But, if it be ever realized, I shall owe more than I could deserve in a century of atonement to one who atoned more nobly
than I ever can.
If she can do that--for conscience' sake, and for pity's sake--to her own prejudice, to her own shame, to her own loss--then her repentance has nobly
revealed the noble nature that is in her; then she is a woman to be trusted, respected, beloved
But 'Pilgrim's Progress,' let it be said frankly, will always find a dozen readers where Milton has one by choice, and no man can afford to think otherwise than respectfully of achievements which speak powerfully and nobly
to the underlying instincts and needs of all mankind.
Your father helped me nobly once upon a time, and I shall always have a few crowns to spare for you; but never tell any lies, and do not be ashamed to own to your faults.
In the extreme neatness and cleanliness beneath which she had striven to hid her poverty I read all the terrible sufferings of her life; she was nobly reticent about them in her effort to spare my feelings, and only alluded to them after I had solemnly promised to adopt our child.
A beautiful woman is a picture which drives all beholders nobly mad.
If history were truly told, if life were nobly spent, it would be no longer easy or possible to distinguish the one from the other.
The writer, indeed, seems to think himself obliged to keep even pace with time, whose amanuensis he is; and, like his master, travels as slowly through centuries of monkish dulness, when the world seems to have been asleep, as through that bright and busy age so nobly
distinguished by the excellent Latin poet--
And then Sviazhsky (he was there too) said something too, very handsomely and nobly
Indeed, the mercury itself is not so variable as this class of passengers, whom you will see, when the ship is going nobly through the water, quite pale with admiration, swearing that the captain beats all captains ever known, and even hinting at subscriptions for a piece of plate; and who, next morning, when the breeze has lulled, and all the sails hang useless in the idle air, shake their despondent heads again, and say, with screwed-up lips, they hope that captain is a sailor - but they shrewdly doubt him.
At length and at last, the promised wind came up in right good earnest, and away we went before it, with every stitch of canvas set, slashing through the water nobly.
It's time for an Ermine Amnesty where we ask all those noblemen, like Warner, Alan Sugar and no doubt Peter Mandelson, who no longer have any affinity to the people who gave them their title, to act nobly
and toss their robes in a big bin outside the Lords.