When we pass in the street the poor deluded
soul subdues her buoyancy, as if it were shame to walk happy before one she has lamed, and at such times the rustle of her gown is whispered words of comfort to me, and her arms are kindly wings that wish I was a little boy like David.
Sometimes, whilst covering Van Baerle with his telescope, he deluded
himself into a belief that he was levelling a never-failing musket at him; and then he would seek with his finger for the trigger to fire the shot which was to have killed his neighbour.
A man who did not know that the Countess Narona had borrowed money at Homburg of no less a person than Lord Montbarry, and had then deluded
him into making her a proposal of marriage, was a man who had probably never heard of Lord Montbarry himself.
I only hope he won't overwork and get sick, as so many boys do," said simple Polly, with such a respectful belief in the eager thirst for knowledge of collegians as a class, that Tom regarded the deluded girl with a smile of lofty pity, from the heights of his vast and varied experience.
My dear, that boy is the most deluded creature you ever saw," began Fanny, as soon as the front door banged.
He was visiting San Francisco for his health, deluded
man, and brought me a note of introduction from Mr.
You shall judge for yourself, you poor deluded
young creature, whether my son is worthy of the sacrifice--the useless and hopeless sacrifice--which you are bent on making of yourself for his sake.
And I am always assured by the critics of my super- abundant and abounding vitality, and of how thoroughly I am deluded
by these very illusions I exploit.
Neither you nor Miss Roseberry need any protection from the poor deluded
creature," Julian went on.
What pleased her best of all was to see him romping and racing with Sancho, while I walked by her side - not, I fear, for love of my company (though I sometimes deluded
myself with that idea), so much as for the delight she took in seeing her son thus happily engaged in the enjoyment of those active sports so invigorating to his tender frame, yet so seldom exercised for want of playmates suited to his years: and, perhaps, her pleasure was sweetened not a little by the fact of my being with her instead of with him, and therefore incapable of doing him any injury directly or indirectly, designedly or otherwise, small thanks to her for that same.
Mrs Deborah approved all these sentiments, and the dialogue concluded with a general and bitter invective against beauty, and with many compassionate considerations for all honest plain girls who are deluded
by the wicked arts of deceitful men.
Tis something of relief even to be undone by a man of honour, rather than by a scoundrel; but here the greatest disappointment was on his side, for he had really spent a great deal of money, deluded
by this madam the procuress; and it was very remarkable on what poor terms he proceeded.
These were, in effect, because the whole town, or he might say the whole country, was in the first madness of the late discovery, and the resentment against the victims would be very strong: those who had not been deluded
being certain to wax exceedingly wroth with them for not having been as wise as they were: and those who had been deluded
being certain to find excuses and reasons for themselves, of which they were equally certain to see that other sufferers were wholly devoid: not to mention the great probability of every individual sufferer persuading himself, to his violent indignation, that but for the example of all the other sufferers he never would have put himself in the way of suffering.
As a result do DELUDED
chief Blatter has gone blubbing to the Russians speaking to their stateowned news agency TASS.
HOPEFULLY, you missed Saturday's sickening spectacle of deluded
vegans - individuals, both sickly in mind and body, who want to save the world from the sin of drinking milk - branding themselves in Birmingham city centre.