1 Mary could scarcely bear to leave him.
2 Them as is not wanted scarce ever thrives.
3 She was so happy that she scarcely dared to breathe.
4 In this queer place one scarcely ever saw any one at all.
5 Because they scarce ever had their stomachs full in their lives.
6 I scarcely ever went out and when I did go I never looked at it.
7 "I believe she scarcely ever looked at her," sighed Mrs. Crawford.
8 Well, sir," answered Mrs. Medlock, "you'll scarcely believe your eyes when you see him.
9 She did not know what it was, because at first she could scarcely distinguish it from the wind itself.
10 The Lord knows she's nothing to look at and you scarcely ever hear her speak, but she did what none of us dare do.
11 There's one thing that comes into my mind so often," said Mary, "and I can scarcely ever hold in when I think of it suddenly.
12 The wine made her so sleepy that she could scarcely keep her eyes open and she lay down on her bed and knew nothing more for a long time.
13 When he was amused and interested she thought he scarcely looked like an invalid at all, except that his face was so colorless and he was always on the sofa.
14 Mary had liked to look at her mother from a distance and she had thought her very pretty, but as she knew very little of her she could scarcely have been expected to love her or to miss her very much when she was gone.
15 Colin was on his sofa in his dressing-gown and he was sitting up quite straight looking at a picture in one of the garden books and talking to the plain child who at that moment could scarcely be called plain at all because her face was so glowing with enjoyment.
16 He moved so slowly that it scarcely seemed as though he were moving at all, but at last he stood on his feet and then the squirrel scampered back up into the branches of his tree, the pheasant withdrew his head and the rabbits dropped on all fours and began to hop away, though not at all as if they were frightened.
17 When they sat down on the grass with Captain curled at their feet, Soot solemnly listening on a tree and Nut and Shell nosing about close to them, it seemed to Mary that it would be scarcely bearable to leave such delightfulness, but when she began to tell her story somehow the look in Dickon's funny face gradually changed her mind.
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