It is only the men of her kind who war upon us, and I have ever thought that their attitude
toward us is but the reflection of ours toward them.
And again the boat appeared and the Fay, but about the attitude
of the latter there was more of care and uncertainty and less of elastic joy.
They were all standing or sitting about in the most quaint and curious attitudes
I have ever seen off a Japanese fan.
This indifferent, if not hostile, attitude
on William's part made it impossible to break off without animosity, largely and completely.
Von Horn had attempted to sound the girl that he might, if possible, discover her attitude
toward the work in which her father and he were engaged.
Norman of Torn could scarce repress a smile at this clever ruse of the old priest, and, assuming a similar attitude
, he replied in French:
You are adopting an attitude
, sir," he said, "which, however much I may admire it from one point of view, seems to me scarcely to take into account the facts of the situation.
He maintained a belligerent attitude
toward all well-dressed men.
is unnatural, and I may say impossible.
had in it a suggestion of abstraction, like that of a sleepwalker.
Something in the attitude
made the intruders halt when they had barely passed the threshold.
is summed up in the words of the Muses to the writer of the "Theogony": `We can tell many a feigned tale to look like truth, but we can, when we will, utter the truth' ("Theogony"