for her tone implied
it, and something in her face made Meg color, and wish she had not been so frank.
No honest man will deny it," said the scout, a little nettled at the implied
distrust of his explanation of the mystery of the tides; "and I grant that it is true on the small scale, and where the land is level.
that the weaknesses and defects, the bad passions, the mean tendencies, and the moral diseases which lead to crime are handed down from one generation to another, by a far surer process of transmission than human law has been able to establish in respect to the riches and honors which it seeks to entail upon posterity.
Every gesture, every word, and even the silence of those with whom she came in contact, implied
, and often expressed, that she was banished, and as much alone as if she inhabited another sphere, or communicated with the common nature by other organs and senses than the rest of human kind.
It was the new religion of humanity--or you might say it was the fulfillment of the old religion, since it implied
but the literal application of all the teachings of Christ.
Knightley, with a smile which implied
a conviction of some part of what had passed between them.
The visit of the Miss Steeles at Barton Park was lengthened far beyond what the first invitation implied
Besides, school would be a complete change: it implied
a long journey, an entire separation from Gateshead, an entrance into a new life.
Although the statement thus presented implied
a weakness in Mrs.
Her tone and look implied
something that was not agreeable to me in connexion with the subject.
It was not Wildfire; and in a few moments more he discerned that the rider was not Dunstan, but Bryce, who pulled up to speak, with a face that implied
Perpetuity is implied
, if not expressed, in the fundamental law of all national governments.