1 She had intended that the negroes should do the field work, while she and the convalescent girls attended to the house, but here she was confronted with a caste feeling even stronger than her own.
2 Thousands of house servants, the highest caste in the slave population, remained with their white folks, doing manual labor which had been beneath them in the old days.
3 She wished that she could work in the mill; that she did not belong to the caste of professional-man's-wife.
4 They were a special caste, neither above nor below the Haydocks, but apart, artists and adventurers.
5 In the most cultured sections and cities of the South the Negroes are a segregated servile caste, with restricted rights and privileges.
6 With a cultured parentage and a social caste to uphold him, he might have made a venturesome merchant or a West Point cadet.
7 They who live without knew not nor dreamed of that full power within, that mighty inspiration which the dull gauze of caste decreed that most men should not know.
8 While I was in charge of the Indian boys at Hampton, I had one or two experiences which illustrate the curious workings of caste in America.
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9 He spared neither rank nor caste.
10 The body of street Arabs in Paris almost constitutes a caste.
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11 This reasoning was clear and instantaneous; so that without giving time to the Inquisitor to recover from his surprise, he pierced him through and through, and cast him beside the Jew.
12 The Bishop cast a glance round the apartment, and seemed to be taking measures and calculations with his eyes.
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13 The sufferer, who had been so gloomy and cast down on the preceding day, was radiant.
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14 He cast a fresh glance upon the stranger, took three steps backwards, placed the lamp on the table, and took his gun down from the wall.
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15 The child was standing with his back to the sun, which cast threads of gold in his hair and empurpled with its blood-red gleam the savage face of Jean Valjean.
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