1 They seemed to follow him wherever he went.
2 He followed her doggedly as she passed through the crowd.
3 He would be able to follow his mind into its secret places.
4 I knew you were following him when you rushed out from Daly's.
5 I will show you the way, Mr. Hubbard, if you will kindly follow me.
6 He followed into the market and watched the men unloading their waggons.
7 Hallward shook his head, as he entered, and followed Dorian into the library.
8 He charmed his listeners out of themselves, and they followed his pipe, laughing.
9 with the brief dialogue that follows, were spoken in a thoroughly artificial manner.
10 He passed out of the room and began the ascent, Basil Hallward following close behind.
11 I passed a dreadful evening, half afraid that one tragedy might be followed by another.
12 The mere lines looked to him like those straight lines of turquoise-blue that follow one as one pushes out to the Lido.
13 And Mr. Hubbard tramped downstairs, followed by the assistant, who glanced back at Dorian with a look of shy wonder in his rough uncomely face.
14 Summer followed summer, and the yellow jonquils bloomed and died many times, and nights of horror repeated the story of their shame, but he was unchanged.
15 They say that you corrupt every one with whom you become intimate, and that it is quite sufficient for you to enter a house for shame of some kind to follow after.
16 Moralists had, as a rule, regarded it as a mode of warning, had claimed for it a certain ethical efficacy in the formation of character, had praised it as something that taught us what to follow and showed us what to avoid.
17 Next to her sat, on her right, Sir Thomas Burdon, a Radical member of Parliament, who followed his leader in public life and in private life followed the best cooks, dining with the Tories and thinking with the Liberals, in accordance with a wise and well-known rule.
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