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Mr. Crawford suggested the greater desirableness of some carriage which might convey more than two.
Meanwhile the desirableness of an interview with Carwin again returned, and I finally resolved to seek it.
And she was aware of pride in herself, in her woman's desirableness that had won for her so wonderful a lover.
A Few Words to Tradesmen and Public on the desirableness .
She deliberately demonstrated that she was desirable to other men, as he involuntarily demonstrated his own desirableness to the women.
In August 1897, a public meeting was held in Warialda to consider "the desirableness of transferring the village into a municipality".
The question is not concerning its desirableness, but its practicability: so far as it is practicable, it is desirable.
The harpooner suggested the eminent desirableness of a drink, and Scotty searched his pockets for dimes and nickels.
A Visitation Sermon on the desirableness of the Christian Faith,' published at the request of Bishop Sherlock, Oxford, 1744.
I doubt whether the desirableness of the existence of a volunteer force and of a fleet really is within the arena of PARTY polemics.
Of these causes, Cicero goes deepest into judicial oratory, therefore emphasizing "the desirableness of maintaining the laws, and the danger with which all public and private affairs are threatened."
"On the Desirableness of Personal Relations Between Librarians and Readers: The Past and Future of Reference Service."
"You see, I wasn't inveigled much into the desirableness of having infants around a ranch, except the kind that feed themselves and sell for so much on the hoof when they grow up.
While away on my cruises on the bay, I took no drink along; and while out on the bay the thought of the desirableness of a drink never crossed my mind.
Such is my judgment, Lysimachus, of the desirableness of this art; but, as I said at first, ask Socrates, and do not let him go until he has given you his opinion of the matter.
"Jesus, the so-called humanitarian, never ceased to insist on the necessity of suffering, the desirableness of suffering--of that suffering which a weak and sickly humanitarianism would fain suppress if it could."
My certainty in this matter was due, not to any exalted sense of my own desirableness to women, but to my anything but exalted concept of women as instinctive huntresses of men.
The desirableness of both these institutions has so constantly increased with every new view I have taken of the subject that I can not omit the opportunity of once for all recalling your attention to them."
Harriet expressed herself very much as might be supposed, without reproaches, or apparent sense of ill-usage; and yet Emma fancied there was a something of resentment, a something bordering on it in her style, which increased the desirableness of their being separate.
Next let it be considered, that the following law seems to hold in our attainment of knowledge, that according to its desirableness, whether in point of excellence, or range, or intricacy, so is the subtlety of the evidence on which it is received.
She would not speak to Anne with half the certainty she felt on the subject, she would venture on little more than hints of what might be hereafter, of a possible attachment on his side, of the desirableness of the alliance, supposing such attachment to be real and returned.
It may be added that as persons without any conviction from reason of the desirableness of life would yet of course preserve it merely from the appetite of hunger, so, by acting merely from regard (suppose) to reputation, without any consideration of the good of others, men often contribute to public good.
Later, Aquinas made an argument that stated, "Good and being are the really the same, and differ only according to reason.... Good presents the aspect of desirableness, which being does not present." ('Summa Theologica', Part I, Q. 5, Art. 1) So good is postulated to be indefinable.