1 Our hope now is in knowing all.
2 I only hope we have done what is best.
3 You will, I hope, find all things as you wish.
4 I hope the meeting to-night has not upset her.
5 I hope there cannot be anything the matter with Jonathan.
6 To-morrow will, I hope, mend all this; she will be herself at home in Exeter.
7 I never saw a lunatic in such a paroxysm of rage before; and I hope I shall not again.
8 I do hope the dear fellow will take care of himself, and that nothing will occur to upset him.
9 He came back full of life and hope and determination; we have got everything in order for to-night.
10 I must not wish you no pain, for that can never be; but I do hope you will be always as happy as I am now.
11 To me it seems only yesterday that my whole life ended with my new hope, and that truly I began a new record.
12 Whilst I live on here there is but one thing to hope for, that I may not go mad, if, indeed, I be not mad already.
13 I hope, too, Dr. Van Helsing will not blame me; I have had so much trouble and anxiety of late that I feel I cannot bear more just at present.
14 We are men and are able to bear; but you must be our star and our hope, and we shall act all the more free that you are not in the danger, such as we are.
15 I hope I have not done wrong, for as sleep begins to flirt with me, a new fear comes: that I may have been foolish in thus depriving myself of the power of waking.
16 I hope I did right in not saying anything of it to Mrs. Westenra; I should never forgive myself if any act of mine, were it even a negative one, brought harm on poor dear Lucy.
17 I have a dim half-remembrance of long, anxious times of waiting and fearing; darkness in which there was not even the pain of hope to make present distress more poignant: and then long spells of oblivion, and the rising back to life as a diver coming up through a great press of water.
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