Each night when she prepared for bed she smeared her face with some new unguent which she hoped illogicallywould give back the glow and freshness to her vanishing beauty.
But it is possible that Ah Fe illogically confounded this season with his old persecutors, the schoolchildren, who, being released from studious confinement, at this hour were generally most aggressive.
With this added discovery came that sense of uneasiness and indignation with which we illogically are apt to resent the withholding of a friend's confidence, even in matters concerning only himself.
If the thing is not done, or the brief is of no use, the case goes on irrelevantly, illogically and unintelligibly and the jury can not understand what is happening.
If the process is followed properly we get at the truth that what happens happens logically, but what is thought, is thought illogically even by women.
It discovers a real anthropomorphic influence at work on the outward aspects of the Fairy-Faith, and illogically takes that to be the origin of the Fairy-Faith.
Whereat Miss Olympia instantly and illogically burst into tears, and threw her small arms about Gabriel's huge bulk.
Singularly enough, the motive governing this party was exactly the reverse of that attributed--though illogically and without reason--to the Dutch.
He became an early proprietor and liberal benefactor of the Massachusetts Bay Company, but most illogically gave the debt due him from Plymouth Colony (L540) to the stronger and richer Bay Colony.
A certain feminine exasperation against herself was illogically and perversely turned upon Dick Colton as he strode around the corner of the piazza.
Rose Tweedie always admired it immensely, and, illogically enough, felt inclined to be more lenient on the rider.
For all that, she felt aggrieved, thinking illogically how different it was with Dan.
The praise given to him is not a priggish fiction of our conventional history, though such fictions have illogically curtailed it.
But it is worth noting once more how little they know of the history, and how illogically that little is chosen.
Mr. Robert Pagebrook certainly did not wish ill to Cousin Sudie, and yet he was heartily though illogically glad when he learned that that young lady was poor.
But love laughs at logic as well as at locksmiths, and so our logical young man very illogically concluded that the best thing to do in the premises was to consult Cousin Sudie.
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