But the advisers n'entendent pas de cette oreille, voila le mal
.* Some want a thing- others don't.
"Mais ce n'est pas mal
! Elle s'y connait, elle a de la force, oui."
In his heart he hoped that Foinet would look at his picture, and that rare smile would come into his face, and he would shake Philip's hand and say: "Pas mal
. Go on, my lad.
'Honi soit qui mal
y pense.' You wanted an answer a minute ago -- there it is for you, my dear, in the choicest Norman-French."
"Honi soit qui mal
y pense," murmured I, significantly.
He has no right to forget that he is an ani- mal
and in me there is something that is Greek.
He muttered through his teeth, "Mal
. Je ne dors plus." He moved off to stand at the window with his back to the room.
As he turned over the pages, his eye fell on the poem about the hand of Lacenaire, the cold yellow hand "du supplice encore mal
lavee," with its downy red hairs and its "doigts de faune." He glanced at his own white taper fingers, shuddering slightly in spite of himself, and passed on, till he came to those lovely stanzas upon Venice:
Goodfellow went on for some half hour longer in this strain, very much to the credit both of his head and of his heart; but your warm-hearted people are seldom apposite in their observations -- they run into all sorts of blunders, contre-temps and mal
apropos-isms, in the hot-headedness of their zeal to serve a friend -- thus, often with the kindest intentions in the world, doing infinitely more to prejudice his cause than to advance it.
Neither did they go about the fields screaming dis- mal
It is unparalleled for the mal
de tete." He jumped up and took her cup.
Falk therefore was a beast, an ani mal
; base, low, vile, despicable, shameless, and de ceitful.