Here the sound judgment of Totski stood him in good stead
It may stand me in good stead
some day though I don't know that I have any present use for it.
Seward tried one or two skeleton keys, his mechanical dexterity as a surgeon standing him in good stead
In this particular case, however mechanical and innocuous it might be at other times, Hepzibah's contortion of brow served her in good stead
For the better part of a week he roamed the jungle with his new friends, partly because of a desire for companionship and partially through a well-laid plan to impress himself indelibly upon their memories, which at best are none too long; for Tarzan from past experience knew that it might serve him in good stead
to have a tribe of these powerful and terrible beasts at his call.
Truly," replied I, "your sense of hearing serves you in good stead
, and fills up many of your deficiencies.
Not only did it not stand them in good stead
, but it destroyed them.
Right you sound, old mole," said De Vac, smiling, "would that I might learn to reason by your wondrous logic; methinks it might stand me in good stead
before I be much older.
This had stood him in good stead
a thousand times and trained him as an observer as well.
But what they have gone through will stand them in good stead
for next season, whether they play here or elsewhere.
He knows the size of the task which awaits against the inform Braidmen, but will be hoping a recent experience will stand his men in good stead
for what is ahead of them on Saturday.
Wednesday had their moments too but, if Keane has got something to reflect positively on, it is his side's defensive qualities and resilience which will stand them in good stead
Hopefully the experience of that will stand me in good stead
at Tranmere"Everyone in this division is capable of beating each other.
That level of performance will stand us in good stead
and very few teams would have beaten us the way we played.
Macaulay may have taken his relentless empiricism too far for some modern libertarians' tastes, but it stood him in good stead
when he turned to one of the great controversies of his own day, the new factory system that had transformed Britain amid an export-driven globalization of its economy.