1 Joe pronounced this word, as if it began with at least twelve capital Bs.
2 Those were the two little words, more capital.
3 I shall not rest satisfied with merely employing my capital in insuring ships.
4 This certainly had not a profitable appearance, and I shook my head as if I would imply that it would be difficult to lay by much accumulative capital from such a source of income.
5 My opinion of the coal trade on that river is, that it may require talent, but that it certainly requires capital.
David Copperfield By Charles DickensContext Highlight In CHAPTER 17. SOMEBODY TURNS UP
6 It would do for me and Dora admirably: with a little front garden for Jip to run about in, and bark at the tradespeople through the railings, and a capital room upstairs for my aunt.
7 Before we went, I wrote Traddles a full statement of all that had happened, and Traddles wrote me back a capital answer, expressive of his sympathy and friendship.
8 Agnes has a great liking for Traddles, and it is capital to see them meet, and to observe the glory of Traddles as he commends the dearest girl in the world to her acquaintance.
David Copperfield By Charles DickensContext Highlight In CHAPTER 43. ANOTHER RETROSPECT
9 'Capital, madam, capital,' urged Mr. Micawber, gloomily.
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10 It's a capital little gipsy sort of place.
11 All the skaters, it seemed, with perfect self-possession, skated towards her, skated by her, even spoke to her, and were happy, quite apart from her, enjoying the capital ice and the fine weather.
12 You know that capital oppresses the laborer.
13 Petritsky, whom he liked, was implicated in the affair, and the other culprit was a capital fellow and first-rate comrade, who had lately joined the regiment, the young Prince Kedrov.
14 Everything was capital, everything was cheering.
15 I am very glad of one thing," said Anna to Golenishtchev when they were on their way back, "Alexey will have a capital atelier.