Singer and tailor am I-- Doubled the joys that I know-- Proud of
my lilt to the sky, Proud of
the house that I sew-- Over and under, so weave I my music--so weave I the house that I sew.
But how often I have felt proud of
her, proud of
her majestic beauty and social tact," thought he; "been proud of
my house, in which she received all Petersburg, proud of
her unapproachability and beauty.
They were not only fond of Vronsky in his regiment, they respected him too, and were proud of
him; proud that this man, with his immense wealth, his brilliant education and abilities, and the path open before him to every kind of success, distinction, and ambition, had disregarded all that, and of all the interests of life had the interests of his regiment and his comrades nearest to his heart.
It was an old-fashioned place, moreover, in the moral attribute that the partners in the House were proud of
its smallness, proud of
its darkness, proud of
its ugliness, proud of
In his way he was quite as much one of the old school as the Earl of Eastchester, and the idea of a lady - a Wendermott, too - calling herself a journalist and proud of
making a few hundreds a year was amazing enough to him.
Sir Alfred smiled with the air of one a little proud of
I had been so proud of
it that I insisted on wearing it without any outer garment.
There," said he; "now you have a heart that any man might be proud of
My poor mother was very proud of
my gift, and she gave me a box of water-colours as a present.
He was very proud of
this; but he was prouder still of the ring of his metal, and with reason: it must have been a nice ear indeed that could discover the false tones in the doctor's coinage.
If she was proud of
me, I was so proud of
her that I carried my head high as I emerged from the dark cedars and shut the Cutters' gate softly behind me.
Marco was very proud of
having such a man for a friend.