I am writing, as a mother of a family, under a sense of responsibility
-- I am not writing with an interested motive.
His interview with Francine had doubled his sense of responsibility
toward Emily--while he was further than ever from seeing how he could interfere, to any useful purpose, in his present position, and with his reasons for writing under reserve.
And I, my lord," retorted the admiral, "I appeal to my own conscience, and to my own sense of responsibility
The receiving of this invitation brought to me a sense of responsibility
that it would be hard for any one not placed in my position to appreciate.
She was not theologically instructed enough to discern very clearly the relation between the sacred documents of the past which she opened without method, and her own obscure, simple life; but the spirit of rectitude, and the sense of responsibility
for the effect of her conduct on others, which were strong elements in Nancy's character, had made it a habit with her to scrutinize her past feelings and actions with self-questioning solicitude.
As she lifted her face to him, with large solemn eyes, expressive of her sense of responsibility
, Hardyman would have given every horse in his stables to have had the privilege of taking her in his arms and kissing her.
She had concluded that marriage was a greater folly, and men greater fools, than she had supposed; but such beliefs rather lightened her sense of responsibility
than disappointed her, and, as she had plenty of money, plenty of servants, plenty of visitors, and plenty of exercise on horseback, of which she was immoderately fond, her time passed pleasantly enough.
The head physician, feeling a sense of responsibility
, had sent for me.
more air; no one with any sense of responsibility
could have undertaken to decide.
He congratulated himself, he prided himself, upon possessing a daughter who had a sense of responsibility
and an understanding of life profound beyond her years.
And thus was consummated the work commenced by the Declaration of Independence--a work in which the people of the North American Union, acting under the deepest sense of responsibility
to the Supreme Ruler of the universe, had achieved the most transcendent act of power that social man in his mortal condition can perform--even that of dissolving the ties of allegiance by which he is bound to his country; of renouncing that country itself; of demolishing its government; of instituting another government; and of making for himself another country in its stead.
I feel as if it were not for me to record, even though this manuscript is intended for no eyes but mine, how hard I worked at that tremendous short-hand, and all improvement appertaining to it, in my sense of responsibility
to Dora and her aunts.