aristocracy sufficient to tempt the enterprise of professional gentlemen.
Whatever has been done in that line in recent times is to all intents and purposes due to stimulation from abroad and, in so far, artificial.
I therefore offer to go abroad and give up all my dominions.
The Italian romances of the fourteenth century were spread abroad in great numbers.
Sometimes their business was with my mistress, but still more frequently was it with de Vilela, for it had gone abroad that he was with us, and that he was in the confidence of the King of Spain, from whom he had a mission to the Irish.
Nowadays he is seldom so cheap; he carries the cultivator, his wife and children, to fair or market, and takes the village banker and money-lender abroad to view the crops and collect debts.
The bear, the monkey, the goat, and sometimes the bull, are led abroad to fairs by men of low caste.
You may hear cats spoken of with mistrust for this peculiarity, for natives dislike being abroad at night.