Very well; I hope you feel the content you express: at any rate, your good sense will tell you that it is too soon yet to yield to the vacillating
fears of Lot's wife.
Oh, it must have been the young man, certainly, for he was strong and industrious, while the abbe was aged and weak; besides, his mind was too vacillating
to allow him to carry out an idea.
unutterable wo--yes, inexorable girl, your vacillating
'yes' has rendered me the impersonation of that oppressive sentiment, of which your beauty and excellence have become the mocking reality.
He would not be vacillating
again--he WOULD do what he had meant to do, this time.
God knows I am not by nature vindictive; I would not hurt a man because I can no longer trust or like him; but neither my reason nor feelings are of the vacillating
order--they are not of that sand-like sort where impressions, if soon made, are as soon effaced.
But, under the real circumstances of the case, if we are to suppose gold the motive of this outrage, we must also imagine the perpetrator so vacillating
an idiot as to have abandoned his gold and his motive together.
The sheriff heard these opinions with great indignation; and when he completed the last arrangement for the division, by carrying with his own hands a trout of a large size, and placing it on four different piles in succession, as his vacillating
ideas of justice required, gave vent to his spleen.
Her resolve, however, had been taken, and it seemed vacillating
even to childishness to abandon it now, unless for graver reasons.
It was no simple girl made with a little of our earth, and dimly lighted within by the vacillating
ray of a woman's soul.
In the second category Pierre reckoned himself and others like him, seeking and vacillating
, who had not yet found in Freemasonry a straight and comprehensible path, but hoped to do so.
how clear it was that she would be vacillating
, emotional, and when you said something to her it would make no more lasting impression than the stroke of a stick upon water.
His days were filled with morbid self-pity, which eventually engendered in his weak and vacillating
mind a hatred for those who had sent him here--for the very men he had at first inwardly thanked for saving him from the ignominy of degradation.