1 For my part, I don't see how they can be honest.
2 I can't help feeling as if these servants were not strictly honest.
3 "I rather think I am," said honest John, with some considerable emphasis.
4 "You mean honest, as niggers go," said Haley, helping himself to a glass of brandy.
5 Miss Ophelia felt the loss; but, in her good and honest heart, it bore fruit unto everlasting life.
6 "It seems to be given to children, and poor, honest fellows, like you, to see what we can't," said St. Clare.
7 Miss Ophelia's voice was more than her words, and more than that were the honest tears that fell down her face.
8 And the honest drover, in his warmth, endorsed this moral sentiment by firing a perfect feu de joi at the fireplace.
9 The honest face, so full of grief, and with such an imploring expression of affection and sympathy, struck his master.
10 At this moment, the door opened, and Mary, an honest, rosy-looking girl, with large brown eyes, like her mother's, came in with the baby.
11 Tom had been looked up to, both as a head servant and a Christian teacher, by all the place, and there was much honest sympathy and grief about him, particularly among the women.
12 And the stranger, who was no other than the honest drover whom we introduced to our readers in the Kentucky tavern, sat down, and began smoking, with a curious smile on his long, dry face.
13 It is to be confessed, too, that the naive, off-hand information that he was to be thrown into jail by no means produced an agreeable impression on a poor fellow who had always prided himself on a strictly honest and upright course of life.
14 Having "nothing of the bear about him but the skin," and being gifted by nature with a great, honest, just heart, quite equal to his gigantic frame, he had been for some years witnessing with repressed uneasiness the workings of a system equally bad for oppressor and oppressed.
15 Now, if the truth must be told, the honest pastor had arranged a little programme, according to which this affair was to develop itself; and, on the way up, all had very cautiously and prudently exhorted each other not to let things out, except according to previous arrangement.
16 Her corn-cake, in all its varieties of hoe-cake, dodgers, muffins, and other species too numerous to mention, was a sublime mystery to all less practised compounders; and she would shake her fat sides with honest pride and merriment, as she would narrate the fruitless efforts that one and another of her compeers had made to attain to her elevation.