"Well, now, on my honor," said Levin, smiling, "I can't find
in my heart that feeling of regret for my freedom."
"I can't find
Toto anywhere," replied Dorothy, who did not wish to leave her little dog behind.
His home may be only three feet away--no matter, he can't find
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'll hold my tongue," said Sancho, "but how am I to take it patiently when your worship wants me, with only once seeing the house of our mistress, to know always, and find it in the middle of the night, when your worship can't find
it, who must have seen it thousands of times?"
"Miss Cornelia evidently can't find
much fault with Mr.
But if I get all packed, and clear out, she can't find
me and she can't hold me back.
- and you can't find
a coat that I put down not five minutes ago!
Do you know, when I look out over it all, and think of you and of all it means, it kind of makes me ache in the throat, and I have things in my heart I can't find
the words to say, and I have a feeling that I can almost understand Browning and those other high-flying poet-fellows.
"I want to say a hundred things, and I can't find
words to say them in.
If we can't find
the camp, we may find some blackberries."
There is but one thing left to her: she must go away, go where they can't find