They did not fight duels and would have thought a duel with a civilian like me an utterly unseemly procedure in any case--and they looked upon the duel altogether as something impossible, something free-thinking
He might make her repent of her shocking free-thinking
ways; he might urge her to do her duty, and cast off that odious reprobate who has disgraced himself and his family; and he might induce her to do justice to my dear girls and the two boys, who require and deserve, I am sure, every assistance which their relatives can give them."
As she was boasting now of her piety, so she had boasted then of her lost faith and hope, and had mockingly declared her free-thinking
opinions to be the result of her ill-assorted marriage.
The crafty Mahtoree, who saw that his free-thinking
was not likely to produce a favourable impression on the old man, instantly changed his ground, by alluding to the more immediate subject of their interview.
You are lying and slandering from some spite against me, simply from pique, because I did not agree with your free-thinking
, godless, social propositions!"
But, because they knew and loved the lama, because he was an old man, because he sought the Way, because he was their guest, and because he collogued long of nights with the head-priest - as free-thinking
a metaphysician as ever split one hair into seventy - they murmured assent.
If Great Britain wants to survive as a genuinely democratic, free-thinking
, independentlytrading state and important financial centre, it is absolutely vital that we shed the leaden boots of a federalising Europe, and remain fleet of foot.
It seems that some who claim to be progressive, free-thinking
liberals are not very free-thinking
uThe second CNN Philippines Women's Summit opens up discussions on women empowerment, gender balance in the workplace, and raising strong, free-thinking
But those free-thinking
21st-century parents should know they're not the first to experiment with imaginative names.
Ashworth should look for a candidate with previous international experience, with charisma, self-belief and a tendency to treat his players like free-thinking
adults, while expecting them to play and behave as such.
Written by Henrik Ibsen in 1881, Ghosts tells the story of Helene Alving, a free-thinking
wealthy widow in a rural Scandinavian village.