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purgante
= participio presente di purgare
= che purga , che serve a purgare = participio passato di purgare
= libero da impurità , puro<
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* I primi erano addetti ai servizi più penosi e pericolosi della pestilenza: levar dalle case , dalle strade , dal lazzeretto , i cadaveri ; condurli sui carri alle fosse , e sotterrarli ; portare o guidare al lazzeretto gl'infermi , e governarli ; bruciare , purgare la roba infetta e sospetta .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)<>
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purgamento
= il purgare , il purgarsi , l'essere purgato .<>
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purgante
= participio presente di purgare
= che purga , che serve a purgare<>
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purgata
= il purgare , il purgarsi .<>
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purgativo
= che serve a purgare , che contiene sostanze purganti<>
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purgato
= participio passato di purgare
= libero da impurità , puro<>
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purgatura
= il purgare qualcosa da scorie , impurità - le impurità , le scorie rimosse .<>
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ripurgare
= verbo trans. purgare di nuovo <>
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spurgare
= verbo transitivo pulire , purgare un canale , un passaggio da ciò che l'ostruisce , <>
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Inglese
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When a woman has fivegrown-up daughters, she ought to give over thinking of her own beauty.<>
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"(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "Which do you mean?" and turning round he looked for a moment atElizabeth, till catching her eye, he withdrew his own and coldly said:"She is tolerable, but not handsome enough to tempt me; I am in nohumour at present to give consequence to young ladies who are slightedby other men.<>
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Well, he certainly isvery agreeable, and I give you leave to like him.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) On his approaching them soon afterwards, though without seeming to haveany intention of speaking, Miss Lucas defied her friend to mention sucha subject to him; which immediately provoking Elizabeth to do it, sheturned to him and said:"Did you not think, Mr. Darcy, that I expressed myself uncommonlywell just now, when I was teasing Colonel Forster to give us a ball atMeryton?""With great energy; but it is always a subject which makes a ladyenergetic.<>
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I was never more annoyed! The insipidity, and yet the noise--thenothingness, and yet the self-importance of all those people! What wouldI give to hear your strictures on them!""Your conjecture is totally wrong, I assure you.<>
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The two girls had been whispering toeach other during the whole visit, and the result of it was, that theyoungest should tax Mr. Bingley with having promised on his first cominginto the country to give a ball at Netherfield.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "Will you give me leave to defer your raptures till I write again? Atpresent I have not room to do them justice.<>
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But I amafraid you are giving it a turn which that gentleman did by no meansintend; for he would certainly think better of me, if under such acircumstance I were to give a flat denial, and ride off as fast as Icould.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "I hope," said she, as they were walking together in the shrubberythe next day, "you will give your mother-in-law a few hints, when thisdesirable event takes place, as to the advantage of holding her tongue;and if you can compass it, do cure the younger girls of running afterofficers.<>
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Miss Bingley's civility to Elizabeth increased at lastvery rapidly, as well as her affection for Jane; and when they parted,after assuring the latter of the pleasure it would always give herto see her either at Longbourn or Netherfield, and embracing her mosttenderly, she even shook hands with the former.<>
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Bennetwondered at their coming, and thought them very wrong to give so muchtrouble, and was sure Jane would have caught cold again.<>
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" Some of them were to dine with the Phillipsesthe next day, and their aunt promised to make her husband call on Mr.Wickham, and give him an invitation also, if the family from Longbournwould come in the evening.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "I have no right to give my opinion," said Wickham, "as to his beingagreeable or otherwise.<>
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It has often led him to be liberal and generous, to give his moneyfreely, to display hospitality, to assist his tenants, and relieve thepoor.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) The two young ladies were summoned from the shrubbery, where thisconversation passed, by the arrival of the very persons of whom they hadbeen speaking; Mr. Bingley and his sisters came to give their personalinvitation for the long-expected ball at Netherfield, which was fixedfor the following Tuesday.<>
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Mr. Collins listened to herwith the determined air of following his own inclination, and, when sheceased speaking, replied thus:"My dear Miss Elizabeth, I have the highest opinion in the world inyour excellent judgement in all matters within the scope of yourunderstanding; but permit me to say, that there must be a widedifference between the established forms of ceremony amongst the laity,and those which regulate the clergy; for, give me leave to observe thatI consider the clerical office as equal in point of dignity withthe highest rank in the kingdom--provided that a proper humility ofbehaviour is at the same time maintained.<>
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Twice has she condescended to give me her opinion (unaskedtoo!) on this subject; and it was but the very Saturday night before Ileft Hunsford--between our pools at quadrille, while Mrs.<>
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Youmust give me leave to judge for myself, and pay me the complimentof believing what I say.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "You must give me leave to flatter myself, my dear cousin, that yourrefusal of my addresses is merely words of course.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) She would not give him time to reply, but hurrying instantly to herhusband, called out as she entered the library, "Oh! Mr. Bennet, youare wanted immediately; we are all in an uproar.<>
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Bennet give up the point.<>
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Mr. Collins's presentcircumstances made it a most eligible match for their daughter, to whomthey could give little fortune; and his prospects of future wealth wereexceedingly fair.<>
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She resolvedto give her the information herself, and therefore charged Mr. Collins,when he returned to Longbourn to dinner, to drop no hint of what hadpassed before any of the family.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "Indeed, Mr. Bennet," said she, "it is very hard to think that CharlotteLucas should ever be mistress of this house, that I should be forced tomake way for her, and live to see her take her place in it!""My dear, do not give way to such gloomy thoughts.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Hope was over, entirely over; and when Jane could attend to the restof the letter, she found little, except the professed affection of thewriter, that could give her any comfort.<>
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It is unaccountable! In every view it isunaccountable!""My dear Lizzy, do not give way to such feelings as these.<>
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They had, therefore, manyacquaintances in common; and though Wickham had been little there sincethe death of Darcy's father, it was yet in his power to give her fresherintelligence of her former friends than she had been in the way ofprocuring.<>
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Gardiner about this time reminded Elizabeth of her promiseconcerning that gentleman, and required information; and Elizabethhad such to send as might rather give contentment to her aunt than toherself.<>
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The journey would moreover give hera peep at Jane; and, in short, as the time drew near, she would havebeen very sorry for any delay.<>
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Whatare young men to rocks and mountains? Oh! what hours of transportwe shall spend! And when we do return, it shall not be like othertravellers, without being able to give one accurate idea of anything.<>
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After sitting long enough toadmire every article of furniture in the room, from the sideboard tothe fender, to give an account of their journey, and of all that hadhappened in London, Mr. Collins invited them to take a stroll in thegarden, which was large and well laid out, and to the cultivation ofwhich he attended himself.<>
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I always say that nothing is to be done in education without steadyand regular instruction, and nobody but a governess can give it.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "Upon my word," said her ladyship, "you give your opinion very decidedlyfor so young a person.<>
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As soonas they had driven from the door, Elizabeth was called on by her cousinto give her opinion of all that she had seen at Rosings, which, forCharlotte's sake, she made more favourable than it really was.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Elizabeth laughed heartily at this picture of herself, and said toColonel Fitzwilliam, "Your cousin will give you a very pretty notion ofme, and teach you not to believe a word I say.<>
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Indeed, Mr. Darcy, it is very ungenerous in you to mention allthat you knew to my disadvantage in Hertfordshire--and, give me leave tosay, very impolitic too--for it is provoking me to retaliate, and suchthings may come out as will shock your relations to hear.<>
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It is because he will not give himself the trouble.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "If he means to be but little at Netherfield, it would be better forthe neighbourhood that he should give up the place entirely, for then wemight possibly get a settled family there.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "I should not be surprised," said Darcy, "if he were to give it up assoon as any eligible purchase offers.<>
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Henever said a great deal, nor did she give herself the trouble of talkingor of listening much; but it struck her in the course of their thirdrencontre that he was asking some odd unconnected questions--abouther pleasure in being at Hunsford, her love of solitary walks, and heropinion of Mr. and Mrs.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "Are you indeed? And pray what sort of guardians do you make? Does yourcharge give you much trouble? Young ladies of her age are sometimes alittle difficult to manage, and if she has the true Darcy spirit, shemay like to have her own way.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "Did Mr. Darcy give you reasons for this interference?""I understood that there were some very strong objections against thelady.<>
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But amidst your concernfor the defects of your nearest relations, and your displeasure at thisrepresentation of them, let it give you consolation to consider that, tohave conducted yourselves so as to avoid any share of the like censure,is praise no less generally bestowed on you and your elder sister, thanit is honourable to the sense and disposition of both.<>
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My father supported him atschool, and afterwards at Cambridge--most important assistance, as hisown father, always poor from the extravagance of his wife, would havebeen unable to give him a gentleman's education.<>
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Here again I shall give you pain--to what degreeyou only can tell.<>
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Elizabeth had frequentlyunited with Jane in an endeavour to check the imprudence of Catherineand Lydia; but while they were supported by their mother's indulgence,what chance could there be of improvement? Catherine, weak-spirited,irritable, and completely under Lydia's guidance, had been alwaysaffronted by their advice; and Lydia, self-willed and careless, wouldscarcely give them a hearing.<>
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Mr. Gardiner would be prevented by business fromsetting out till a fortnight later in July, and must be in London againwithin a month, and as that left too short a period for them to go sofar, and see so much as they had proposed, or at least to see it withthe leisure and comfort they had built on, they were obliged to give upthe Lakes, and substitute a more contracted tour, and, according to thepresent plan, were to go no farther northwards than Derbyshire.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) It is not the object of this work to give a description of Derbyshire,nor of any of the remarkable places through which their route thitherlay; Oxford, Blenheim, Warwick, Kenilworth, Birmingham, etc.<>
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"Whatevercan give his sister any pleasure is sure to be done in a moment.<>
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And there is something of dignity in his countenance that wouldnot give one an unfavourable idea of his heart.<>
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But, to be sure, thegood lady who showed us his house did give him a most flaming character!I could hardly help laughing aloud sometimes.<>
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She wanted to ascertain thefeelings of each of her visitors; she wanted to compose her own, andto make herself agreeable to all; and in the latter object, where shefeared most to fail, she was most sure of success, for those to whom sheendeavoured to give pleasure were prepossessed in her favour.<>
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Georgiana's reception of them was very civil, but attended withall the embarrassment which, though proceeding from shyness and the fearof doing wrong, would easily give to those who felt themselves inferiorthe belief of her being proud and reserved.<>
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His choice isdisinterested at least, for he must know my father can give her nothing.<>
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Is there nothing you could take to give youpresent relief? A glass of wine; shall I get you one? You are very ill.<>
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Can you yourself, Lizzy, so wholly give him up, as to believehim capable of it?""Not, perhaps, of neglecting his own interest; but of every otherneglect I can believe him capable.<>
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Lydia hasno brothers to step forward; and he might imagine, from my father'sbehaviour, from his indolence and the little attention he has everseemed to give to what was going forward in his family, that he woulddo as little, and think as little about it, as any father could do, insuch a matter.<>
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He wrote me a few lines on Wednesday to saythat he had arrived in safety, and to give me his directions, which Iparticularly begged him to do.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "Do not give way to useless alarm," added he; "though it is right to beprepared for the worst, there is no occasion to look on it as certain.<>
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In a few days more wemay gain some news of them; and till we know that they are not married,and have no design of marrying, do not let us give the matter over aslost.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "Colonel Forster did own that he had often suspected some partiality,especially on Lydia's side, but nothing to give him any alarm.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "And was Denny convinced that Wickham would not marry? Did he know oftheir intending to go off? Had Colonel Forster seen Denny himself?""Yes; but, when questioned by him, Denny denied knowing anything oftheir plans, and would not give his real opinion about it.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Elizabeth was at no loss to understand from whence this deference to herauthority proceeded; but it was not in her power to give any informationof so satisfactory a nature as the compliment deserved.<>
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It was possible, however, that some ofhis companions in the ----shire might be able to give more information;and though she was not very sanguine in expecting it, the applicationwas a something to look forward to.<>
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There was no one, therefore,who could be pointed out as likely to give any news of him.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "This is a parade," he cried, "which does one good; it gives such anelegance to misfortune! Another day I will do the same; I will sit in mylibrary, in my nightcap and powdering gown, and give as much trouble asI can; or, perhaps, I may defer it till Kitty runs away.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "MY DEAR BROTHER,"At last I am able to send you some tidings of my niece, and such as,upon the whole, I hope it will give you satisfaction.<>
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If, as I concludewill be the case, you send me full powers to act in your name throughoutthe whole of this business, I will immediately give directions toHaggerston for preparing a proper settlement.<>
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Lizzy, my dear, run down to your father, and ask himhow much he will give her.<>
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My dear, dearLydia! How merry we shall be together when we meet!"Her eldest daughter endeavoured to give some relief to the violence ofthese transports, by leading her thoughts to the obligations which Mr.Gardiner's behaviour laid them all under.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Elizabeth was now most heartily sorry that she had, from the distress ofthe moment, been led to make Mr. Darcy acquainted with their fears forher sister; for since her marriage would so shortly give theproper termination to the elopement, they might hope to conceal itsunfavourable beginning from all those who were not immediately on thespot.<>
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And will you give yourself the trouble of carryingsimilar assurances to his creditors in Meryton, of whom I shall subjoina list according to his information? He has given in all his debts; Ihope at least he has not deceived us.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) It was not to be supposed that time would give Lydia that embarrassmentfrom which she had been so wholly free at first.<>
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Well, I was so frightened Idid not know what to do, for my uncle was to give me away; and if wewere beyond the hour, we could not be married all day.<>
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But at last your unclewas forced to yield, and instead of being allowed to be of use to hisniece, was forced to put up with only having the probable credit of it,which went sorely against the grain; and I really believe your letterthis morning gave him great pleasure, because it required an explanationthat would rob him of his borrowed feathers, and give the praise whereit was due.<>
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It is a relation whichyou tell me is to give you great surprise; I hope at least it will notafford you any displeasure.<>
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He was exactly what he had been, when Iknew him in Hertfordshire; but I would not tell you how little I wassatisfied with her behaviour while she staid with us, if I had notperceived, by Jane's letter last Wednesday, that her conduct on cominghome was exactly of a piece with it, and therefore what I now tellyou can give you no fresh pain.<>
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She knew how littlesuch a situation would give pleasure to either, or make either appear toadvantage.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "If he does not come to me, then," said she, "I shall give him up forever.<>
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Jane instantly gave a lookat Elizabeth which spoke her distress at such premeditation, and herentreaty that she would not give in to it.<>
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Oh! Lizzy, toknow that what I have to relate will give such pleasure to all my dearfamily! how shall I bear so much happiness!"She then hastened away to her mother, who had purposely broken up thecard party, and was sitting up stairs with Kitty.<>
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Bennet could not give her consent orspeak her approbation in terms warm enough to satisfy her feelings,though she talked to Bingley of nothing else for half an hour; and whenMr. Bennet joined them at supper, his voice and manner plainly showedhow really happy he was.<>
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"Oh! Lizzy, why am I thus singled from my family, and blessedabove them all! If I could but see you as happy! If there were butsuch another man for you!""If you were to give me forty such men, I never could be so happy asyou.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "And I certainly never shall give it.<>
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And with regard to theresentment of his family, or the indignation of the world, if the formerwere excited by his marrying me, it would not give me one moment'sconcern--and the world in general would have too much sense to join inthe scorn.<>
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I suppose she hadnothing particular to say to you, Lizzy?"Elizabeth was forced to give into a little falsehood here; for toacknowledge the substance of their conversation was impossible.<>
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LadyCatherine might see him in her way through town; and his engagement toBingley of coming again to Netherfield must give way.<>
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I shall then give over every expectation, every wish of hisconstancy.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "'After mentioning the likelihood of this marriage to her ladyship lastnight, she immediately, with her usual condescension, expressed what shefelt on the occasion; when it became apparent, that on the score of somefamily objections on the part of my cousin, she would never give herconsent to what she termed so disgraceful a match.<>
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I thought it my dutyto give the speediest intelligence of this to my cousin, that she andher noble admirer may be aware of what they are about, and not runhastily into a marriage which has not been properly sanctioned.<>
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Had they fixed on any other manit would have been nothing; but his perfect indifference, and yourpointed dislike, make it so delightfully absurd! Much as I abominatewriting, I would not give up Mr. Collins's correspondence for anyconsideration.<>
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"Did it," said he, "did it soon make youthink better of me? Did you, on reading it, give any credit to itscontents?"She explained what its effect on her had been, and how gradually all herformer prejudices had been removed.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "I knew," said he, "that what I wrote must give you pain, but it wasnecessary.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "I cannot give you credit for any philosophy of the kind.<>
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Nothing could give either Bingley or myself moredelight.<>
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I now give it to you, if you are resolved onhaving him.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "My beauty you had early withstood, and as for my manners--my behaviourto you was at least always bordering on the uncivil, and I never spoketo you without rather wishing to give you pain than not.<>
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But itought to be done, and if you will give me a sheet of paper, it shall bedone directly.<>
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But now suppose as much as you choose; give a loose rein to yourfancy, indulge your imagination in every possible flight which thesubject will afford, and unless you believe me actually married, youcannot greatly err.<>
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, are hereby nominated andappointed members of the same; and that they be requested to forward,from time to time, authenticated accounts of their journeys andinvestigations, of their observations of character and manners, and ofthe whole of their adventures, together with all tales and papers towhich local scenery or associations may give rise, to the Pickwick Club,stationed in London.<>
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But I'll give ithim, if I've six months for it.<>
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You--you're a shuffler, sir,' gasped the furious doctor, 'a poltroon--acoward--a liar--a--a--will nothing induce you to give me your card,sir!' 'Oh! I see,' said the stranger, half aside, 'negus too stronghere--liberal landlord--very foolish--very--lemonade much better--hotrooms--elderly gentlemen--suffer for it in the morning--cruel--cruel;'and he moved on a step or two.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I was not present myself,' replied the visitor, 'and in consequence ofyour firm refusal to give your card to Doctor Slammer, I was desired bythat gentleman to identify the wearer of a very uncommon coat--a brightblue dress-coat, with a gilt button displaying a bust, and the letters"P.<>
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Hear me swear--No, no,' interrupted Winkle, terrified at the idea of his companion'sunconsciously pledging himself not to give information; 'don't swear,don't swear; it's quite unnecessary.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Snodgrass,' he said, stopping suddenly, 'do not let me be balked inthis matter--do not give information to the local authorities--do notobtain the assistance of several peace officers, to take either me orDoctor Slammer, of the 97th Regiment, at present quartered in ChathamBarracks, into custody, and thus prevent this duel!--I say, do not.<>
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It occurred to Mr. Winkle that this advice was very like that whichbystanders invariably give to the smallest boy in a street fight,namely, 'Go in, and win'--an admirable thing to recommend, if you onlyknow how to do it.<>
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Or possibly,' said the man with the camp-stool, 'thegentleman's second may feel himself affronted with some observationswhich fell from me at an early period of this meeting; if so, I shall behappy to give him satisfaction immediately.<>
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It will give me great pleasure, I am sure,' replied Doctor Slammer,little suspecting who Mr. Tupman was.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Now, sir,' said the doctor to the stranger, 'I ask you once again,in the presence of these gentlemen, whether you choose to give me yourcard, and to receive the treatment of a gentleman; or whether you imposeupon me the necessity of personally chastising you on the spot?Stay, sir,' said Mr. Pickwick, 'I really cannot allow this matter togo any further without some explanation.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Mr. Pickwick, we say, was completely exhausted, and about to give up thechase, when the hat was blown with some violence against the wheel of acarriage, which was drawn up in a line with half a dozen other vehicleson the spot to which his steps had been directed.<>
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If you've come down for a country life, come to me, andI'll give you plenty of it.<>
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--six natives to look out--went in; kept in--heat intense--nativesall fainted--taken away--fresh half-dozen ordered--fainted also--Blazobowling--supported by two natives--couldn't bowl me out--faintedtoo--cleared away the colonel--wouldn't give in--faithfulattendant--Quanko Samba--last man left--sun so hot, bat inblisters, ball scorched brown--five hundred and seventy runs--ratherexhausted--Quanko mustered up last remaining strength--bowled meout--had a bath, and went out to dinner.<>
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Emma, give Mr. Pickwick a shawl to tie round his neck--make haste.<>
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If every man on the line as has a guinea give him, earns it halfas well, you won't catch t'other shay this side Mich'lmas, oldshort-and-fat.<>
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At its conclusion, the little man took a pinch of snuff from anoblong silver box, and was apparently on the point of renewing theconversation, when one of the plump gentlemen, who in addition to abenevolent countenance, possessed a pair of spectacles, and a pair ofblack gaiters, interfered--'The fact of the matter is,' said the benevolent gentleman, 'that myfriend here (pointing to the other plump gentleman) will give you half aguinea, if you'll answer one or two--Now, my dear sir--my dear Sir,' said the little man, 'pray, allowme--my dear Sir, the very first principle to be observed in these cases,is this: if you place the matter in the hands of a professional man,you must in no way interfere in the progress of the business; you mustrepose implicit confidence in him.<>
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Andwith sundry ejaculations of 'Come now, there's a dear--drink a little ofthis--it'll do you good--don't give way so--there's a love,' etc.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I'll give you ten shillings for it, at once,' said Mr. Pickwick, 'ifyou would take it up for me.<>
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I knew that she could notlive long; but the thought that before her death she might give birthto some ill-fated being, destined to hand down madness to its offspring,determined me.<>
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To-morrow morning, sir,we give a public breakfast--a FETE CHAMPETRE--to a great number of thosewho have rendered themselves celebrated by their works and talents.<>
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Thus Mr. Pickwick was ledby the very warmth of his own good feelings to give his consent to aproceeding from which his better judgment would have recoiled--a morestriking illustration of his amiable character could hardly have beenconceived, even if the events recorded in these pages had been whollyimaginary.<>
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His wardrobe was extensive--very extensive--not strictly classicalperhaps, not quite new, nor did it contain any one garment madeprecisely after the fashion of any age or time, but everything was moreor less spangled; and what can be prettier than spangles! It may beobjected that they are not adapted to the daylight, but everybody knowsthat they would glitter if there were lamps; and nothing can be clearerthan that if people give fancy-balls in the day-time, and the dressesdo not show quite as well as they would by night, the fault lies solelywith the people who give the fancy-balls, and is in no wise chargeableon the spangles.<>
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Pott, in the most obligingvoice--'you give yourself a great deal of unnecessary trouble, Mrs.<>
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But what am I to do?Do!' said Sam; 'di-wulge to the missis, and give up your master.<>
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He is, sir, very right,' said Mr. Trotter, 'and I will give wayno longer.<>
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How am I to get into it?The wall is very low, sir, and your servant will give you a leg up.<>
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My servant will give me a leg up,' repeated Mr. Pickwick mechanically.<>
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And if there's any number o' men onthese here premises as has said so, I shall be wery happy to give 'emall a wery convincing proof o' their being mistaken, in this here weryroom, if these wery respectable ladies 'll have the goodness to retire,and order 'em up, one at a time.<>
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We shall havea jovial party on the first, and we'll give Winkle another chance--eh,old boy?'Mr. Pickwick made no reply, he did not even ask after his friends atDingley Dell, and shortly afterwards retired for the night, desiring Samto fetch his candle when he rung.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Whatever thoughts the threat of a separation might have awakened in Mr.Pott's mind, he forbore to give utterance to them, and contented himselfby saying, with great humility:--'My dear, will you hear me?'A fresh train of sobs was the only reply, as Mrs.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'My dear,' remonstrated Mr. Pott, 'do not give way to these sensitivefeelings.<>
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I'll give directions for the commencement of an action for falseimprisonment against this Captain Boldwig, directly I get to London,'said Mr. Pickwick, as soon as the carriage turned out of the town.<>
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How soonhave those same eyes, deeply sunken in the head, glared from faceswasted with famine, and sallow from confinement, in days when it was nofigure of speech to say that debtors rotted in prison, with no hope ofrelease, and no prospect of liberty! The atrocity in its full extentno longer exists, but there is enough of it left to give rise tooccurrences that make the heart bleed.<>
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But she would quickly set him down, and hiding her face inher shawl, give vent to the tears that blinded her; for no expressionof interest or amusement lighted up his thin and sickly face.<>
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Sammy, help your master upto the box; t'other leg, Sir, that's it; give us your hand, Sir.<>
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Don't mind me, Mr. Pickwick, if you wish to give ventto your feelings.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'It is very distressing to me, Sir, to give this information,' said MissWitherfield, 'but I fear a duel is going to be fought here.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'So all I've come about, is jest this here,' said Sam, disregardingthe interruption; 'first, to give my governor's notice--there it is.<>
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Thirdly, to say as all histhings is to be put together, and give to anybody as we sends for 'em.<>
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If he didn't give it me, I took it, for fear I should be led to doanythin' wrong, through not havin' it.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Sam felt very strongly disposed to give the reverend Mr. Stigginssomething to groan for, but he repressed his inclination, and merelyasked, 'What's the old 'un up to now?Up to, indeed!' said Mrs.<>
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'She ain't vithinhearin',' replied Mr. Weller; 'she always goes and blows up, downstairs,for a couple of hours arter tea; so we'll just give ourselves a damp,Sammy.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Come,' said Wardle, 'a song--a Christmas song! I'll give you one, indefault of a better.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'But my song I troll out, for CHRISTMAS Stout, The hearty, the true, and the bold; A bumper I drain, and with might and main Give three cheers for this Christmas old! We'll usher him in with a merry din That shall gladden his joyous heart, And we'll keep him up, while there's bite or sup, And in fellowship good, we'll part.<>
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So here goes, to give the goblin a fair start in a newone.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Nothing like dissecting, to give one an appetite,' said Mr. Bob Sawyer,looking round the table.<>
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I'll give it you thisafternoon, Sam.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Nothing would give me greater pleasure,' replied Mr. Pickwick.<>
---------------
She says that if I can afford to give a party Iought to be able to pay her confounded "little bill.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'My landlady is subject to some slight attacks of mental derangement,'remarked Bob Sawyer, with a ghastly smile; 'I fear I must give herwarning.<>
---------------
I'll pay her whatI owe her, and give her warning to-morrow morning.<>
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And I'd give him somethin' as 'ud turpentine and beeswax his memory forthe next ten years or so, if I wos you,' interposed Sam.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Now, Sir,' said Mr. Skimpin, 'have the goodness to let his Lordshipknow what your name is, will you?' and Mr. Skimpin inclined his head onone side to listen with great sharpness to the answer, and glanced atthe jury meanwhile, as if to imply that he rather expected Mr. Winkle'snatural taste for perjury would induce him to give some name which didnot belong to him.<>
---------------
They werevery glad to set the chair down, and give a good round loud double-knockat the street door.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I wish he'd give 'em a squeeze and wake 'em,' observed the long one.<>
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I was fearfulyou would; it won't do, you know; you must not give way to that 'ereuncompromisin' spirit o' yourn.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Gentlemen,' said the man in blue, with an air of the most consummatedandyism, 'I'll give you the ladies; come.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I did, indeed,' responded Bob Sawyer, 'and I was just going to say thatI wasn't at home, but if you'd leave a message I'd be sure to give itto myself; for he don't know me; no more does the Lighting and Paving.<>
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What were Mr. Winkle's feelings when, in doing so, he disclosed toview the face and figure of the vindictive and sanguinary Dowler!Mr. Winkle's first impulse was to give a violent pull at the nearestbell-handle, but that unfortunately happened to be immediately behindMr. Dowler's head.<>
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Really, Sir,' said Mr. Winkle, hesitating whether to give his hand ornot, and almost fearing that it was demanded in order that he might betaken at an advantage, 'really, Sir, I--I know what you mean,' interposed Dowler.<>
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The best thing to bedone, sir, will be for Mr. Weller to give you a hoist up into the tree,and perhaps Mr. Pickwick will have the goodness to see that nobody comesup the lane, while I watch at the other end of the garden.<>
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Iwouldn't give THAT for his chance of walking about the streets this timeten years.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I say,' whispered Smangle, the moment his friend had left the room;'what did you give him?Half a sovereign,' said Mr. Pickwick.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'There's nothing you want to give out for the man to brush, my dearcreature, is there?' resumed Smangle.<>
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This speech was accompanied with such a very expressive look at thatparticular portion of Mr. Smangle's attire, by the appearance of whichthe skill of laundresses in getting up gentlemen's linen is generallytested, that he was fain to turn upon his heel, and, for the present atany rate, to give up all design on Mr. Pickwick's purse and wardrobe.<>
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As the mottled-faced gentleman spoke with great energy anddetermination, and as the opinions of the company seemed divided onthe subject, it threatened to give rise to fresh altercation, when Mr.Weller and Mr. Pell most opportunely arrived.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I'll give bills for the amount, at sixpence a month,' said Sam.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Well, then,' said Sam, with some sternness, 'wot do you perseverein bein' obstinit for, vastin' your precious life away, in this heremagnified pound? Wy don't you give in, and tell the Chancellorship thatyou're wery sorry for makin' his court contemptible, and you won't do sono more?'The cobbler put his pipe in the corner of his mouth, while he smiled,and then brought it back to its old place again; but said nothing.<>
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Theold gentleman very narrowly escaped detection in one instance; for Mr.Stiggins happening to give a start on the arrival of the negus, broughthis head in smart contact with the clenched fist with which Mr. Wellerhad been describing imaginary fireworks in the air, within two inches ofhis ear, for some minutes.<>
---------------
The 'Merrikin gov'mentwill never give him up, ven vunce they find as he's got money to spend,Sammy.<>
---------------
Here, give me your arm,' said Mr. Pickwick.<>
---------------
All the ladies concurred in this opinion; so Mr. Raddle was pushed outof the room, and requested to give himself an airing in the back yard.<>
---------------
Mary had to give a month's warning, too, before shecould leave her place next door, and we couldn't possibly have done itwithout her assistance.<>
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I wish to make a wery few remarks in addition to wot has been putfor'ard by the honourable gen'l'm'n as has jist give over,' said Mr.Weller, stepping forth, 'wich is this here: a indiwidual in company hascalled me a feller.<>
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Besides,' said Bob, lowering his voice to a confidentialwhisper, 'they will be all the better for it; for, being nearly out ofdrugs, and not able to increase my account just now, I should have beenobliged to give them calomel all round, and it would have been certainto have disagreed with some of them.<>
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Abhorred and despised by even the few who arecognisant of its miserable and disgraceful existence, stifled by thevery filth it so profusely scatters, rendered deaf and blind by theexhalations of its own slime, the obscene journal, happily unconsciousof its degraded state, is rapidly sinking beneath that treacherousmud which, while it seems to give it a firm standing with the low anddebased classes of society, is nevertheless rising above its detestedhead, and will speedily engulf it for ever.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) The buxom female shook her head with a compassionate and sympathisingair; and, appealing to Sam, inquired whether his father really oughtnot to make an effort to keep up, and not give way to that lowness ofspirits.<>
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Sam, give your father a chair.<>
---------------
You give me no great encouragement to conclude what I have to say,'observed Mr. Pickwick, 'but I had better do so at once.<>
---------------
If she don't,she's not the young 'ooman I take her for, and I give her up vithreadiness.<>
---------------
It is singular enough that I had intendedto volunteer a full explanation this very day; so, if you will give meanother glass of wine, I will satisfy your curiosity.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) Father Brown was soon established in the family circle, which was quitelarge enough to give the general sense of company or a community.<>
---------------
Father Brown,and I was informed you declined the offer to give a series of lecturesin the States on the matter.<>
---------------
"Can you give me any examples, Iwonder.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) He hadcertainly had the time to commit six murders, and might almost havecommitted them for want of something to do; for he could give nocoherent account of what he was doing.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "I'll get her to give an eye to them," answered the secretary.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "I say," burst in the irrepressible John, before Devine could offer anypolite greeting, "I've brought her round to give you a little run.<>
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Perhapsyou'd be kind enough to give some-of my friends a run, if you want acompanion.<>
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In fact, it was I who hadto give the alarm.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) Outside, the last edges of the sunset still clung to the corners of thegreen square; but inside, a lamp had already been kindled; and in themingling of the two lights the coloured globe glowed like some monstrousjewel, and the fantastic outlines of the fiery fishes seemed to give it,indeed, something of the mystery of a talisman, like strange shapes seenby a seer in the crystal of doom.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) Inspector Pinner had arrived with several policemen, and done severalthings of a rapid and resolute sort, being conscious that the veryabsurdity of the costly trinkets might give the case considerableprominence in the newspapers.<>
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Hence, to see the sapphire Gates of Bluebeard's BluePalace, or portions of the Enchanted Grove of Golden Orange Trees,leaning up against the wall to be festooned with cobwebs or nibbled bymice, did not give him that soothing sense of a return to simplicitywhich we all ought to have when given a glimpse of that wonderland ofour childhood.<>
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Mandeville give quiet directions to Mrs.<>
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That will give you about a measure ofhis psychological insight and sensibility.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "Of course I can give you a box if you wish it," said Mandevillehastily.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "That would give us the motive of jealousy over his bigamousremarriage," reflected Jarvis, "for the body was not robbed in any way.<>
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"Ifyou will come with me, I think I can give you his address and --and tellyou something rather special about him.<>
---------------
" Sir John was slightly sulky,as his aristocratic friends had persuaded him to give up the great scoopof publicity in return for the privilege of being really inside aSociety secret.<>
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You seemed to me to give italmost too large a place; but how fortunate it is for poor sinners likethis man that you err so much on the side of mercy, and are ready to bereconciled to all mankind.<>
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Couldn't you give me any letter of introduction for your friends in London
= non potresti darmi qualche lettera di presentazione per i tuoi amici di Londra ?
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can you give
= puoi darmi,,, ,
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can you give me change for a 5-pound note
= puoi darmi spiccioli per un biglietto da cinque sterline? ,
---------------
do give over
= smettila! piantala! ,
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don't give away my secret
= non tradire il mio segreto! ,
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don't give her too much money
= non darle troppo denaro ,
---------------
don't give him too much money
= non dargli troppo denaro ,
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don't give in to despair
= non cedere alla disperazione! ,
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don't give in to her opinion
= non lasciarti convincere da lei! ,
---------------
don't give in to his opinion
= non lasciarti convincere da lui! ,
---------------
don't give it a moment's thought
= non farci caso! non curartene! ,
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don't give the game away
= non scoprire il tuo gioco! ,
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don't give up your friends
= non abbandonare gli amici! ,
---------------
don't give way to tears
= non cedere al pianto ,
---------------
i asked her to give me some advice
= le chiesi dei consigli,
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i do not give a curse for it
= non me ne importa un accidente,
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i don't give a damn
= non m'importa niente, non me ne importa un fico secco, non m'importa un accidente,
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i don't give a fuck !
= non me ne frega un cazzo !,
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i would give my ears
= darei gli occhi , darei la vita ,
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i would give my right arm
= dare il mio braccio destro , farei di tutto ,
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i would give my right arm for
= dare il mio braccio destro per, farei di tutto per,
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i would give my right arm to do
= dare il mio braccio destro per, farei di tutto per fare,
---------------
i wouldn't give it to just anybody
= non lo darei a chiunque,
---------------
i'd give anything to
= farei qualsiasi cosa per,
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i'd give anything to get that job
= farei qualsiasi cosa per avere quel lavoro,
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i'll give it a bash
= ci provo!,
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Coniugazione:1 - purgare
Ausiliare:avere transitivo
INDICATIVO - attivo
Presente
io purgo
tu purghi
egli purga
noi purghiamo
voi purgate
essi purgano
Imperfetto
io purgavo
tu purgavi
egli purgava
noi purgavamo
voi purgavate
essi purgavano
Passato remoto
io purgai
tu purgasti
egli purgò
noi purgammo
voi purgaste
essi purgarono
Passato prossimo
io ho purgato
tu hai purgato
egli ha purgato
noi abbiamo purgato
voi avete purgato
essi hanno purgato
Trapassato prossimo
io avevo purgato
tu avevi purgato
egli aveva purgato
noi avevamo purgato
voi avevate purgato
essi avevano purgato
Trapassato remoto
io ebbi purgato
tu avesti purgato
egli ebbe purgato
noi avemmo purgato
voi eveste purgato
essi ebbero purgato
Futuro semplice
io purgherò
tu purgherai
egli purgherà
noi purgheremo
voi purgherete
essi purgheranno
Futuro anteriore
io avrò purgato
tu avrai purgato
egli avrà purgato
noi avremo purgato
voi avrete purgato
essi avranno purgato
CONGIUNTIVO - attivo
Presente
che io purghi
che tu purghi
che egli purghi
che noi purghiamo
che voi purghiate
che essi purghino
Passato
che io abbia purgato
che tu abbia purgato
che egli abbia purgato
che noi abbiamo purgato
che voi abbiate purgato
che essi abbiano purgato
Imperfetto
che io purgassi
che tu purgassi
che egli purgasse
che noi purgassimo
che voi purgaste
che essi purgassero
Trapassato
che io avessi purgato
che tu avessi purgato
che egli avesse purgato
che noi avessimo purgato
che voi aveste purgato
che essi avessero purgato
CONDIZIONALE - attivo
Presente
io purgherei
tu purgheresti
egli purgherebbe
noi purgheremmo
voi purghereste
essi purgherebbero
Passato
io avrei purgato
tu avresti purgato
egli avrebbe purgato
noi avremmo purgato
voi avreste purgato
essi avrebbero purgato
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - attivo
Presente
-
purga
purghi
purghiamo
purgate
purghino
Futuro
-
purgherai
purgherà
purgheremo
purgherete
purgheranno
INFINITO - attivo
Presente
purgar
Passato
essersi purgato
PARTICIPIO - attivo
Presente
purgante
Passato
purgato
 
 
GERUNDIO - attivo
Presente
purgando
Passato
avendo purgato
Verb: to give-gave-given
Ausiliar: to have - transitivo
Affermative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I give a...
you give a...
he/she/it gives a...
we give a...
you give a...
they give a...
Simple past
I gave a...
you gave a...
he/she/it gave a...
we gave a...
you gave a...
they gave a...
Simple past
I gave a...
you gave a...
he/she/it gave a...
we gave a...
you gave a...
they gave a...
Present perfect
I have given a...
you have given a...
he/she/it has given a...
we have given a...
you have given a...
they have given a...
Past perfect
I had given a...
you had given a...
he/she/it had given a...
we had given a...
you had given a...
they had given a...
Past perfect
I had given a...
you had given a...
he/she/it had given a...
we had given a...
you had given a...
they had given a...
Simple future
I will give a...
you will give a...
he/she/it will give a...
we will give a...
you will give a...
they will give a...
Future perfect
I will have given a...
you will have given a...
he/she/it will have given a...
we will have given a...
you will have given a...
they will have given a...
Present continuous
I am giving a...
you are giving a...
he/she/it is giving a...
we are giving a...
you are giving a...
they are giving a...
Past simple continuous
I was giving a...
you were giving a...
he/she/it was giving a...
we were giving a...
you were giving a...
they were giving a...
Future continuous
I will be giving a...
you will be giving a...
he/she/it will be giving a...
we will be giving a...
you will be giving a...
they will be giving a...
Future perfect continuous
I will have been giving a...
you will have been giving a...
he/she/it will have been giving a...
we will have been giving a...
you will have been giving a...
they will have been giving a...
Present perfect continuous
I have been giving a...
you have been giving a...
he/she/it has been giving a...
we have been giving a...
you have been giving a...
they have been giving a...
Past perfect continuous
I had been giving a...
you had been giving a...
he/she/it had been giving a...
we had been giving a...
you had been giving a...
they had been giving a...
Affermative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I give a...
That you give a...
That he/she/it give a...
That we give a...
That you give a...
That they give a...
Present perfect
That I have given a...
That you have given a...
That he/she/it have given a...
That we have given a...
That you have given a...
That they have given a...
Simple past
That I gave a...
That you gave a...
That he/she/it gave a...
That we gave a...
That you gave a...
That they gave a...
Past perfect
That I had given a...
That you had given a...
That he/she/it had given a...
That we had given a...
That you had given a...
That they had given a...
Affermative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would give a...
you would give a...
we would give a...
we would give a...
you would give a...
they would give a...
Past
I would have given
you would have given
he/she/it would have given
we would have given
you would have given
they would have given
Present continous
I would be giving a...
you would be giving a...
we would be giving a...
we would be giving a...
you would be giving a...
they would be giving a...
Past continous
I would have been giving
you would have been giving
he/she/it would have been giving
we would have been giving
you would have been giving
they would have been giving
Affermative - IMPERATIVE
Present
let me give a...
give a...
let him give a...
let us give a...
give a...
let them give a...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Affermative - INFINITIVE
Present
to give
Past
to have given
Present continous
to be giving
Perfect continous
to have been giving
Affermative - PARTICIPLE
Present
giving
Past
given
Perfect
having given
Affermative - GERUND
Present
giving
Past
having given
Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I do not give a...
you do not give a...
he/she/it does not gives a...
we do not give a...
you do not give a...
they do not give a...
Simple past
I did not give a...
you did not give a...
he/she/it did not give a...
we did not give a...
you did not give a...
they did not give a...
Simple past
I did not give a...
you did not give a...
he/she/it did not give a...
we did not give a...
you did not give a...
they did not give a...
Present perfect
I have not given a...
you have not given a...
he/she/it has not given a...
we have not given a...
you have not given a...
they have not given a...
Past perfect
I had not given a...
you had not given a...
he/she/it had not given a...
we had not given a...
you had not given a...
they had not given a...
Past perfect
I had not given a...
you had not given a...
he/she/it had not given a...
we had not given a...
you had not given a...
they had not given a...
Simple future
I will not give a...
you will not give a...
he/she/it will not give a...
we will not give a...
you will not give a...
they will not give a...
Future perfect
I will not have given a...
you will not have given a...
he/she/it will not have given a...
we will not have given a...
you will not have given a...
they will not have given a...
Present continuous
I am not giving a...
you are not giving a...
he/she/it is not giving a...
we are not giving a...
you are not giving a...
they are not giving a...
Past simple continuous
I was not giving a...
you were not giving a...
he/she/it was not giving a...
we were not giving a...
you were not giving a...
they were not giving a...
Future continuous
I will not be giving a...
you will not be giving a...
he/she/it will not be giving a...
we will not be giving a...
you will not be giving a...
they will not be giving a...
Future perfect continuous
I will not have been giving a...
you will not have been giving a...
he/she/it will not have been giving a...
we will not have been giving a...
you will not have been giving a...
they will not have been giving a...
Present perfect continuous
I have not been giving a...
you have not been giving a...
he/she/it has not been giving a...
we have not been giving a...
you have not been giving a...
they have not been giving a...
Past perfect continuous
I had not been giving a...
you had not been giving a...
he/she/it had not been giving a...
we had not been giving a...
you had not been giving a...
they had not been giving a...
Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I do not give a...
That you do not give a...
That he/she/it does not give a...
That we do not give a...
That you do not give a...
That they do not give a...
Present perfect
That I have not given a...
That you have not given a...
That he/she/it have not given a...
That we have not given a...
That you have not given a...
That they have not given a...
Simple past
That I did not give a...
That you did not give a...
That he/she/it did not give a...
That we did not give a...
That you did not give a...
That they did not give a...
Past perfect
That I had not given a...
That you had not given a...
That he/she/it had not given a...
That we had not given a...
That you had not given a...
That they had not given a...
Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would not give a...
you would not give a...
we would not give a...
we would not give a...
you would not give a...
they would not give a...
Past
I would not have given
you would not have given
he/she/it would not have given
we would not have given
you would not have given
they would not have given
Present continous
I would not be giving a...
you would not be giving a...
we would not be giving a...
we would not be giving a...
you would not be giving a...
they would not be giving a...
Past continous
I would not have been giving
you would not have been giving
he/she/it would not have been giving
we would not have been giving
you would not have been giving
they would not have been giving
Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present
do not let me give a...
do not give a...
do not let him give a...
do not let us give a...
do not give a...
do not let them give a...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Negative - INFINITIVE
Present
not to give
Past
not to have given
Present continous
not to be giving
Perfect continous
not to have been giving
Negative - PARTICIPLE
Present
not giving
Past
not given
Perfect
not having given
Negative - GERUND
Present
not giving
Past
not having given
Interrogative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I give a...?
do you give a...?
does she/he/it gives a...?
do we give a...?
do you give a...?
do they give a...?
Simple past
did I give a...?
did you give a...?
did she/he/it give a...?
did we give a...?
did you give a...?
did they give a...?
Simple past
did I give a...?
did you give a...?
did she/he/it give a...?
did we give a...?
did you give a...?
did they give a...?
Present perfect
have I given a...?
have you given a...?
has she/he/it given a...?
have we given a...?
have you given a...?
have they given a...?
Past perfect
had I given a...?
had you given a...?
had she/he/it given a...?
had we given a...?
had you given a...?
had they given a...?
Past perfect
had I given a...?
had you given a...?
had she/he/it given a...?
had we given a...?
had you given a...?
had they given a...?
Simple future
will I give a...?
will you give a...?
will she/he/it give a...?
will we give a...?
will you give a...?
will they give a...?
Future perfect
will I have given a...?
will you have given a...?
will she/he/it have given a...?
will we have given a...?
will you have given a...?
will they have given a...?
Present continuous
am I giving a...?
are you giving a...?
is she/he/it giving a...?
are we giving a...?
are you giving a...?
are they giving a...?
Past simple continuous
was I giving a...?
were you giving a...?
was she/he/it giving a...?
were we giving a...?
were you giving a...?
were they giving a...?
Future continuous
will I be giving a...?
will you be giving a...?
will she/he/it be giving a...?
will we be giving a...?
will you be giving a...?
will they be giving a...?
Future perfect continuous
will I have been giving a...?
will you have been giving a...?
will she/he/it have been giving a...?
will we have been giving a...?
will you have been giving a...?
will they have been giving a...?
Present perfect continuous
have I been giving a...?
have you been giving a...?
has she/he/it been giving a...?
have we been giving a...?
have you been giving a...?
have they been giving a...?
Past perfect continuous
had I been giving a...?
had you been giving a...?
had she/he/it been giving a...?
had we been giving a...?
had you been giving a...?
had they been giving a...?
Interrogative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I give a...?
That do you give a...?
That does she/he/it give a...?
That do we give a...?
That do you give a...?
That do they give a...?
Present perfect
That have I given a...?
That have you given a...?
That have she/he/it given a...?
That have we given a...?
That have you given a...?
That have they given a...?
Simple past
That did I give a...?
That did you give a...?
That did she/he/it give a...?
That did we give a...?
That did you give a...?
That did they give a...?
Past perfect
That had I given a...?
That had you given a...?
That had she/he/it given a...?
That had we given a...?
That had you given a...?
That had they given a...?
Interrogative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I give a...?
would you give a...?
would she/he/it give a...?
would we give a...?
would you give a...?
would they give a...?
Past
would I have given?
would you have given?
would she/he/it have given?
would we have given?
would you have given?
would they have given?
Present continous
would I be giving a...?
would you be giving a...?
would she/he/it be giving a...?
would we be giving a...?
would you be giving a...?
would they be giving a...?
Past continous
would I have been giving?
would you have been giving?
would she/he/it have been giving?
would we have been giving?
would you have been giving?
would they have been giving?
Interrogative - IMPERATIVE
Present
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interrogative-Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I not give a...?
do you not give a...?
does she/he/it not gives a...?
do we not give a...?
do you not give a...?
do they not give a...?
Simple past
did I not give a...?
did you not give a...?
did she/he/it not give a...?
did we not give a...?
did you not give a...?
did they not give a...?
Simple past
did I not give a...?
did you not give a...?
did she/he/it not give a...?
did we not give a...?
did you not give a...?
did they not give a...?
Present perfect
have I not given a...?
have you not given a...?
has she/he/it not given a...?
have we not given a...?
have you not given a...?
have they not given a...?
Past perfect
had I not given a...?
had you not given a...?
had she/he/it not given a...?
had we not given a...?
had you not given a...?
had they not given a...?
Past perfect
had I not given a...?
had you not given a...?
had she/he/it not given a...?
had we not given a...?
had you not given a...?
had they not given a...?
Simple future
will I not give a...?
will you not give a...?
will she/he/it not give a...?
will we not give a...?
will you not give a...?
will they not give a...?
Future perfect
will I not have given a...?
will you not have given a...?
will she/he/it not have given a...?
will we not have given a...?
will you not have given a...?
will they not have given a...?
Present continuous
am I not giving a...?
are you not giving a...?
is she/he/it not giving a...?
are we not giving a...?
are you not giving a...?
are they not giving a...?
Past simple continuous
was I not giving a...?
were you not giving a...?
was she/he/it not giving a...?
were we not giving a...?
were you not giving a...?
were they not giving a...?
Future continuous
will I not be giving a...?
will you not be giving a...?
will she/he/it not be giving a...?
will we not be giving a...?
will you not be giving a...?
will they not be giving a...?
Future perfect continuous
will I not have been giving a...?
will you not have been giving a...?
will she/he/it not have been giving a...?
will we not have been giving a...?
will you not have been giving a...?
will they not have been giving a...?
Present perfect continuous
have I not been giving a...?
have you not been giving a...?
has she/he/it not been giving a...?
have we not been giving a...?
have you not been giving a...?
have they not been giving a...?
Past perfect continuous
had I not been giving a...?
had you not been giving a...?
had she/he/it not been giving a...?
had we not been giving a...?
had you not been giving a...?
had they not been giving a...?
Interrogative-Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I not give a...?
That do you not give a...?
That does she/he/it not give a...?
That do we not give a...?
That do you not give a...?
That do they not give a...?
Present perfect
That have I not given a...?
That have you not given a...?
That have she/he/it not given a...?
That have we not given a...?
That have you not given a...?
That have they not given a...?
Simple past
That did I not give a...?
That did you not give a...?
That did she/he/it not give a...?
That did we not give a...?
That did you not give a...?
That did they not give a...?
Past perfect
That had I not given a...?
That had you not given a...?
That had she/he/it not given a...?
That had we not given a...?
That had you not given a...?
That had they not given a...?
Interrogative-Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I not give a...?
would you not give a...?
would she/he/it not give a...?
would we not give a...?
would you not give a...?
would they not give a...?
Past
would I not have given?
would you not have given?
would she/he/it not have given?
would we not have given?
would you not have given?
would they not have given?
Present continous
would I not be giving a...?
would you not be giving a...?
would she/he/it not be giving a...?
would we not be giving a...?
would you not be giving a...?
would they not be giving a...?
Past continous
would I not have been giving?
would you not have been giving?
would she/he/it not have been giving?
would we not have been giving?
would you not have been giving?
would they not have been giving?
Interrogative-Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present