1 The royal policy had long been to weaken, by every means, legal or illegal, the strength of a part of the population which was justly considered as nourishing the most inveterate antipathy to their victor.
2 Lady," said Cedric, "this beseems not; were further pledge necessary, I myself, offended, and justly offended, as I am, would yet gage my honour for the honour of Ivanhoe.
3 The sudden and romantic appearance of his son in the lists at Ashby, he had justly regarded as almost a death's blow to his hopes.
4 Say to the Grand Master," replied Rebecca, "that I maintain my innocence, and do not yield me as justly condemned, lest I become guilty of mine own blood.
5 I think nobody can justly accuse me of sparing myself upon any occasion, but really I cannot do everything at once.
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6 The subject is more justly considered.
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7 Heyward lifted his head from the cover, and beheld what he justly considered a prodigy of rashness and skill.
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8 Brother, the woman is the wife of one of my bravest young men; deal justly by her.
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9 American is justly proud of the origin of his nation, which.
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10 An atmosphere of sympathetic influence encircles every human being; and the man or woman who feels strongly, healthily and justly, on the great interests of humanity, is a constant benefactor to the human race.
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11 One's fortune, as your mother justly says, is NOT one's own.
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12 'Tis because you are an indifferent person," said Lucy, with some pique, and laying a particular stress on those words, "that your judgment might justly have such weight with me.
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13 What they had said in the conversation, that he acted justly only in a negative sense, absorbed his thoughts.
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14 It was the remaining half of the justly celebrated English cavalry.
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15 She never made a mistake about anything, and she saw things justly.
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