1 I freely confess that I was of the opinion that Stangerson was concerned in the death of Drebber.
A Study In Scarlet By Arthur Conan DoyleGet Context In PART I: CHAPTER VII. LIGHT IN THE DARKNESS
2 Napoleon now called upon them to confess their crimes.
3 When they had finished their confession, the dogs promptly tore their throats out, and in a terrible voice Napoleon demanded whether any other animal had anything to confess.
4 Let swains and nymphs lead on the play, while Zephyr sleeps, and the unruly tribes of Heaven confess my sway.
Between the Acts (1941) By Virginia WoolfGet Context In Unit 9
5 He continued: "Speaking merely as one of the audience, I confess I was puzzled."
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6 These particulars struck me, I confess, disagreeably; and as I followed him into the bright light of the consulting-room, I kept my hand ready on my weapon.
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde By Robert Louis StevensonGet Context In CHAPTER DR. LANYON'S NARRATIVE
7 But you must confess that you were born in the lap of luxury, yourself.
Hard Times By Charles DickensGet Context In BOOK 1: CHAPTER V
8 He was as much amused and interested, at present, as it became so fine a gentleman to be; perhaps even more than it would have been consistent with his reputation to confess.
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9 I should like to have seen him once more, I confess.
Mansfield Park By Jane AustenGet Context In CHAPTER XXIX
10 I confess myself sincerely anxious that you may.
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11 I need not say how rejoiced I shall be to hear there has been any mistake, but the report is so prevalent that I confess I cannot help trembling.
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12 I hope I may have good cause to do so,' replied Mr. Losberne; 'though I confess I don't think I shall.
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13 But these measures, however good in themselves, were insufficient for the real extent of the evil, the whole of which Sir Walter found himself obliged to confess to her soon afterwards.
14 I confess that I do think there is a disparity, too great a disparity, and in a point no less essential than mind.
15 He is a clever man, a reading man; and I confess, that I do consider his attaching himself to her with some surprise.