The invigorating influences of this excess of oxygen upon the Martians indisputably
did much to counterbalance the increased weight of their bodies.
If we must reserve the sacred name of "poet" to a very small number, that humbler but perhaps still rarer title is due indisputably
You speak like an oracle, Helen, and all you say is indisputably
true; but listen here: I am hungry, and I see before me a good substantial dinner; I am told that if I abstain from this to-day I shall have a sumptuous feast to-morrow, consisting of all manner of dainties and delicacies.
The stove might be dismal-looking to some eyes, not to mine, but it was indisputably
very warm, and there were two gentlemen seated by it talking in French; impossible to follow their rapid utterance, or comprehend much of the purport of what they said--yet French, in the mouths of Frenchmen, or Belgians (I was not then sensible of the horrors of the Belgian accent) was as music to my ears.
In the case of primary substance this is indisputably
true, for the thing is a unit.
She kept her eyes fixed on the pug-dog, and with good reason; as far as appearances went, he was indisputably
the nobler animal of the two.
My good friend, as in all probability I own my present safety to that influence, it would ill become me to search too closely into its source; therefore, instead of condemning him for his intimacy with outlaws, you must give me leave to excuse any little irregularity there may be in such a connection; not altogether for preserving my life, for my own idea was that it never was in much danger, but certainly for saving me 4,000 piastres, which, being translated, means neither more nor less than 24,000 livres of our money -- a sum at which, most assuredly, I should never have been estimated in France, proving most indisputably
," added Albert with a laugh, "that no prophet is honored in his own country.
Perhaps it was my costume which intimidated him, for I was well and fashionably dressed, after the manner of a man who belongs to indisputably
Malicorne, and you must possess some indisputably
excellent qualities to have pleased that egotistical Manicamp.
As Mr Shepherd perceived that this connexion of the Crofts did them no service with Sir Walter, he mentioned it no more; returning, with all his zeal, to dwell on the circumstances more indisputably
in their favour; their age, and number, and fortune; the high idea they had formed of Kellynch Hall, and extreme solicitude for the advantage of renting it; making it appear as if they ranked nothing beyond the happiness of being the tenants of Sir Walter Elliot: an extraordinary taste, certainly, could they have been supposed in the secret of Sir Walter's estimate of the dues of a tenant.
Besides, it must be established indisputably
that her grandfather was a very great man.
As the Count was so indisputably
in the right that it was impossible to argue against him, the mob answered only by redoubled clamour and horrible threats, to which the Count opposed the most perfect urbanity.