Beauty that makes holy earth and heaven May have faults
from head to feet.
Then hang up Fangs,'' said Cedric, turning hastily towards the swineherd, ``if the fault
is his, and get thee another dog.
She went to a shelf and took down a heavy quarto, bound in black leather, and inscribed, in red letters, MY FAULTS.
of Euphemia is that she will not, simply will not, chop the suet sufficiently small.
was more thoughtless than wicked, but that did not alter the fact that he had committed a fault
It is true that the latter had assumed much more of the fault
than was rightly his, but if he lied a little he may be excused, for he lied in the service of a woman, and he lied like a gentleman.
Persons don't make their own faces, and it's no more my fault
if mine is a good one than it is other people's fault
if theirs is a bad one.
I could simply scratch that woman's eyes out, and to say it's my fault
is most unfair.
And again every detail of his quarrel with his wife was present to his imagination, all the hopelessness of his position, and worst of all, his own fault
But I know they'll none of 'em take my chany," she added, turning toward the cups and saucers, "for they all found fault
with 'em when I bought 'em, 'cause o' the small gold sprig all over 'em, between the flowers.
It is no matter that the place is joyless for him; that he is weary of the old wooden houses, the mud and dust, the dead level of site and sentiment, the chill east wind, and the chillest of social atmospheres; -- all these, and whatever faults
besides he may see or imagine, are nothing to the purpose.
I meant to say, if you have no compassion for his mother; or if his faults
- you have been bitter on them -'