and you can't find
a coat that I put down not five minutes ago
You can't find
her father to give her to; and, if you could, who would be the best protector for her?
He is the man who has chased Bohemia about the town from rathskeller to roof garden and from Hester street to Harlem until you can't find
a place in the city where they don't cut their spaghetti with a knife.
I can't find
Toto anywhere," replied Dorothy, who did not wish to leave her little dog behind.
Well, now, on my honor," said Levin, smiling, "I can't find
in my heart that feeling of regret for my freedom.
You tell me to look for the secret in the hole in the wall, but I can't find
any hole in the wall.
Yet, if you'll read his letter, you'll find he is the tenderest of men to prisoners convicted of the whole calendar of felonies,' said I; 'though I can't find
that his tenderness extends to any other class of created beings.
Let him 'ware them, when no man can't find
a rag of his dear relation's clothes, nor yet a bone of his body.
With my love and respects--and I can't find
it in my conscience to take a poor girl's savings, when she may want them herself.
Things have come to a pretty pass if a minister can't find
enough in Holy Writ to preach about, that's what.
But if I get all packed, and clear out, she can't find
me and she can't hold me back.
He told me not to tell you; but I can't find
the bottle, and don't want to disturb mamma.