But, turning from the personal and domestic life of the illustrious leader, he spoke of the methods which Washington adopted to win back
the metropolis of New England from the British.
Buck could not hold his own, and swept on down-stream, struggling desperately, but unable to win back
. When he heard Thornton's command repeated, he partly reared out of the water, throwing his head high, as though for a last look, then turned obediently toward the bank.
He went out the back way and wandered down the obscure lane grieving, and wondering if any course of future conduct, however discreet and carefully perfected and watched over, could win back
his uncle's favor and persuade him to reconstruct once more that generous will which had just gone to ruin before his eyes.
I nodded my head, but said, "We'll all win back
to San Francisco, Leach, and you'll be with me when I go to see Matt McCarthy."
As he raises his head aloft to fling a challenge at the men upon the palace walls I see his face, and my heart swells in pride and happiness as the red warriors leap to the side of their leader and win back
the ground that they had but just lost--the face of him upon the mighty thoat is the face of my son--Carthoris of Helium.
She began to save money, thinking that when she had saved two or three hundred dollars she would follow her lover to the city and try if her presence would not win back
They told pleasant tales, and sang their sweetest songs to cheer and gladden, while the dim cells grew bright with the sunlight, and fragrant with the flowers the loving Elves had brought, and by their gentle teachings those sad, despairing hearts were filled with patient hope and earnest longing to win back
their lost innocence and joy.
"Do you always?" asked her friend, leaning forward with an irresistible desire to win back
the old-time love and confidence, too precious to be exchanged for a little brief excitement or the barren honor of "bagging a bird," to use Trix's elegant expression.
Know, base-born knave, that you have dared this day to stand in the path of one whose race have been the advisers of kings and the leaders of hosts, ere ever this vile crew of Norman robbers came into the land, or such half-blood hounds as you were let loose to preach that the thief should have his booty and the honest man should sin if he strove to win back
As for Jos, even in that little interview in the garret at the Elephant Inn, she had found means to win back
a great deal of his good-will.
To win back
my youth, Gerald, there is nothing I wouldn't do - except take exercise, get up early, or be a useful member of the community.
There were many of us who were glad enough to win back
our freedom, and yet who had no wish to have murder on our souls.