The Trust could put milk upon the market more cheaply
I went to see him because I was told he had a large black pearl which he was willing to sell cheaply
, and when I discovered that it was beyond my means I began to talk to him about Strickland.
"I am weary of my cheaply
won success in the pulpit.
He knew he must hire laborers as cheaply
as possible; but to hire men under bond, paying them in advance at less than the current rate of wages, was what he must not do, even though it was very profitable.
I think we were all pleased to be so cheaply
quit of him.
A lonely brother, many thousands of miles away, writing, on paper blotted with tears, that her words had too soon come true, and that all the treasures in the world would be cheaply
bartered for a sight of her dear face?
Odsbodikins, it was but a dull lie, a most indifferent invention, but you should have seen them seize it and swallow it, in the frenzy of their fright, as it were sal- vation sent from heaven; and all the while was I laughing in my sleeve the one moment, to see them so cheaply
deceived, and glorifying God the next, that He was content to let the meanest of His creatures be His instrument to the saving of thy life.
In the pew directly in front of us sat an elderly lady, plainly and cheaply
dressed; at her side sat a young lady with a very sweet face, and she also was quite simply dressed; but around us and about us were clothes and jewels which it would do anybody's heart good to worship in.
"That," said the duchess, "is more like giving oneself slaps than lashes; I am sure the sage Merlin will not be satisfied with such tenderness; worthy Sancho must make a scourge with claws, or a cat-o'-nine tails, that will make itself felt; for it's with blood that letters enter, and the release of so great a lady as Dulcinea will not be granted so cheaply
, or at such a paltry price; and remember, Sancho, that works of charity done in a lukewarm and half-hearted way are without merit and of no avail."
And as for your life, it is forfeit to your eagerness to buy my herd of cattle so cheaply
. Now sit you down again and make good cheer, Sheriff, for charity!
When it came, I saw that he was a sturdy man, cheaply
but not shabbily dressed; his head was bent under his body, and he lay crumpled up close to the fence, as though he had been flung violently against it.
Trust me, don't let us try to do things cheaply
. Great undertakings come poorly off with paltry means."