fares the husband mated with a shrew, And her embraces very soon wax cold.
Tulliver, and Bessy too, as I'm not going to behave ill
because folks behave ill
to me; I know it's my place, as the eldest, to set an example in every respect, and I do it.
I could not forbear admiring at these odd appearances, both in town and country; and I made bold to desire my conductor, that he would be pleased to explain to me, what could be meant by so many busy heads, hands, and faces, both in the streets and the fields, because I did not discover any good effects they produced; but, on the contrary, I never knew a soil so unhappily cultivated, houses so ill
contrived and so ruinous, or a people whose countenances and habit expressed so much misery and want.
A third ill
effect of the exclusion would be, the depriving the community of the advantage of the experience gained by the chief magistrate in the exercise of his office.
Where have you been?' 'With Gretel.' 'What did you take her?' 'Took nothing, she gave me something.' 'What did Gretel give you?' 'She gave me a goat.' 'Where is the goat, Hans?' 'Put it in my pocket.' 'That was ill
done, Hans, you should have put a rope round the goat's neck.' 'Never mind, will do better next time.'
I take my vow, this is an ill
day for thee and me, Little John.
"Justine, you may remember, was a great favourite of yours; and I recollect you once remarked that if you were in an ill
humour, one glance from Justine could dissipate it, for the same reason that Ariosto gives concerning the beauty of Angelica--she looked so frank-hearted and happy.
'Let them be told, madam,' said I, 'that you had been well informed that he was not the man that you expected, and that you thought it was not safe to meddle with him; that you heard he was of an ill
temper, and that he boasted how he had used the women ill
upon many occasions, and that particularly he was debauched in his morals', etc.
"Monseigneur, your Eminence has ill
understood my words."
Elizabeth was not surprised at it, as Jane had written the direction remarkably ill
At the very beginning of the trial Raskolnikov's mother fell ill
. Dounia and Razumihin found it possible to get her out of Petersburg during the trial.
I have ill
repaid that trouble -- ill
repaid your kindness to me in after life.