They were going to keep him there for the night; but on my giving my name, and answering for his apparition next morning, he was permitted egress.
He returned warmly the grasp of the hand, answering merely, "I will see you again.
Hannah ain't a-going," said the first speaker, answering without looking at her.
Very nearly answering the question as you understand it.
After this answering look she suddenly pointed to the sinking sun, and said "Who made that, Mr. Carleton?
I was thinking of aunt Miriam," Fleda said in an answering whisper, without opening her eyes.
Fleda, answering Mr. Rossitur's look and tone of affection with a bright smile.
MADAM,--I hope you will believe that my delay in answering your letter could proceed only from my unwillingness to destroy any hope that you had formed.
They deny that there are any natural laws in political economy; they deny that there is any economic solution absolutely valid, or capable of answering in one economic situation because it has answered in another.
This criterion of social utility is the principle that ought to guide us in answering the question that is really raised by the particular socialist charge now under consideration, the question of the justice of interest on capital.
And, on the other hand, in that mutual self-revelation andanswering trust upon which every growing personal relation is built, every fresh revelation of God is an enlarging of our ideal for our relations to others.
The same narrative of the temptation, that so clearly implies supernatural powers in Christ, has its whole point in Christ's answering determination absolutely to subordinate these supernatural powers to moral and spiritual ends.
Birds were singing in the beech woods over on Orchard Knob Farm, answering to each other from shore to shore, until the very air was tremulous with the elfin music of this wonderful midsummer dawn.
I am George Goring," he said, slowly, and paused with anxious eyes fixed upon her, hoping that the name might yet stir some answering string of tenderness in the broken lyre of her mind.
There was no answering movement in the face--even when the sleeper at length firmly grasped the pen and suddenly sat up.
Her brows were frowning, her eyes stern as she had never before seen them, but they were assuredly hers, answering to the mood of her own mind.
He seemed to himself to pause noticeably before answering her with a meaningless half-laugh: "Of course I'll promise anything you like, dear.
His heart I see In thee with answeringcourtesy renew'd.
The pure romantic vein No gentler creature ever knew to feign Than thy fine Blanch, young with an elder grace, In all respects without rebuke or blame, Answering the antique freshness of her name.
The tone was so natural that Matilde again looked at him uneasily, and moved nearer to him, not answering Veronica.
There was no one else here," she said, answering his unspoken question.