I dare say
I should find their pose now a little old- fashioned.
"I dare say
you are, and I am sure I do not at all wonder at it.
The stranger was one of the parlor-boarders, I dare say
. I gathered from the first words you exchanged together, that you had met in the passage -she on her way downstairs, and you on your way in from the back garden.
They look upon it as quite their own, I dare say
, whenever that happens."
'I'm not clear about that; but I dare say
she will do her best to make them comfortable in body and mind, in accordance with our mother's example.'
They promised to come at twelve, only it rained; but now, as it is so fine, I dare say
they will be here soon."
"I dare say
you do, but we are all too careless about our English.
"You had better order the carriage directly, my love," said she; "I dare say
we shall be able to get along, if we set off directly; and if we do come to any thing very bad, I can get out and walk.
Change of air and care will keep you well, I dare say
, or if it does not entirely, you will have the fever more lightly.
"My dear Tom," cried his aunt soon afterwards, "as you are not dancing, I dare say
you will have no objection to join us in a rubber; shall you?" Then leaving her seat, and coming to him to enforce the proposal, added in a whisper, "We want to make a table for Mrs.
"Very ingenious, I dare say
. The doctor doesn't quite satisfy me, however, for all that.
But I dare say
I could do dogs and horses if I was to try more," he added, reflecting that Philip might falsely suppose that he was going to "knock under," if he were too frank about the imperfection of his accomplishments.
"He is as indifferent to the honour of knowing me, I dare say
, as I am to the honour of knowing him.
but I dare say
you did all for the best, and there is no defying destiny.
--Giving a party to the last arrived harpooneers, I dare say
, gay as a frigate's pennant, and so am I--fa, la!