Yea, this ego, with its contradiction and perplexity, speaketh most uprightly
of its being--this creating, willing, evaluing ego, which is the measure and value of things.
So the young pair shook hands upon it, and then paced happily on again, feeling that their pleasant home was more homelike because they hoped to brighten other homes, believing that their own feet would walk more uprightly
along the flowery path before them, if they smoothed rough ways for other feet, and feeling that their hearts were more closely knit together by a love which could tenderly remember those less blest than they.
And the chamberlains walked along still more uprightly
, holding up the train which was not there at all.
Tess really wished to walk uprightly
, while her father did nothing of the kind; but she resembled him in being content with immediate and small achievements, and in having no mind for laborious effort towards such petty social advancement as could alone be effected by a family so heavily handicapped as the once powerful d'Urbervilles were now.
I warrant thee; and we worship not St Nicholas so devoutly but what thy thirty zecchins may yet escape, if thou deal uprightly
Anne climbed the ladder amid breathless silence, gained the ridgepole, balanced herself uprightly
on that precarious footing, and started to walk along it, dizzily conscious that she was uncomfortably high up in the world and that walking ridgepoles was not a thing in which your imagination helped you out much.
There is that time, many years ago, when we did not act quite as honorably, quite as uprightly
, as we perhaps should have done--that unfortunate deviation from the path of strict probity we once committed, and in which, more unfortunate still, we were found out--that act of folly, of meanness, of wrong.
The frame of the house was constructed of large bamboos planted uprightly
, and secured together at intervals by transverse stalks of the light wood of the habiscus, lashed with thongs of bark.
Would he have persevered, and uprightly
, Fanny must have been his reward, and a reward very voluntarily bestowed, within a reasonable period from Edmund's marrying Mary.
Religion may preach and Law may demand that he should walk uprightly
, but all his surroundings and the tone of those about him are so many incitements to evil.
But my new generous mistress, for she exceeded the good woman I was with before, in everything, as well as in the matter of estate; I say, in everything except honesty; and for that, though this was a lady most exactly just, yet I must not forget to say on all occasions, that the first, though poor, was as uprightly
honest as it was possible for any one to be.