jealous; so jealous, in short, and so enraged against me, that, in the fury of her temper, I should not be surprized at her appealing to her guardian, if she had the liberty of addressing him: but there your husband stands my friend; and the kindest, most amiable action of his life was his throwing her off for ever on her marriage.
In all my dealings with the Moors, I have always discovered in them an ill- natured cowardice, which makes them insupportably
insolent if you show them the least respect, and easily reduced to reasonable terms when you treat them with a high hand.
They thought I was so madly infatuated by the seductions of that unhappy lady that I was determined to support her in the very face of reason; and meantime I grow insupportably
morose and misanthropical from the idea that every one I met was harbouring unworthy thoughts of the supposed Mrs.
Maria's intelligence concluded with a tender effusion of pity for her sister Anne, whom she represented as insupportably
cross, from being excluded the party.
"Hold my stirrup, Bazin," cried Aramis; and Aramis sprang into the saddle with his usual grace and agility, but after a few vaults and curvets of the noble animal his rider felt his pains come on so insupportably
that he turned pale and became unsteady in his seat.
Possibly another quarter of an hour elapsed before Mr Pancks's step was heard upon the stairs, but the interval seemed to Clennam insupportably
He asked a third time in a manner insupportably
As Sobchack (1984) has observed, the natural death, "insupportably
subversive of our culture's myth of process as progress, has led to the spatial displacement of lived-bodies undergoing the process of decay" (p.
(248) When addressing the risk of erroneous deprivation, the Court indicated that there were some circumstances where the parent's incapacity and the complexity of the proceedings would make the risk insupportably