1 Now let me endeavour to show you the different steps in my reasoning.
A Study In Scarlet By Arthur Conan DoyleContext Highlight In PART II: CHAPTER VII. THE CONCLUSION
2 In this manner did Prince John endeavour to lay the foundation of a popularity, which he was perpetually throwing down by some inconsiderate act of wanton aggression upon the feelings and prejudices of the people.
3 He could do not better than return to the house of the Rabbi, and endeavour, through his means, to learn how his daughter was to be disposed of.
4 She gazed, accordingly, upon the scene, which we shall endeavour to describe in the next chapter.
5 At last it was agreed that they should endeavour to determine the dimensions of the wood by walking a little more about it.
6 She would endeavour to be rational, and to deserve the right of judging of Miss Crawford's character, and the privilege of true solicitude for him by a sound intellect and an honest heart.
7 If, as I am willing to suppose, you wish to shew me any observance, you will not give way to these emotions, but endeavour to reason yourself into a stronger frame of mind.
8 It is not by protestations that I shall endeavour to convince you I am wronged; it is not by telling you that my affections are steady.
9 It is,' replied Rose, 'that you must endeavour to forget me; not as your old and dearly-attached companion, for that would wound me deeply; but, as the object of your love.
10 However, Mr. Fagin seemed to interpret the endeavour as expressing a perfect coincidence with his opinion, and put about the liquor which Barney reappeared with, in a very friendly manner.
11 I must endeavour to subdue my mind to my fortune.
12 The vision of what ought to have been is thrown aside in sheer weariness, and browbeaten human endeavour listlessly makes the best of the fact that is.
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13 She would not endeavour to entangle the old gentleman in a sentimental attachment which might deliver him over to his enemy.
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14 She waits until her husband is asleep, and then she rushes down to endeavour to persuade them to leave her in peace.
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15 I will endeavour, in my statement, to avoid such terms as would serve to limit the events to any particular place, or give a clue as to the people concerned.
The Return of Sherlock Holmes By Arthur Conan DoyleContext Highlight In IX. THE ADVENTURE OF THE THREE STUDENTS