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Deign в предложении (на )

  1. She did not deign to reply.
  2. Would she but deign to hear me.
  3. She does not deign to be clever.
  4. He didn’t even deign to respond.
  5. He didn't deign to pick the card up.

  6. He would not deign to buy a poor girl.
  7. I need not say I did not deign to answer.
  8. Monsieur le Baron, deign to listen to me.
  9. I would not deign to be Hassans rival either.
  10. Read, you will deign to see, replied the serf.
  11. Enter, sir! Deign to enter, most respected benefactor, and.
  12. Naturally, she didn’t deign to notice Nerissa’s presence.
  13. Should you deign to return it to him he will be the happiest.
  14. He did not deign to dismount but spoke abruptly from the saddle.
  15. You don't mean you would run away? But Smerdyakov did not deign to reply.

  16. He would never deign to ask Doyle, even if a life depended on it, especially his own.
  17. Most riders wore helmets without visors; those who had them didn’t deign to close them.
  18. He only saw in her a pretty and fresh young girl, with whom he did not deign to unite his fate.
  19. Marshall offered to mediate but Chiang wouldn’t deign to speak to Mao, not even through the Americans.
  20. We are discussing things seriously; but if you won't deign to give me your attention, I will drop your acquaintance.
  21. Excellency, I have the honour of inviting you to my funeral; that is, if you will deign to honour it with your presence.
  22. When the frightful object first presented itself to the young Mohican, he did not deign to bestow a single glance on the animal.
  23. Alas! I am unclean to His eyes, and shall be until He may deign to let me stand forth in His sight as one of those who have not incurred His wrath.
  24. It may seem petty but you trifled with my affections when I made overtures towards you and only now, when you are in need, do you deign to respond.
  25. God grant that we may be guided aright, and that He will deign to watch over my husband and those dear to us both, and who are in such deadly peril.

  26. Conan did not deign to reply to the taunt, and the black, galled perhaps by his prisoner's silence, muttered a curse, stooped and spat full in the king's face.
  27. Saveliitch coughed to clear his voice, and began to explain: That, my lord, deign to understand, is the bill of my master’s goods carried off by the thieves.
  28. Freedom, I replied; which, as they tell you in a democracy, is the glory of the State--and that therefore in a democracy alone will the freeman of nature deign to dwell.
  29. Losing had lowered me in the eyes of Prince Sergay, of Versilov, though he did not deign to speak of it, of every one, even of Tatyana Pavlovna ; that is what I thought, I felt.
  30. It was as if Napoleon knew that it was only necessary for his hand to deign to touch that soldier’s breast for the soldier to be forever and distinguished from everyone else in the world.
  31. The ancient Egyptians, it is said, neglected foreign commerce, and the modem Chinese, it is known, hold it in the utmost contempt, and scarce deign to afford it the decent protection of the laws.
  32. It was as if Napoleon knew that it was only necessary for his hand to deign to touch that soldier’s breast for the soldier to be forever happy, rewarded, and distinguished from everyone else in the world.
  33. In most instances in which we wind up being helpful, it is the result of an idea that arose in the first few hours—when, starting from complete ignorance, we asked a question that an insider would never deign to ask.
  34. Baklouchin composed it for the officers and other distinguished visitors who might deign to honour the performance with their presence, including the officer of the guard, the officer of the watch, and an Engineer officer.
  35. I could boat them all ! Will none of the filthy, conventional herd understand that it would be ten times as creditable to hold their tongues, not to whine and not to deign to complain ! And if he does deign he deserves his fate, the bastard.
  36. Let this new Samson remain in his own country, and, bringing honour to it, bring honour at the same time on the grey heads of his venerable parents; for I will be content with any squire that comes to hand, as Sancho does not deign to accompany me.
  37. He did not deign to look at anyone, and never once glanced at the dead body, but sitting on his heels in the shade he spat as he smoked his short pipe, and occasionally uttered some few guttural sounds of command, which were respectfully listened to by his companion.
  38. Most of the staff quite enjoy the thrill of being fingerprinted but a couple of the older women are antagonistic, making a fuss about what people would think of them having their fingerprints taken but, in the end, because everyone is doing it, they deign to have it done.
  39. Tell these men that the question is only in the personal relation of every man to the moral, religious question, now standing before all, of the legitimacy and illegitimacy of his participation in the universal military service, and these savants will only shrug their shoulders, and will not even deign to give you an answer, or pay attention to you.
  40. Tell these scientists that the question deals only with the personal relations of each individual toward the moral and religious question, and then ask them what they think of the lawfulness or unlawfulness of taking part in the general conscription, and their sole reply will be a shrug of the shoulders; they will not even deign to give a thought to your question.
  41. Amory didn’t deign to shake hands, or say that it had been nice to meet him; he’d already turned to Regan and was telling her that, if she had a minute, they had important matters to cover; and what ever had she done to her finger? When Mercer glanced back, on the off-chance that she, at least, was ruefully watching, the two of them had already been sucked through one of the balcony doors.
  42. Before he would deign to make known to the President the nature and extent of the reparation he was authorized to offer, he demanded the revocation of the President's proclamation; in plain terms informing this nation that its Government should make concessions to His Majesty for using precautionary measures against the lawless acts of his officers, as a prerequisite to a tender of the reparation His Majesty had condescended through him to offer.
  43. He might say, for example, that Greece and Rome had forms of free government, and that they no longer exist; and deducing their fall from their devotion to liberty, the conclusion in favor of despotism would very satisfactorily follow! He demanded what there is in the nature and construction of maritime power to excite the fears that have been indulged? Do gentlemen really apprehend that a body of seamen will abandon their proper element, and, placing themselves under an aspiring chief, will erect a throne to his ambition? Will they deign to listen to the voice of history, and learn how chimerical are their apprehensions?
  44. But after all, though still under the same fear and apprehension, he has recorded it without adding to the story or leaving out a particle of the truth, and entirely disregarding the charges of falsehood that might be brought against him; and he was right, for the truth may run fine but will not break, and always rises above falsehood as oil above water; and so, going on with his story, he says that as soon as Don Quixote had ensconced himself in the forest, oak grove, or wood near El Toboso, he bade Sancho return to the city, and not come into his presence again without having first spoken on his behalf to his lady, and begged of her that it might be her good pleasure to permit herself to be seen by her enslaved knight, and deign to bestow her blessing upon him, so that he might thereby hope for a happy issue in all his encounters and difficult enterprises.
  1. She turns on one polished heel, barely deigning to reply.
  2. There seemed no point now in deigning what was blatantly.
  3. But the more efforts I made, the more the answer was not deigning to present itself.
  4. The freight agent led his mare away without deigning to reply, except by a shake of the head.
  5. That has been seen already, continued Lebedeff, not deigning to notice the interruption.
  6. But they were pale in comparison to the wider band that floated beyond them, not deigning to share the same spectrum.
  7. He clasped the rough leg of the elephant, and in a twinkling, without deigning to make use of the ladder, he had reached the aperture.
  8. Presently she came back up the road again, her head haughtily in the air, not deigning to take any further notice of her silent attendant.
  9. As Uncas thus replied, he pointed with his finger toward the solitary Huron, but without deigning to bestow any other notice on so unworthy an object.
  10. Without deigning to bestow further words, or to wait for any answer, the savage cast his rifle into the hollow of his arm, and moved silently through the encampment toward the woods where his own tribe was known to lie.
  11. The Mohican maintained his firm and haughty attitude; and his eyes, so far from deigning to meet her inquisitive look, dwelt steadily on the distance, as though it penetrated the obstacles which impeded the view and looked into futurity.
  12. Darya Alexandrovna told me, go to see them? Can I help showing that I know what she told me? And me to go magnanimously to forgive her, and have pity on her! Me go through a performance before her of forgiving, and deigning to bestow my love on her!.
  13. Without deigning to look at the assemblage a second time, Monsieur the Marquis leaned back in his seat, and was just being driven away with the air of a gentleman who had accidentally broke some common thing, and had paid for it, and could afford to pay for it; when his ease was suddenly disturbed by a coin flying into his carriage, and ringing on its floor.
  14. Can anything be compared with the horror of that? The vulgarity! The abjectness! I understand the 'prophet' with his sabre, on his steed: Allah commands and 'trembling' creation must obey! The 'prophet' is right, he is right when he sets a battery across the street and blows up the innocent and the guilty without deigning to explain! It's for you to obey, trembling creation, and not to have desires, for that's not for you!.
  15. And besides, how can I now, after what Darya Alexandrovna told me, go to see them? Can I help showing that I know what she told me? And me to go magnanimously to forgive her, and have pity on her! Me go through a performance before her of forgiving, and deigning to bestow my love on her!… What induced Darya Alexandrovna to tell me that? By chance I might have seen her, then everything would have happened of itself; but, as it is, it's out of the question, out of the question!.
  16. That a bill should be brought in on a very important subject which has been long under consideration, and that a gentleman should move to strike out the first section of the bill, which comprises all its vitality, (for it is the first section which provides for the continuance of the bank,) and should be supported in it, without deigning to assign any other reasons than may be derived from newspaper publications, which are so crude and voluminous that not one man out of ten will so far misspend his time as to take the trouble to read them, is indeed extraordinary.
  1. He deigned to notice her.
  2. Davy deigned no response.
  3. Then he deigned to speak.
  4. The Thenardier deigned to reply:—.
  5. Even James deigned to share the morning with us.
  6. I have seen him; but he has never deigned to notice.
  7. The Emperor has deigned to summon us and the merchants.
  8. Tzarina deigned to call to her presence the daughter of Captain.
  9. Exactly what business that was I never deigned to ask nor wanted to know.
  10. That strutting peacock deigned to inform us in that shrill and arrogant-sounding voice of his.
  11. Eventually he deigned to agree with me, but said that he would go to the next meeting to tell Fiona.
  12. When the air deigned to move, her hair danced out around her face, spider-webbing across her parted lips.
  13. No one took an interest in my broken leg and I was forced to suffer with it until she deigned to notice.
  14. In the past she had barely deigned to notice his presence, but today she smiled and shook his hand and said:.
  15. My useless gallimaufry, your mother called it on the one and only occasion she deigned to look at my work.
  16. The king, in his inexhaustible clemency, has deigned to commute his penalty to that of penal servitude for life.
  17. After years of strife, upper middle-class American living had at last deigned to grace them with its holistic presence.
  18. He had deigned an explanation, almost an apology, and I did not feel insensible to his condescension, and would not seem so.
  19. It was evident that Andrey Petrovitch had deigned to jest, and had paid me out in the same coin for my biting remark about his having grown old.
  20. And behold, He deigned to appear for a moment to the people, to the tortured, suffering people, sunk in iniquity, but loving Him like children.
  21. A lackey, wearing the imperial livery, entered and announced that her Majesty deigned to order to her presence the daughter of Captain Mironoff!.
  22. Occasionally they deigned to look up but inevitably, they decided they were more hungry for cards than flesh and very quickly looked down again at the table.
  23. The sun, if he could but see it, had deigned to grace the eastern skies with its presence, although at this hour its warmth was still tentative and brought no comfort.
  24. He then signed to Heyward to assist the sisters into the saddles, for he seldom deigned to use the English tongue, unless urged by some motive of more than usual moment.
  25. That strutting peacock deigned to inform us in that shrill and arrogant-sounding voice of his when he’d begun his report: I set out upon the road that your Fourth Army had taken, sire.
  26. And so many ages mankind had prayed with faith and fervor, O Lord our God, hasten Thy coming, so many ages called upon Him, that in His infinite mercy He deigned to come down to His servants.
  27. Is it the parting with Alyosha and the conversation I had with him? For so many years I've been silent with the whole world and not deigned to speak, and all of a sudden I reel off a rigmarole like that.
  28. Nor must you comfort yourself with the false hope that these are the unreal, confused feelings of a despondent spirit, for I feel indeed, I know, since God has deigned to reveal it to me—that I have now but a very short time to live.
  29. Why has he deigned to pay us a visit? If he do not recognize you as Tzar, he needs not to ask justice of you; if, on the other hand, he do recognize you, wherefore, then, has he stayed in Orenburg until now, in the midst of your enemies.
  30. The old lady sent news to Moscow almost every day, how he had slept, what he had deigned to eat, and had once sent a telegram to announce that after a dinner-party at the mayor's he was obliged to take a spoonful of a well-known medicine.
  31. Pretty soon I had to endure complaints about my disappearance, ending up to All those years I've been nothing but the little one you deigned to keep company with, just because nobody else wanted to be your friend! – at this point Persa almost burst into tears.
  32. I deigned to answer him, after expostulating with him on my right as one of the constituted authorities of the nation to exercise my own judgment in my official conduct, and showing that my merely differing with the Executive proved no more than that the Executive differed with me.
  33. Ah, sir! you can see he is a person of importance—he deigned at dinner to eat two roast sucking-pigs; and then he went into the upper part of the vapour-bath, where it was so hot that Tarass Kurotchkin himself could not stand it; he passed the broom to Bikbaieff, and only recovered by dint of cold water.
  34. Sebastian, where I found a highly educated brigand chief perusing Caesar's 'Commentaries,' and who deigned to leave off reading to inform me, that unless the next morning, before six o'clock, four thousand piastres were paid into his account at his banker's, at a quarter past six I should have ceased to exist.
  35. On Hawkeye he cast a glance of respectful enmity; on Duncan, a look of inextinguishable hatred; the shrinking figure of Alice he scarcely deigned to notice; but when his glance met the firm, commanding, and yet lovely form of Cora, his eye lingered a moment, with an expression that it might have been difficult to define.
  36. She told her at what hour the Tzarina rose, had her coffee, went to walk; what high lords there were about her, what she had deigned to say the evening before at table, who she received in the evening, and, in a word, the conversation of Anna Vlassiéfna[73] might have been a leaf from any memoir of the day, and would be invaluable now.
  37. At the moment when some big job was being pulled off, Kovroff suddenly appeared unexpectedly, with some of his "boys," and demanded a contribution, threatening instantly to inform the police if he did not get it—and the rogues, in order to "keep him quiet," had to give him whatever share of their plunder he graciously deigned to indicate.
  38. Whether Semyon Ivanovitch had been frightened by something, whether he had had a dream, as Remnev maintained afterwards, or there had been some other mischief—nobody knew; all that can be said is, that if the head clerk had made his appearance at that moment in the flat and had announced that Semyon Ivanovitch was dismissed for sedition, insubordination, and drunkenness; if some old draggle-tailed beggar woman had come in at the door, calling herself Semyon Ivanovitch's sister-in-law; or if Semyon Ivanovitch had just received two hundred roubles as a reward; or if the house had caught fire and Semyon Ivanovitch's head had been really burning—he would in all probability not have deigned to stir a finger in any of these eventualities.
  1. She is quietly fuming, storing heat like a brick, ready for whatever hour Jock deigns to return.
  2. The court-yard of this quarter is enclosed by enormous walls, over which the sun glances obliquely, when it deigns to penetrate into this gulf of moral and physical deformity.
  3. Despite having to toe the line, doing all the preparatory work which Billy deigns necessary, by early afternoon, Chrissie is wielding a brush and contentedly applying pale apricot paint to the walls of the front room.
  4. And we will not from the tribune of truth and good sense correct the Gospel of our Lord, Whom the counsel for the defense deigns to call only ‘the crucified lover of humanity,’ in opposition to all orthodox Russia, which calls to Him, ‘For Thou art our God!’ .
  5. The meschanka Katerina Maslova is hereby informed that his Imperial Majesty, with reference to her most loyal petition, condescending to her request, deigns to order that her sentence to hard labour should be commuted to one of exile to the less distant districts of Siberia.

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