62} The fact of Alcinous knowing anything about the Cyclopes suggests
that in the writer's mind Scheria and the country of the Cyclopes were not very far from one another.
His extreme love of solitude in England suggests
the idea that he was in fear of someone or something, so we may assume as a working hypothesis that it was fear of someone or something which drove him from America.
We may take it, therefore, that the letter was composed by an educated man who wished to pose as an uneducated one, and his effort to conceal his own writing suggests
that that writing might be known, or come to be known, by you.
Before deciding that question I had grasped the significance of the silence of the dog, for one true inference invariably suggests
And then another suggests
that with such a voice he ought to have been a sea-captain.
The word 'waiter' suggests
a soft-voiced, deft-handed being, moving swiftly and without noise in an atmosphere of luxury and shaded lamps.
Where he has gone to, perhaps," suggests
the surgeon to help him out.
There is no dirt, no decay, no rubbish anywhere--nothing that even hints at untidiness-- nothing that ever suggests
He was armed precisely as are they, which indicates that he has maintained relations of some nature with them, and the fact that he is but one against possibly thousands suggests
that these relations could scarcely have been other than friendly.
There is another change to-day, which suggests
to my mind that the mischief is done.
The theory of quanta suggests
that the continuity is only apparent.
They can examine for themselves whether there has been anything in the public career of that country since, at home or abroad, which suggests
that those influences and tendencies really did exist.
Perhaps YOU would be good enough to suggest
I hadn't really decided to suggest
it," said the doctor, with his slight nervousness.
And therefore," I went on, "with your leave, I will suggest
that we hold no kind of communication in future.