The inference I drew from this was-- that he had a special purpose in asking me his last question, and a special interest
in hearing my answer to it.
parents are living?' I may be making mountains out of molehills; but I thought at the time (and think still) that she had some special interest
in inquiring after your father, and, not wishing me to notice it for reasons of her own, changed the form of the question so as to include your mother.
And in spite of the fact that science, art, and politics had no special interest
for him, he firmly held those views on all these subjects which were held by the majority and by his paper, and he only changed them when the majority changed them--or, more strictly speaking, he did not change them, but they imperceptibly changed of themselves within him.
She was really eager to read her wonderful work to me--evidently supposing that I took a special interest
in such things, because my brother is the manager of a theatre!
I've a special interest
in such young bears, and like to show them that I see the warm, honest, well-meaning boys' hearts, in spite of the clumsy arms and legs and the topsy-turvy heads.
On this occasion special interest
was excited by the cross-examination.
'Utopia,' broadly considered, deals primarily with the question which is common to most of these books and in which both ancient Greece and Europe of the Renaissance took a special interest
, namely the question of the relation of the State and the individual.
The question as to what she might have to say of special interest
to himself occurred to him once or twice.
Little Dorrit's old friend held the inkstand as she signed her name, and the clerk paused in taking off the good clergyman's surplice, and all the witnesses looked on with special interest
Later.--By the kindness of the Board of Trade inspector, I have been permitted to look over the log book of the Demeter, which was in order up to within three days, but contained nothing of special interest
except as to facts of missing men.
To this day there are scenes of no special interest
for a casual observer, but full of bitter significance for a broken heart, which recall those vanished days, and the love that is not forgotten yet.
Delamayn, feeling a special interest
in a young lady who was shortly to be a bride, took Blanche's arm.