I hate to think
I've got to grow up, and be Miss March, and wear long gowns, and look as prim as a China Aster
You never think
of anything but your own selfishness.
I do not think
he is conceited either, in general," said Harriet, her conscience opposing such censure; "at least, he is very good natured, and I shall always feel much obliged to him, and have a great regard for but that is quite a different thing fromand you know, though he may like me, it does not follow that I shouldand certainly I must confess that since my visiting here I have seen peopleand if one comes to compare them, person and manners, there is no comparison at all, one is so very handsome and agreeable.
All this was not an uplifting thing to recall, but as the train whirled him through mountain passes and golden plains the man who was "coming alive" began to think
in a new way and he thought long and steadily and deeply.
Bartram is a stranger to you; and if you think
you can recover more easily and more pleasantly to yourself under the wing of your old governess than under the protection of your new brother-in-law, come to me first, and trust to my reconciling Norah to the change of plans.
Elizabeth was shocked to think
that, however incapable of such coarseness of EXPRESSION herself, the coarseness of the SENTIMENT was little other than her own breast had harboured and fancied liberal!
Of Dinah's affectionate entreaty to think
of her as a friend in trouble?
I mean," she cried, sorrowfully correcting herself, "that I think
I never shall, as far as the future can be answered for; I think
I never shall return his regard.
I am sure I don't know what they will think
of me when I get back.
that she used to plan, cold-bloodedly, when Billy was little, all she would do if only Martin should happen to die
But Tess did not think
of this; she took everything as her deserts, and hardly opened her mouth.
I write down these opinions not because I believe that this or any other thing was so because I thought so, but only because I did think
so and I want to be quite candid about all I thought and did.