He noticed her involuntary gesture, and smiled "Live, therefore, and bear
about thy doom with thee, in the eyes of men and women -- in the eyes of him whom thou didst call thy husband -- in the eyes of yonder child
But stop; does it not bear
a faint resemblance to a gigantic fish?
Mythology is the crop which the Old World bore before its soil was exhausted, before the fancy and imagination were affected with blight; and which it still bears
, wherever its pristine vigor is unabated.
He asked her how she could bear
to go off chambermaiding and leave her boys; and chaffingly offered to copy off a series of their fingerprints, reaching up to their twelfth year, for her to remember them by; but she sobered in a moment, wondering if he suspected anything; then she said she believed she didn't want them.
Weston is such a goodhumoured, pleasant, excellent man, that he thoroughly deserves a good wife;and you would not have had Miss Taylor live with us for ever, and bear
all my odd humours, when she might have a house of her own?
No, young lady, I am not a general philanthropist; but I bear
a conscience;" and he pointed to the prominences which are said to indicate that faculty, and which, fortunately for him, were sufficiently conspicuous; giving, indeed, a marked breadth to the upper part of his head: "and, besides, I once had a kind of rude tenderness of heart.
Every word I now speak bears
on interests still in suspense, which vitally concern Mr.
Slightly observant of the smoky lights; of the people, pipe in mouth, playing with limp cards and yellow dominoes; of the one bare- breasted, bare-armed, soot-begrimed workman reading a journal aloud, and of the others listening to him; of the weapons worn, or laid aside to be resumed; of the two or three customers fallen forward asleep, who in the popular high-shouldered shaggy black spencer looked, in that attitude, like slumbering bears
or dogs; the two outlandish customers approached the counter, and showed what they wanted.
My lamp burns low, and I have written far into the night; but the dear presence, without which I were nothing, bears
I don't take to Philip," said he, smiling, "for it sounds like a moral boy out of the spelling-book, who was so lazy that he fell into a pond, or so fat that he couldn't see out of his eyes, or so avaricious that he locked up his cake till the mice ate it, or so determined to go a bird's-nesting that he got himself eaten by bears
who lived handy in the neighbourhood.
But you may prosper, for all that: there is no just God that governs the earth righteously, but a God of lies, that bears
witness against the innocent.
And he pointed to Greysnout and to Blackfang, to Blood and to Deathgrip, who watched him with slavering lips; "or will you stand face to face with me, and if I am slain, with him who bears
the club, and with whom I rule this people black and grey?