They therefore brought before a general and extraordinary Assembly of all the States of Flatland a Bill proposing that in every Woman
the half containing the eye and mouth should be coloured red, and the other half green.
now hath the world become perfect!"--thus thinketh every woman
when she obeyeth with all her love.
To speak of it would be to attach importance to what has no importance." She remembered how she had told her husband of what was almost a declaration made her at Petersburg by a young man, one of her husband's subordinates, and how Alexey Alexandrovitch had answered that every woman
living in the world was exposed to such incidents, but that he had the fullest confidence in her tact, and could never lower her and himself by jealousy.
To be sure, it would be more properer to come from your own mouth; but as your la'ship doth not care to foul your tongue with his nasty name--"--"You are mistaken, Honour," says Sophia; "my father was determined before he ever thought fit to mention it to me."--"More shame for him," cries Honour: "you are to go to bed to him, and not master: and thof a man may be a very proper man, yet every woman
mayn't think him handsome alike.
She did gather, after a time, however, that there was no woman there who had a home to give him, though every woman
seemed to think that some of the others might take him, as there were several who had no little boys of their own already in their homes.
He had never walked anywhere arm-in-arm with Colonel Wallis(who was a fine military figure, though sandy-haired) without observing that every woman
's eye was upon him; every woman
's eye was sure to be upon Colonel Wallis." Modest Sir Walter!
Then she thinks that every woman
who has leisure should take up the study of some branch of science, and that, as far as possible, every woman
should qualify herself for some trade or profession, choosing for preference those which have been hitherto monopolized by men.
A fine head of hair is the pride and joy of every woman
To such an extent had Natasha let herself go that the way she dressed and did her hair, her ill-chosen words, and her jealousy- she was jealous of Sonya, of the governess, and of every woman
, pretty or plain- were habitual subjects of jest to those about her.
that had a sick baby brought it along, and every woman
that hadn't, borrowed one.
"If Ladd was a Mormon, I guess he could have every woman
in North Riverboro that's a suitable age, accordin' to what my cousins say," remarked Mrs.
The gentleness, modesty, and sweetness of her character were warmly expatiated on; that sweetness which makes so essential a part of every woman
's worth in the judgment of man, that though he sometimes loves where it is not, he can never believe it absent.