Then the clustered brown towers perched on the green hilltop, and the old battlemented stone wall, stretching up and over the grassy ridge and disappearing in the leafy sea beyond, make a picture whose grace and beauty entirely satisfy
When Rowena had at last done all her duty by the people in the parlor, she went upstairs to satisfy
the longings of an overflow meeting there, for the parlor was not big enough to hold all the comers.
He thought he would satisfy
himself on that point; so he searched around till he found a small sandy spot with a little funnel-shaped depression in it.
The children managed to satisfy
their appetites by sitting modestly outside their neighbors' kitchen doors when meals were about to be served.
And the only explanation I can now think of does not entirely satisfy
me; but such as it is, I will give it.
If they are anxious to see you happily married, here is a man whose amiable character gives every assurance of it;if they wish to have you settled in the same country and circle which they have chosen to place you in, here it will be accomplished; and if their only object is that you should, in the common phrase, be well married, here is the comfortable fortune, the respectable establishment, the rise in the world which must satisfy
Trust to me and my books to satisfy
any amount of inquiry.
Lothario seeing the fixed determination of Anselmo, and not knowing what further examples to offer or arguments to urge in order to dissuade him from it, and perceiving that he threatened to confide his pernicious scheme to some one else, to avoid a greater evil resolved to gratify him and do what he asked, intending to manage the business so as to satisfy
Anselmo without corrupting the mind of Camilla; so in reply he told him not to communicate his purpose to any other, for he would undertake the task himself, and would begin it as soon as he pleased.
A plot of this kind would, doubtless, satisfy
the moral sense, but it would inspire neither pity nor fear; for pity is aroused by unmerited misfortune, fear by the misfortune of a man like ourselves.
Thanks, my brave lover; but as you are satisfied of my love, you must, in your turn, satisfy
me of yours.
Besides this, one cannot by fair dealing, and without injury to others, satisfy
the nobles, but you can satisfy
the people, for their object is more righteous than that of the nobles, the latter wishing to oppress, while the former only desire not to be oppressed.
Mrs Wilkins having therefore, by accident, gotten a true scent of the above story,--though long after it had happened, failed not to satisfy
herself thoroughly of all the particulars; and then acquainted the captain, that she had at last discovered the true father of the little bastard, which she was sorry, she said, to see her master lose his reputation in the country, by taking so much notice of.