Next day Prince Andrew thought of the ball, but his mind did not dwell on
His imagination did not dwell on
the outward calamity and its future effect on Tom's life, but it made vividly present to him the probable state of Tom's feeling.
I may not dwell on
all he did, to make the poor, weak creature love him, or my tale would have no end.
We shall not dwell on
the revolting horrors that succeeded.
There are, indeed, some things which appear so impossible that the mind does not dwell on
them for an instant.
I will not dwell on
the suspense and anxiety with which I reflected all this time that we were leaving my mother farther and farther behind every minute.