Vanstone began by referring to the long and intimate
friendship which had existed between Miss Garth and herself.
The eldest of them, a sensible, intelligent young woman, about twenty-seven, was Elizabeth's intimate
Here speaks the man of masts and sails, to whom the sea is not a navigable element, but an intimate
You will intimate
nothing of the kind, Philip," said the queen, "for if you act in that manner, and violate hospitality to that extent, I will invoke the severity of the king against you.
She had, however, one very intimate
friend, a sensible, deserving woman, who had been brought, by strong attachment to herself, to settle close by her, in the village of Kellynch; and on her kindness and advice, Lady Elliot mainly relied for the best help and maintenance of the good principles and instruction which she had been anxiously giving her daughters.
Johnson, with all his faults, is a man to whom that great word "respectable" is always given, and I am known to be so intimate
with his wife, his slighting me has an awkward look.
I grew more intimate
with Blanche Stroeve, and I think, because I was English and she knew few English people, she was glad to see me.
In the course of time there had been formed a certain peculiarly intimate
bond which united the ringer to the church.
He led the mazurka at the Arkharovs' ball, talked about the war with Field Marshal Kamenski, visited the English Club, and was on intimate
terms with a colonel of forty to whom Denisov had introduced
The Renaissance inherited the old foolish prejudice of Roman times, when, although the writers of plays were the intimate
friends of emperors, the actors were thought infamous.
Notwithstanding the incessant companionship of the last six days, Aynesworth felt that he had not progressed a single step towards establishing any more intimate
relations between his employer and himself.
Never had a man's hand been so intimate
with his ear without hurting it.
AN EAGLE and a Fox formed an intimate
friendship and decided to live near each other.
Chairman," said an Aged Member, rising, "I conceive that the objection is not well taken; the gentleman's connection with commerce is close and intimate
Upon longer acquaintance, however, and more intimate
conversation, this worthy man saw infirmities in the tutor, which he could have wished him to have been without; though as those seemed greatly overbalanced by his good qualities, they did not incline Mr Allworthy to part with him: nor would they indeed have justified such a proceeding; for the reader is greatly mistaken, if he conceives that Thwackum appeared to Mr Allworthy in the same light as he doth to him in this history; and he is as much deceived, if he imagines that the most intimate
acquaintance which he himself could have had with that divine, would have informed him of those things which we, from our inspiration, are enabled to open and discover.