1 "Thou wilt but injure thyself by the attempt, noble knight," replied his attendant.
2 Do not let him injure his own cause by interference.
Mansfield Park By Jane AustenGet Context In CHAPTER XLVII
3 Mr. Brownlow's indignation was greatly roused; but reflecting perhaps, that he might only injure the boy by giving vent to it, he suppressed his feelings and submitted to be sworn at once.
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4 I thought it might disturb you in your business, and that you might throw up your situation, or injure your prospects in some way because of it, so I said nothing.
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5 He spoke to me as if I opposed him to injure him.
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6 In conclusion, I say that these colonies are not costly, they are more faithful, they injure less, and the injured, as has been said, being poor and scattered, cannot hurt.
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7 For men injure either from fear or hatred.
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8 Fortresses, therefore, are useful or not according to circumstances; if they do you good in one way they injure you in another.
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9 I knew that if we failed it would injure the whole race.
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10 Alcinous went on board and saw everything so securely stowed under the ship's benches that nothing could break adrift and injure the rowers.
11 Your influence, sir, is evidently potent with him: he will never set you at defiance or wilfully injure you.
12 Well, you too have power over me, and may injure me: yet I dare not show you where I am vulnerable, lest, faithful and friendly as you are, you should transfix me at once.
13 But again when I reflected that they had spurned and deserted me, anger returned, a rage of anger, and unable to injure anything human, I turned my fury towards inanimate objects.
14 Nothing could replace him, therefore, in her former esteem, nor injure the interests of Colonel Brandon.
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15 If you mean, Miss Havisham, what have you done to injure me, let me answer.
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