1 I understand and heed you," replied Eumaeus; "you need instruct me no further, only as I am going that way say whether I had not better let poor Laertes know that you are returned.
2 We all love to instruct, though we can teach only what is not worth knowing.
Pride and Prejudice By Jane AustenGet Context In Chapter 54
3 To these were joined several holy persons, as part of that assembly, under the title of bishops, whose peculiar business is to take care of religion, and of those who instruct the people therein.
Gulliver's Travels(V1) By Jonathan SwiftGet Context In PART 2: CHAPTER VI.
4 The curiosity and impatience of my master were so great, that he spent many hours of his leisure to instruct me.
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5 She hadn't liked the way he kept coming into the kitchen to instruct her, or the way he looked at her.
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6 The first step in her downward course was in her ceasing to instruct me.
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7 "It wouldn't be the first time a little child had been used to instruct an old disciple, if it were so," said St. Clare.
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8 Now hearken, and I will briefly instruct thee how thou mayest unravel and overcome thy present task.
9 After we entered in, and licence of open speech was given, we lay forth our gifts, we instruct him of our name and country, who are its invaders, and why we are drawn to Arpi.
10 Now I will unfold what I doubtfully advise and purpose, and with your attention instruct you of it in brief.
11 And not a man to instruct them.
The Three Musketeers By Alexandre DumasGet Context In 6 HIS MAJESTY KING LOUIS XIII
12 But then, philosopher that you are," said d'Artagnan, "instruct me, support me.
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13 But, then, to be able to instruct her child," continued the abbe, "she must have received an education herself.
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14 She was so thrilled, it was almost a pleasure to instruct her.
Lady Chatterley's Lover By D H LawrenceGet Context In Chapter 9
15 If I have acquired an interest in hearing of your instructive experiences, and can scarcely hear enough of them, I claim no merit for that, since I believe it is a general sentiment.
Hard Times By Charles DickensGet Context In BOOK 1: CHAPTER V