See now its virtues,” and quoth she, “O my son, Allah increase his weal, but I would not look upon him.
It was decided, therefore, that they would winter at Lincoln Island, and that they would look for a more comfortable dwelling than the Chimneys, in which to pass the winter months.
And those who passed would look at him with cold amusement, a kind of impatience, possibly a touch of compassion, for, on these occasions, as if mindful of past glories, Swithin did not snore.
And when her courage failed her, as it did on most days, and it seemed impossible to write to Frederick, she would look at Mr. Wilkins and revive.
No — that would look odd, and you a bachelor, and your people out o’town.
He would not look at a sunset if he could see her.
If they had been transcribed a dozen years before, they would not have looked older, nor would the ink have presented a more faded appearance.
He wanted so badly to see what Margaret Ratcliffe’s face would look like when he showed her the monogrammed brooch.
Robert wondered what she would look like in other clothes.
It would have looked just like an accident.