1 By "everything" I mean both the various encouraging and stimulating cries with which Russian folk urge on their horses, and a random, unpremeditated selection of adjectives.
2 "In everything the will of God, madam," said Chichikov with a sigh.
3 I myself managed to sell everything from my estate at a good price.
4 "To everything there are limits," retorted Chichikov stiffly.
5 Here is the cursed nine upon which, the other night, I lost everything.
6 In chess there can be neither luck nor cheating, for everything depends upon skill.
7 Like everything else in the apartment, it bore a strong resemblance to Sobakevitch.
8 Meanwhile Chichikov again surveyed the room, and saw that everything in it was massive and clumsy in the highest degree; as also that everything was curiously in keeping with the master of the house.
9 But to everything he turned a dead ear, and the phrases in question might as well have been stones dropped into a pool.
10 With the former everything was of the antiquated and rough-hewn and ill-fitting and unsuitable and badly-adapted and inferior kind; their heads were full of nothing but discord and triviality and confusion and slovenliness of thought.
11 Well, he made shift to hire a lodging, but found everything so wonderfully furnished with blinds and Persian carpets and so forth that he saw it would mean throwing away a lot of money.
12 In the second place, on his rising and inquiring whether the britchka had been harnessed and everything got ready, he was informed that neither of those two things had been done.
13 Tell him that everything must be put right within two hours at the most.
14 Meanwhile, don't you trouble your head about what doesn't concern you, but go and fetch a blacksmith, and see that everything is put right within two hours.
15 In you everything is flat and open; your towns project like points or signals from smooth levels of plain, and nothing whatsoever enchants or deludes the eye.