1 That's what I want to do with it: I want my wife to make all the other women feel small.
2 They would have over-emphasized the novelty of the adventure, trying to make him feel in it the zest of an escapade.
3 It was clear that the young lady was badly frightened, and Mrs. Haffen was the woman to make the most of such fears.
4 He had no wish to make her talk; her quick-breathing silence seemed a part of the general hush and harmony of things.
5 It's really absurd of Alice Wetherall to make such a fuss about meeting her, when one thinks of what society is coming to.
6 I'm as old as the hills, of course, and it ought not to make any difference; but if I'M old enough, you're not, she objected gaily.
7 These people whom she had ridiculed and yet envied were glad to make a place for her in the charmed circle about which all her desires revolved.
8 The sight of his composure had a disturbing effect on Lily; but to be disturbed was in her case to make a more brilliant effort at self-possession.
9 She was in reality reflecting that a declaration would take some time to make, and that Selden must surely appear before the moment of refusal had been reached.
10 Few women took the trouble to make themselves agreeable to Dorset, and Lily had been kind to him at Bellomont, and was now smiling on him with a divine renewal of kindness.
11 He had a confused sense that she must have cost a great deal to make, that a great many dull and ugly people must, in some mysterious way, have been sacrificed to produce her.
12 But Miss Bart, it appeared, really did want to know about Americana; and moreover, she was already sufficiently informed to make the task of farther instruction as easy as it was agreeable.
13 Her experience with Percy Gryce stood her in good stead in ministering to Dorset's humours, and if the incentive to please was less urgent, the difficulties of her situation were teaching her to make much of minor opportunities.
14 The colour burned in Lily's face as he ended; there was no mistaking the point he meant to make, and to permit it to pass unheeded was a fatal confession of weakness, while to resent it too openly was to risk offending him at a perilous moment.
15 There were just enough people left in the long suite of rooms to make their progress conspicuous, and Lily was aware of being followed by looks of amusement and interrogation, which glanced off as harmlessly from her indifference as from her companion's self-satisfaction.
16 It was part of the game to make him feel that her appeal had been an uncalculated impulse, provoked by the liking he inspired; and the renewed sense of power in handling men, while it consoled her wounded vanity, helped also to obscure the thought of the claim at which his manner hinted.
17 Mrs. George Dorset, regardless of the mild efforts of a traveller with a carpet-bag, who was doing his best to make room for her by getting out of the train, stood in the middle of the aisle, diffusing about her that general sense of exasperation which a pretty woman on her travels not infrequently creates.
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