1 He really liked Sissy too well to have a contempt for her; otherwise he held her calculating powers in such very slight estimation that he must have fallen upon that conclusion.
2 Louisa, holding her hand, could feel no pulse; but kissing it, could see a slight thin thread of life in fluttering motion.
3 Such little actions, slight in another man, were very noticeable in him; and his daughter received them as if they had been words of contrition.
4 They followed paths and tracks, however slight.
5 But, the expectation among the people that the man would be found alive was very slight indeed.
6 As they were all going out again, he favoured her with one slight roll of his movable eye, desiring her to linger behind.
7 Though he thought them far too slight, he said, for such a service.
8 Over this champion the Disinherited Knight obtained a slight but decisive advantage.
9 Cedric, with some difficulty, compelled himself to make obeisance to the haughty Baron, who returned his courtesy with a slight inclination of the head.
10 The wise and attentive precautions adopted for his safety touched Richard's feelings, and removed any slight grudge which he might retain on account of the deception the Outlaw Captain had practised upon him.
11 Damsel," said Rowena, "Wilfred of Ivanhoe on that day rendered back but in slight measure your unceasing charity towards him in his wounds and misfortunes.
12 Yet still in his face one saw the watchful look, the slight vacancy of a cripple.
13 She bent her head to him shyly, and he changed his hat to his left hand and made her a slight bow, like a gentleman; but he said nothing at all.
14 He gave another slight bow, turned, put his hat on, and strode to take hold of the chair.
15 He saluted, and made a slight movement of the head in affirmation.