This he did, stopping at the home of Mary Nestor, a pretty girl, who, rumor had it, was tacitly
engaged to Tom.
But I shall presently ask to be sworn, and shall testify that there was a large reward offered for the THIEF, also; and it was offered secretly and not advertised; that this fact was indiscreetly mentioned--or at least tacitly
admitted--in what was supposed to be safe circumstances, but may NOT have been.
and quietly, but none the less surely, though the reproof was dealt with one glance, quickly sent and as quickly withdrawn.
He had only himself to please in his choice: his fortune was his own; for as to Frank, it was more than being tacitly
brought up as his uncle's heir, it had become so avowed an adoption as to have him assume the name of Churchill on coming of age.
With an ill-will Scrooge dismounted from his stool, and tacitly
admitted the fact to the expectant clerk in the Tank, who instantly snuffed his candle out, and put on his hat.
It was as if I had seen her admiringly and tenderly embracing Dora, and tacitly
reproving me, by her considerate protection, for my hot haste in fluttering that little heart.
The captain interposed no obstacles to the arrangement, and so the great anthropoid was tacitly
admitted to membership in the ship's company.
We should therefore solve the question by reference to what the poet says himself, or to what is tacitly
assumed by a person of intelligence.
Morrel hesitated for a moment; he feared it would be hypocritical to accost in a friendly manner the man whom he was tacitly
opposing, but his oath and the gravity of the circumstances recurred to his memory; he struggled to conceal his emotion and bowed to Franz.
Dinah, with her sympathetic divination, knew quite well that Adam was longing to hear if Hetty had said anything about their trouble; she was too rigorously truthful for benevolent invention, but she had contrived to say something in which Hetty was tacitly
To this wise speech I received no answer; and, when I looked up, my pupil was smiling to herself a much-meaning, though not very gay smile; it seemed to say, "He talks of he knows not what:" it said this so plainly, that I determined to request information on the point concerning which my ignorance seemed to be thus tacitly
approved of all this; but it did not at all, in his eyes at least, throw any light upon D'Artagnan's idea.