decently sätze

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Decently sätze (in englisch)

  1. Behave decently in her presence.
  2. But they were very decently kept.
  3. Everything should be done decently.
  4. The room was decently furnished and clean.
  5. He is decently put away--is there any thing more?

  6. I insisted that Ihcy should always behave decently.
  7. Is there any place where they feed one decently?
  8. I expect that they be treated decently and with respect.
  9. There isn't even a room you could use decently as a studio.
  10. You will be treated decently, like the rest of your comrades.
  11. Once there, they stayed as long as they could decently get away with.
  12. A human who was decently dressed could get away with it much of the time.
  13. They’d laid them out as decently and with as much respect as they could.
  14. He found the address, it was a decently nice door on a corner between two others.
  15. Grant it, I was getting paid decently for the cooking gig, but cooking at an Irish.

  16. Husbands roused wives at dawn and told them as much as could be decently told to women.
  17. He had only been waiting till the aforesaid blighted affections were decently interred.
  18. She had adjusted to the shoes, and was able to perform decently, if not pretty damn well.
  19. He looked about forty, was short and bald, had a greyish beard, and was decently dressed.
  20. That might work, but it would not give her enough money to live decently or retire someday.
  21. Why," fumed Tussie, "can't we live decently? Hasn't it struck you that we're very vulgar?".
  22. The corpse was laid in a coffin and will be buried decently to-morrow in Veilbye churchyard.
  23. However, he took it with his usual good grace and stashed as much of the profits as he decently could.
  24. And you? Are you going to have lunch too? They feed you quite decently here, continued Telyánin.
  25. Talking about poverty, I never understood how these proud people managed to always look very decently.

  26. Maybe if fiction actually treated truth decently and paid it some attention, it wouldn’t have to get.
  27. He couldn't have been much older than me, and the two of them looked like they had been eating decently.
  28. In extremity, in the worst extremity, the majority of people, even of common people, will behave decently.
  29. We have an excellent priest, he conducts the service decently and with dignity, and the deacon is the same.
  30. Will that satisfy you?""Yes, yes, make your mind easy, he shall be decently interred in the newest sack we can.
  31. I was glad to give her a sufficient sum to set her up in a good line of business, and so get decently rid of her.
  32. Our existence, Robert, our decently happy existence in a decently happy home with properly cared-for children--.
  33. He was now decently clothed in a ‘sport shirt’ open at the neck, sneakers and duck trousers of a nebulous hue.
  34. She knew little of the technical details and couldn’t really play an instrument, though she could sing decently.
  35. We probed as much as we decently could without raising his suspicions over lunch, but turned up absolutely nothing.
  36. I made sure to keep Mark the Roonek's considerable bulk between them and me whenever I decently could get away with it.
  37. We all must die; but, hang it all, a man ought to be given a chance, if not for his life, then at least to die decently.
  38. They are making millions in that industry at the moment, so it’s not as if they couldn’t afford to treat you decently.
  39. I made inquiries, and found that the house in the Champs Elysees is his own property, and certainly it was very decently kept up.
  40. They can’t bake bread anywhere, decently; and they all freeze in their houses, during winter, like a lot of mice in a cellar.
  41. While struggling to eat a mango decently she asked, "Joe, why don't places like Willstown have more fresh fruit? Won't it grow?".
  42. I may not have had a girlfriend in those years but even I could figure out what she wanted and ran away as soon as I decently could.
  43. Clean-shaven and wearing dress trousers and shirt with a tie, his shoes were decently shined, his ankles hidden by dark knee-socks.
  44. Her cloth-of-gold slippers were in tatters, her robes and silken under-garments torn to shreds that scarcely held together decently.
  45. The Semi-drunk and one or two other habitual boozers were very shabby and down at heel, but the majority of the men were decently dressed.
  46. Anderson didn’t miss the ‘mister’ in the interrogator’s question, a good sign that he was going to be treated more decently than Nancy.
  47. Composing the limbs as decently as I could, and averting my eyes from the pathetic, innocent looking sex, I wrapped it- him in an old blanket.
  48. If you are a battery-commander, you must live decently; you need a carriage, and a fur coat, and this thing and that thing, and a dozen more.
  49. Meanwhile, six miles late in the summer is more difficult because this is the time when the water is low, sometimes too low to paddle decently.
  50. It seems like ages before I can decently change the subject but, after an eternity, she runs down on the subject of Andy and his transgressions.
  51. Perhaps because I resented Hassan, I found that noisy and merry evening unbearable and left with a lame excuse as soon as was decently possible.
  52. He was a young man, about twenty-seven, decently dressed, well made, slender and dark, with a pale, rather muddy-coloured face and black lustreless eyes.
  53. Yes, well, she questioned a few of the men and found they weren't clamoring to break down the doors to leave, that they were well-fed and housed decently.
  54. A few Sundays later, one of the first arrivals was master James, but he was so decently clad that I did not recognize him, and was obliged to inquire his name.
  55. In the middle of these decently arrayed rejoices, the candles on the tree lighting up every inch of him, stood Joey in a Norfolk jacket, gaiters, and green check tie.
  56. The message to Price was clear: if you don't do too badly during the down years, you only have to perform decently during the up years to beat the averages over time.
  57. There will be a cage over their heads, so any foul balls will bounce back onto their own heads, so they have to throw it back to the pitchers and hit it again decently.
  58. People all over Europe and Russia and America were rising up and refusing to be obedient oppressed slaves and demanding to be treated more decently, and demanding more rights.
  59. If there are any prisoners of war or forced laborers from other countries still in Japan, they are to be treated decently until they can be repatriated to their respective countries.
  60. Elinor answered in some distress that she was, and then talked of head-aches, low spirits, and over fatigues; and of every thing to which she could decently attribute her sister's behaviour.
  61. Elinor answered in some distress that she was, and then talked of head-aches, low spirits, and over fatigues; and of every thing to which she could decently attribute her sister’s behaviour.
  62. What is the use of counting on any success of mine? It is a mere toss up whether I shall ever do more than keep myself decently, unless I choose to sell myself as a mere pen and a mouthpiece.
  63. The masses were beginning to wake up and were quickly becoming aware of themselves as human beings, as workers as women who deserved to be treated decently and have a say in their country’s govt.
  64. If we had a quick voyage it would be no to our miscredit wi' the owners, or no hurt to our traffic, an' the Old Mon who had served his ain purpose wad be decently grateful to us for no hinderin' him.
  65. The apartment itself comprises three decent sized bedrooms, a large lounge with balcony (with washing line arrangements), a dining room, decently appointed kitchen and bathroom – all very modern and sleek.
  66. When these visiting ladies' went into a workman's house and found it clean and decently furnished, and the children clean and tidy, they came to the conclusion that those people were not suitable `cases' for assistance.
  67. It wasn’t all that surprising, Sharpfield thought, that Sarmouth had released the ship which had been a floating chamber of horror for the Charisians aboard it and retained the one aboard which they’d been decently treated.
  68. Then she would make a rush at the crowd; if she noticed any decently dressed person stopping to look, she immediately appealed to him to see what these children "from a genteel, one may say aristocratic, house" had been brought to.
  69. The truth is, that living or dead, if but decently treated, whales as a species are by no means creatures of ill odor; nor can whalemen be recognised, as the people of the middle ages affected to detect a Jew in the company, by the nose.
  70. What is the use, after all, of being so vocal? We have each given the other many hours of pleasure, and shall we not be grateful rather than tragic? Here we are, got at last to the point where we face the inevitable, and we may as well do it decently.
  71. Harlow, desiring that everything should be done decently and in order, had meantime arranged in front of the pulpit a carpenter's sawing stool, and an empty pail with a small piece of board laid across it, to serve as a seat and a table for the chairman.
  72. Or there were two paradises, the upper and the lower—one in Heaven, for those who had attained the heights of holiness; one in the earth, for those who had lived but decently; and the heavenly paradise was sixty times larger then the whole lower earth.
  73. But suddenly he fell upon me almost with fury; I had had no time to mutter more than a couple of words; but he had doubtless observed that I was decently dressed and, therefore, took deep offence because I had dared enter his den so unceremoniously, and spy out the squalor and untidiness of it.
  74. As for me, I knew, of course, how to behave decently even then, and should never have disgraced anyone; but what was my amazement when I caught on Prince Sergay's face the same hopeless, miserable and vindictive look directed at me : he was ashamed of us both then, and put me on a level with Stebelkov.
  75. This chapter connects all of the distant enlightening points of truth throughout human history and explains the existence of these undead evil things as a constant condition which systematically hides and twists every attempt of Living Life to straighten itself out and live decently in happiness and health.
  76. As long as such presents, as long as the emoluments of justice, or what may be called the fees of court, constituted, in this manner, the whole ordinary revenue which the sovereign derived from his sovereignty, it could not well be expected, it could not even decently be proposed, that he should give them up altogether.
  77. Fortunately his wife was a good needlewoman, and as sober and industrious as himself; by dint of slaving incessantly from morning till night she managed to keep her home fairly comfortable and the children clean and decently dressed; they always looked respectable, although they did not always have enough proper food to eat.
  78. Ten times, as I told you, he came to see Dantes' father, and offered to receive him in his own house; and the night or two before his death, as I have already said, he left his purse on the mantelpiece, with which they paid the old man's debts, and buried him decently; and so Edmond's father died, as he had lived, without doing harm to any one.
  79. Then man, with his restless, protesting conscience, did his best to estrange you from the consolation, and, in consequence, some eccentric, undisciplined creature now and again voices to the world the disorganized, hysterical feminine emotions which should have been discreetly sobbed into the ecclesiastical ear, decently entombed in the silence of the confessional.
  80. Never bothered you, has he, since you got rid of him? Played the game decently, eh? He was very much in love with you, poor devil--God, how much in love! grinned George, as long-forgotten visions of Job, the hardest-headed man of money in Europe, abject with adoration following Fanny about at parties, never taking his eyes off her, flushing if she threw him half a look, trembling when she came near him, emerged again through the swamp of years.
  81. Why, how do you suppose we could get all we need out of our hundred pounds a year--I translate our marks into your pounds for your greater convenience--if we had to give a servant more than eight of them and for our house more than fifteen? Papa and I do not like to be kept hungry in the matter of books, and we shall probably spend every penny of our income; but I know a number of families with children who live decently and have occasional coffee-parties and put by for their daughters' _trousseaux_ on the same sum.
  82. Does not America offer any inducement for men to settle here? The American has dwindled into an Odd Fellow—one who may be known by the development of his organ of gregariousness, and a manifest lack of intellect and cheerful self-reliance; whose first and chief concern, on coming into the world, is to see that the almshouses are in good repair; and, before yet he has lawfully donned the virile garb, to collect a fund for the support of the widows and orphans that may be; who, in short ventures to live only by the aid of the Mutual Insurance company, which has promised to bury him decently.
  83. Though amid all the smoking horror and diabolism of a sea-fight, sharks will be seen longingly gazing up to the ship's decks, like hungry dogs round a table where red meat is being carved, ready to bolt down every killed man that is tossed to them; and though, while the valiant butchers over the deck-table are thus cannibally carving each other's live meat with carving-knives all gilded and tasselled, the sharks, also, with their jewel-hilted mouths, are quarrelsomely carving away under the table at the dead meat; and though, were you to turn the whole affair upside down, it would still be pretty much the same thing, that is to say, a shocking sharkish business enough for all parties; and though sharks also are the invariable outriders of all slave ships crossing the Atlantic, systematically trotting alongside, to be handy in case a parcel is to be carried anywhere, or a dead slave to be decently buried; and though one or two other like instances might be set down, touching the set terms, places, and occasions, when sharks do most socially congregate, and most hilariously feast; yet is there no conceivable time or occasion when you will find them in such countless numbers, and in gayer or more jovial spirits, than around a dead sperm whale, moored by night to a whaleship at sea.

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