There was about him also that glamour of experience and of mystery which attracts
a woman's interest, and finally her love.
Not wishing to attract
attention in Copan itself, Professor Bumper and his party made a detour, and finally, after much consultation with Tom over the ancient maps, the scientist announced that he thought they were in the vicinity of the buried city.
There were one or two men whom she observed at the soiree musicale; but she would never have felt moved to any kittenish display to attract
their notice--to any feline or feminine wiles to express herself toward them.
Music seems scarcely to attract
him, and though he admires Elinor's drawings very much, it is not the admiration of a person who can understand their worth.
Lorry, and do you make any gesture that will attract
The POWER which can originate the disposition of honors and emoluments, is more likely to attract
than to be attracted
by the POWER which can merely obstruct their course.
He would attract
her attention, and reassure her by a smiling greeting from a greater distance.
Philip of Macedon, not the father of Alexander the Great, but he who was conquered by Titus Quintius, had not much territory compared to the greatness of the Romans and of Greece who attacked him, yet being a warlike man who knew how to attract
the people and secure the nobles, he sustained the war against his enemies for many years, and if in the end he lost the dominion of some cities, nevertheless he retained the kingdom.
They did not appear to attract
the observation of the crowd around them, but I must candidly confess that for my, own part, I stared at them most pertinaciously.
For this reason she conserved her energies and her voice until she could see that they had approached near enough to the camp to attract
the succor she craved.
Closing his eyes, he bowed a la francaise, without taking leave, and trying to attract
as little attention as possible, he left the room.
And certainly there is much in the book, thus effectively presented to the English reader, to attract
those who interest themselves in the study of the finer types of human nature, of literary expression, of metaphysical and practical philosophy; to attract
, above all, those interested in such philosophy, at points where it touches upon questions of religion, and especially at the present day.