Then tell me, Haidee, do you believe you shall be able to accustom
yourself to our present mode of life?
But these are the principal masses which were then to be distinguished when the eye began to accustom
itself to this tumult of edifices.
Philip was put on the job regularly, but he could not accustom
himself to the publicity; and he dreaded Friday morning, on which the window was dressed, with a terror that made him awake at five o'clock and lie sleepless with sickness in his heart.
Never shall I accustom
myself to the idea that Louise, the chastest and most innocent of women, has been able to so basely deceive a man so honest and so true a lover as myself.
That is what we must accustom
ourselves to recognize with regard to your brother's family.
My plan was to accustom
him to his new surroundings before bursting on the scene myself.
And if you accustom
yourself to this, Nancy, the very effort itself will make you love them in some degree--to say nothing of the goodwill your kindness would beget in them, though they might have little else that is good about them.
Rosa sighed, yet without any bitter feeling, but rather like a woman who begins to understand a foible, and to accustom
herself to it.
Never did anything," "if I were," and "those things," were phrases, with many variations, that he repeated under his breath in order to accustom
his tongue to the language spoken by Ruth.
A sailor's sweetheart must accustom
herself to partings.