1 I admire to do it, and you'd be a regular little beauty with a touch here and there.
2 The parrot alone was enough to drive her distracted, for he soon felt that she did not admire him, and revenged himself by being as mischievous as possible.
3 They are wild to see the river, sketch the broken bridge, and copy some of the things they admire in my book.
4 No, it wouldn't," returned Jo, "I neither like, respect, nor admire Tudor, though his grandfather's uncle's nephew's niece was a third cousin to a lord.
5 Mother would admire his warm heart, Father his wise head.
6 There were plenty of pretty faces to admire, but the young man took little notice of them, except to glance now and then at some blonde girl in blue.
7 Jo wouldn't love him, but he might make her respect and admire him by doing something which should prove that a girl's 'No' had not spoiled his life.
8 I shall miss my boy, but I shall love the man as much, and admire him more, because he means to be what I hoped he would.
9 Never yet did such a young plant shoot out of the ground as that was, and I admired and wondered at it exactly as I now admire and wonder at yourself.
10 Then the goddess shed grace and beauty over her that all the Achaeans might admire her.
11 Most gentlemen would admire her, I thought; and that he did admire her, I already seemed to have obtained proof: to remove the last shade of doubt, it remained but to see them together.
12 All the men in her circle seemed to admire her and envy me.
13 They found Mary, as usual, deep in the study of thorough-bass and human nature; and had some extracts to admire, and some new observations of threadbare morality to listen to.
14 But I can assure the young ladies that I come prepared to admire them.
15 Maria thought speaking out of the question, and the gentlemen did nothing but eat and admire.