He hath tasted it so sweet that he will not believe it to be bitter, though he cannot answer all that is said against it.
And Christ would give them no answer that should insnare himself, or encourage usurpation, or countenance their sedition: teaching us much more to pay tribute cheerfully to our lawful governors, and to avoid all sedition and offence.
It is like as if you should answer your adversary in the court, when your witnesses are all dismissed or out of the way, and all your evidences are absent, and perhaps your counsellor and advocate too.
And if thou do pretend to worship him with that filthy tongue, what canst thou expect in answer to thy prayers, but a vengeance worse than Nadab and Abihu's, Lev.
Thus I became free to answer your poor father's advertisement, and was accepted by him for the post, oddly enough.
Within thirty days they must appear before the register and receiver and file answer to the contest, and he assured them that forbearance upon their part would serve to strengthen their case with the Commissioner.
Now remember, boy, do go and file your answerto those contests--all of you!
I know I can't answer for my self, what I'm liable to do if they bother me; and I'm about the mildest one in the bunch.
There's a carload of--" He pulled in his head hurriedly and laid supple fingers on the telegraph key to answer a call, and the Happy Family moved down to the other end of the platform where there was more shade.
Andy seemed to have thought it all out, and to have an answer for every objection.
I imagined that this answer did not perfectly satisfy her; yet she received it with a certain air of acquiescence.
At length she said, "Your language is so singular, that I am at a loss how to answer it.
I might be thankful that he did not answer such a petition with a horse-whipping.
In answer to his eager interrogations, I related what I knew.
Tom is my brother, but who can be supposed to answer for a brother's integrity?
I stayed not to answer or parley, but hurried forward.
I urged him in the most vehement terms to remount his horse and to fly; I endeavoured to preclude all inquiries respecting myself or Wallace; promising to follow him immediately, and answer all his questions at Malverton.
In answer to this question, I stated by what singular means his situation had been made known to me, and the purpose from the accomplishment of which I had just returned.
In answer to my question, she answered that both her parents were sick, and that they could receive no one.
In answer to my eager interrogations, he could give no other information than that she had been captured by the British.
And, although she did not answer to this, she gave him a bright look that lingered in his memory for many a day afterward.
King's answer granting the royal pardon, occur in the Correspondence published by General Sir John Murray, in 1829.
Here I met and afterwards bought theanswer to General Monk's letter, which is a very good one, and I keep it by me.
I came to her again and went with her to her lodging and from thence to Mr. Crew's, where I advised with him what to do about my Lord's lodgings and what answer to give to Sir Ant.
This I desire you to communicate with Sir William Coventry and Mr. Garroway to be delivered as my answer to the House of Commons, it being the same I gave you this morning.
From thence by coach upon the desire of the principal officers to a Master of Chancery to give Mr. Stowell his oath, whereby he do answer that he did hear Phineas Pett say very high words against the King a great while ago.
Cooper and did give him some answer from my Lord and he did give us leave to keep the lodgings still.
Taylor began a discourse of something that he had lately writ about Gavelkind in answer to one that had wrote a piece upon the same subject; and indeed discovered a great deal of study in antiquity in his discourse.
And if he chooses to answer to that name--After all, I am not the keeper of his conscience.
His answersurprised her; he burst out, "The villain!
The answer had been so long on the road he hadn't an idea what it was an answer to.
Then he turned gravely to Margaret: "Wilt answer me a question, my pretty mistress?