That's what convinces, that is what has convinced
me," said Prince Andrew.
It can only be done, I am convinced
, by somebody having a great deal of the child in his own outlook and sensibilities.
I do not know why I should fear death, I who have died twice and am still alive; but yet I have the same horror of it as you who have never died, and it is because of this terror of death, I believe, that I am so convinced
of my mortality.
I blame myself severely for having so easily believed the slanderous tales invented by Charles Smith to the prejudice of Lady Susan, as I am now convinced
how greatly they have traduced her.
Well, Ned," said I, "is it possible that you are not convinced
of the existence of this cetacean that we are following?
All this very plausible reasoning does not convince me, as it has not convinced
the wisest of our Statesmen, that our ancestors erred in laying it down as an axiom of policy that the toleration of Irregularity is incompatible with the safety of the State.
I listened in admiration, and wanting to draw him out, that he might go on--Yes, Cephalus, I said: but I rather suspect that people in general are not convinced
by you when you speak thus; they think that old age sits lightly upon you, not because of your happy disposition, but because you are rich, and wealth is well known to be a great comforter.
I am not to give up my right to your protection and patronage, because you have commended my book: for though I acknowledge so many obligations to you, I do not add this to the number; in which friendship, I am convinced
, hath so little share: since that can neither biass your judgment, nor pervert your integrity.
But for life they yielded nothing, and Levin felt suddenly like a man who has changed his warm fur cloak for a muslin garment, and going for the first time into the frost is immediately convinced
, not by reason, but by his whole nature that he is as good as naked, and that he must infallibly perish miserably.
I came to inquire, but I was convinced
before I could ask the question.
A short Conversation between Augusta and her Brother, which I accidentally overheard encreased my dislike to her, and convinced
me that her Heart was no more formed for the soft ties of Love than for the endearing intercourse of Freindship.
If [1324a] there are any who are not convinced
by what I have said, their doubts shall be answered hereafter, at present we shall proceed according to our intended method.