1 It protected her from reproof, and it left no doubt in anyone's mind as to her exact views on any subject.
2 She hardly heard what he was saying, for now there was coming back to her the exact memory which had teased her a few minutes before when he first began speaking.
3 The first thousand dollar cheque which Lily received with a blotted scrawl from Gus Trenor strengthened her self-confidence in the exact degree to which it effaced her debts.
4 Lily was acutely aware of her own part in this drama of innuendo: she knew the exact quality of the amusement the situation evoked.
5 She had, to a shade, the exact manner between victory and defeat: every insinuation was shed without an effort by the bright indifference of her manner.
6 Grace, in reply, wept and wondered at the request, bemoaned the inexorableness of the law, and was astonished that Lily had not realized the exact similarity of their positions.
7 She bought a budget-plan account book and made her budgets as exact as budgets are likely to be when they lack budgets.
8 It was salvation to push the heavy tables, to scrub them, to be exact in placing the sheet.
9 They were determining the exact psychology of Dave Dyer in standing pat, two hours before.
10 She also, with an air of being only too scrupulously exact, granted that sometimes he did not come home till morning.
11 His own person was the exact embodiment of his utilitarian character.
12 Those books are Beale's and Bennett's; both in their time surgeons to English South-Sea whale-ships, and both exact and reliable men.
13 Dough-Boy hurried below, glanced at the watch, and reported the exact minute to Ahab.
14 It would be pleasant to record that he swore off drinking immediately, and all the rest of his bad habits with it; but that would hardly be exact.
15 We men of the world must wink pretty hard at various things, and get used to a deal that isn't the exact thing.