Were she likely
to have a home to invite her to, what a blessing it would be
You do not strike one," she remarked, "as the sort of person likely
to lose a fortune on the race-course.
Aye, aye, the parsonage is but a small one," said she, after the first ebullition of surprise and satisfaction was over, "and very likely
MAY be out of repair; but to hear a man apologising, as I thought, for a house that to my knowledge has five sitting rooms on the ground-floor, and I think the housekeeper told me could make up fifteen beds
From the view they have exhibited of this part of the subject, this conclusion is to be drawn, that America, if not connected at all, or only by the feeble tie of a simple league, offensive and defensive, would, by the operation of such jarring alliances, be gradually entangled in all the pernicious labyrinths of European politics and wars; and by the destructive contentions of the parts into which she was divided, would be likely
to become a prey to the artifices and machinations of powers equally the enemies of them all.
It will not be denied that the representation of the Union will be most likely
to possess these requisite endowments.
The fact is I am too socially disposed to be able to live contentedly without a friend; and as the only friends I have, or am likely
to have, are at home, if it--or rather, if they were gone--I will not say I could not live--but I would rather not live in such a desolate world.
There is first a state of activity, consisting, with qualifications to be mentioned presently, of movements likely
to have a certain result; these movements, unless interrupted, continue until the result is achieved, after which there is usually a period of comparative quiescence.
And then she would likely
say your bill was past all reason.
Yes, I said, now I understand: the question which you would have me consider is, not only how a State, but how a luxurious State is created; and possibly there is no harm in this, for in such a State we shall be more likely
to see how justice and injustice originate.
Lydgate, I hope we shall not vary in sentiment as to a measure in which you are not likely
to be actively concerned, but in which your sympathetic concurrence may be an aid to me.
Because, my child," replied the Buck, "my temper is so uncertain that if I permit one of those noisy creatures to come into my presence I am likely
to forget myself and do him an injury.
who entered the room at that instant--"is this bit of a rag yours, or is it not more likely
to be Henny's?