I seem to be wandering off in search of Lord knows
what, Lord knows
said Sam, "horses won't be cotched all in a mimit; they'd done clared out way down to the south pasture, and the Lord knows whar
Sam, how often must I tell you not to say `Lord bless you, and the Lord knows,' and such things?
There is something that almost nips your breath in the idea that a dozen men, descended from the Lord knows
whom, stopped a war which would have altered the whole face of history.
We've got enough to endure at the hands of the men, the Lord knows, so I hold we hadn't ought to clapper-claw one another, and it isn't often you'll find me running down another woman.
She can't get away so very much--she can't leave Dick long, for the Lord knows what he'd do--burn the house down most likely.
And, says he, "We have found only this partridge, but the Lord knows
what mischief they have done.
And something did, for the next summer was made memorable by the prevalence of a mysterious disease--epidemic, endemic, or the Lord knows
what, though the physicians didn't--which carried away a full half of the population.
Here, Robin, change your raiment with me, and we will see if my lord knows
an old woman when he sees her.
We've been found to be the greatest gentlefolk in the whole county--reaching all back long before Oliver Grumble's time--to the days of the Pagan Turks--with monuments, and vaults, and crests, and "scutcheons, and the Lord knows
My dear fellow--and you must permit me to say again, that you never looked so young; so positively boyish as you do to-night--the Lord knows
where; I believe Columbus himself wouldn't find them.
Pullet continued, shaking her head and looking at her sister Tulliver, "when you and me chose the double diamont, the first flax iver we'd spun, and the Lord knows
where yours is gone.
Your aunt would put it off till the Lord knows
when, but he is anxious to be bound as soon as may be: he won't hear of waiting beyond next month; and you, I guess, will be of the same mind, so - '
that ye've chairged wi' stealin' the letter, and making a market o't, and Lord knows
what besides, that I suld hae yer ain acknowledgment for it in black and white.
The Lord knows
she's nothing to look at and you scarcely ever hear her speak, but she did what none of us dare do.