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* Quel " dunque " fu proferito con una tale energia , l'aspetto di Renzo divenne così minaccioso , che don Abbondio non poté più nemmen supporre la possibilità di disubbidire .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)<>
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* Si chiuse subito con lui , e l'informò del colpo tentato dai poveri sposi , il che spiegava naturalmente la casa trovata vota e il sonare a martello , senza che facesse bisogno di supporre che in casa ci fosse qualche traditore , come dicevano que' due galantuomini .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)<>
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* Non è certamente fare ingiuria ai nostri lettori il supporre che qualcheduno di loro domandi se di tanto ingegno e di tanto studio quest'uomo abbia lasciato qualche monumento .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)<>
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* Son cose che chi conosce la storia le deve sapere ; ma siccome , per un giusto sentimento di noi medesimi , dobbiam supporre che quest'opera non possa esser letta se non da ignoranti , così non sarà male che ne diciamo qui quanto basti per infarinarne chi n'avesse bisogno .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)<>
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* Ma Renzo , il quale , da quel poco che gli s'era fatto veder per aria , doveva supporre tutt'altro che una così benigna noncuranza , stette un pezzo senz'altro pensiero o , per dir meglio , senz'altro studio , che di viver nascosto .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)<>
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* Le donne e i bambini , si vuol supporre che saranno stati messi in quartieri separati , benché le memorie del tempo non ne dican nulla .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)<>
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* Agnese interrompeva questi contrasti , entrando anche lei a parlare de' suoi guai: e non si rammaricava tanto dell'incomodo e del danno , quanto di vedere svanita la speranza di riabbracciar presto la sua Lucia ; ché , se vi rammentate , era appunto quell'autunno sul quale avevan fatto assegnamento: né era da supporre che donna Prassede volesse venire a villeggiare da quelle parti , in tali circostanze: piuttosto ne sarebbe partita , se ci si fosse trovata , come facevan tutti gli altri villeggianti .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)<>
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Niente di straordinario in questo; ma creda pure che non fa punto piacere il supporre questa cosa ovvia e comunissima nella propria moglie, prigioniera col corpo, non con l'anima.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Poco dopo, però, Zoe, ripensandoci meglio, domandava a se stessa: - Che cosa dobbiamo fare per Iduccia nostra? Poche carezze alla piccina? E perché? Perché Spiro, vedendo ch'io gliene faccio troppe, potrebbe supporre...(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Non riprese a insegarsi i baffi, per non far supporre che, da vedovo, pensasse ancora ad aver cura della propria persona, quantunque Zoe però gli avesse detto che i baffi insegati gli stavano male.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Pregiudizio il supporre che la donna, praticando di continuo con gli uomini, si sarebbe alla fine immascolinata troppo? Pregiudizio il prevedere che la casa, senza piú le cure assidue, intelligenti, amorose della donna, avrebbe perduto quella poesia intima e cara, che è la maggiore attrattiva del matrimonio per l'uomo? Pregiudizio il supporre che la donna, cooperando anch'essa col proprio guadagno al mantenimento della casa, non avrebbe piú avuto per l'uomo quella devozione e quel rispetto, di cui tanto esso si compiace? Ingiusto, questo rispetto? Ma perché allora, dal canto suo, voleva esser tanto rispettata la donna? Via! via! Se l'uomo e la donna non erano stati fatti da natura allo stesso modo, segno era che una cosa deve far l'uomo e un'altra la donna, e che pari dunque non possono essere.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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"Veramente, la magnificenza delle casse e la solennità della pompa potrebbero far supporre, che qualche cosa gli uomini debbano sapere su queste loro spedizioni.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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La aspetta! Che deve supporre Clementina? Le viene in mente quest'altro pensiero: - Non vedrà bene come sono fatta.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Uno era stato; ma chi de' due ella non solo non poteva dire, ma non voleva nemmeno supporre.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Scioccamente, perché il ragazzo - com'era facile supporre - tornò ad annunziarle con lo stesso tono: - Mamma, ecco un altro seccatore.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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In questo momento mi sta occupando lei, e creda che non provo nessun piacere del treno che ha perduto, della famiglia che l'aspetta in villeggiatura, di tutti i fastidii che posso supporre in lei...(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Non potendo supporre che egli pensasse ancora a quel fanciullo infermo e non intendendo perciò la domanda, gli domandai a mia volta: - Quanti giorni di che? - Che il bambino è ammalato? - spiegò Nonno Bauer, come se parlasse in sogno.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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C'erano in quella sala, appesi in fila alle pareti, i ritratti a olio di tutti i sindaci passati: quello di don Francesco di Paola Vivona era, si può ben supporre, al posto d'onore, proprio sopra la testa dell'assessore addetto allo stato civile.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Don Filiberto Fiorinnanzi poteva supporre che dormisse.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Ma poi per fortuna rifletté che con la presenza di quell'altra in paese, lui, certo ormai senza piú memoria di lei, avrebbe potuto supporre che il soccorso gli veniva da quella, a prezzo di chi sa quale vergogna.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Ella aveva detto di sí, perché il dottore non era piú giovane, e nessuno dunque avrebbe potuto supporre ch'ella lo sposasse per amore, per vero amore: aveva detto di sí, perché egli stesso non avrebbe certamente preteso d'essere amato come un giovanotto, e si sarebbe contentato di quell'affetto quieto e tepido, fatto di stima, di gratitudine e di devozione.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Ora le piacque si supporre che dopo il suo sermone matrimoniale al nipote, gli fosse pervenuta nel mistero una parolina di miele, di vischio e di veleno. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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«Hai pensato», disse Franco, «che farei anche disonore a mio padre?» «In che modo?» «Prima per la forma oltraggiosa delle disposizioni e poi perché farei supporre la complicità di mio padre nella soppressione del testamento. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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Ma ragiona: tanto vero, che subito comprende che, dicendo così, senza spiegare come e dove sia caduto, la moglie, la figlia Carlotta possono supporre che egli abbia tentato d’uccidersi.(Pirandello - Berecche e la guerra)
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— Se mi amasse? — ripetè Vana, meglio segnando l'accento che fa supporre quel che non si esprime. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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* Come uomo dabbenissimo che era, non arrivava a supporre che potessero ingannarlo per altro fine. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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– Potevo mai supporre? – dissi. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* Papiano non poteva certo supporre ch’io incolpassi di quel furto il pittore spagnuolo o il signor Anselmo, la signorina Caporale o la serva di casa o lo spirito di Max: doveva esser certo che avrei incolpato lui, lui e il fratello: eppure, ecco, ci s’era messo, quasi sfidandomi. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* Che doveva ella dunque supporre? Ch’io, negando a quel modo il furto, avevo voluto punirla del mancato giuramento. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* Eran forse denari rubati, i miei? Ella avrebbe potuto supporre anche questo... ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* Non posso supporre che il signor Ambrogio Casati elettricista, abbia letto il mio romanzo e recato i fiori alla sua tomba per imitazione del fu Mattia Pascal. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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presumere
= presummere o prosumere , verbo trans . congetturare , supporre , immaginare<>
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presupporre
= verbo trans . immaginare , supporre prima , in anticipo<>
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prevedere
= verbo trans . supporre in anticipo , prefigurare un evento futuro<>
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previsione
= il prevedere , il supporre quello che accadrà sulla base di certi elementi , indizi e sim .<>
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supponente
= participio presente di supporre , che manifesta supponenza ,
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supponibile
= che si può supporre ,
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supposito
= forma antica del participio passato di supporre s . m . persona sostituita ad altra ,
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supposizione
= il supporre , la cosa supposta ,
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supposto
= participio passato di supporre , immaginato , ammesso per congettura ,
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Inglese
Vocabolario e frasi
They attacked himin various ways--with barefaced questions, ingenious suppositions, anddistant surmises; but he eluded the skill of them all, and they were atlast obliged to accept the second-hand intelligence of their neighbour,Lady Lucas.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "Oh! you mean Jane, I suppose, because he danced with her twice.<>
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I entreat younot to suppose that I moved this way in order to beg for a partner.<>
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Breakfast was scarcely over when a servant from Netherfieldbrought the following note for Elizabeth:"MY DEAREST LIZZY,--"I find myself very unwell this morning, which, I suppose, is to beimputed to my getting wet through yesterday.<>
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The apothecary came, and havingexamined his patient, said, as might be supposed, that she had caughta violent cold, and that they must endeavour to get the better of it;advised her to return to bed, and promised her some draughts.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "That is exactly what I should have supposed of you," said Elizabeth.<>
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Allowing the case, however, tostand according to your representation, you must remember, Miss Bennet,that the friend who is supposed to desire his return to the house, andthe delay of his plan, has merely desired it, asked it without offeringone argument in favour of its propriety.<>
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She hardly knew how to suppose that she could be an object ofadmiration to so great a man; and yet that he should look at herbecause he disliked her, was still more strange.<>
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The supposition did not pain her.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) She often tried to provoke Darcy into disliking her guest, by talking oftheir supposed marriage, and planning his happiness in such an alliance.<>
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But these, I suppose, are preciselywhat you are without.<>
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--And what can hemean by apologising for being next in the entail?--We cannot suppose hewould help it if he could.<>
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Bennet'sheart, but for the mortifying supposition of his viewing it all as hisown future property.<>
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Something, he supposed, might beattributed to his connection with them, but yet he had never met with somuch attention in the whole course of his life.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) When this information was given, and they had all taken their seats, Mr.Collins was at leisure to look around him and admire, and he was so muchstruck with the size and furniture of the apartment, that he declared hemight almost have supposed himself in the small summer breakfastparlour at Rosings; a comparison that did not at first convey muchgratification; but when Mrs.<>
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I had supposed him to bedespising his fellow-creatures in general, but did not suspect him ofdescending to such malicious revenge, such injustice, such inhumanity asthis.<>
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You are very cautious, I suppose, as to its beingcreated.<>
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Having resolved to do it without loss of time, ashis leave of absence extended only to the following Saturday, and havingno feelings of diffidence to make it distressing to himself even atthe moment, he set about it in a very orderly manner, with all theobservances, which he supposed a regular part of the business.<>
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" To these highflownexpressions Elizabeth listened with all the insensibility of distrust;and though the suddenness of their removal surprised her, she sawnothing in it really to lament; it was not to be supposed that theirabsence from Netherfield would prevent Mr. Bingley's being there; and asto the loss of their society, she was persuaded that Jane must cease toregard it, in the enjoyment of his.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "But, my dear sister, can I be happy, even supposing the best, inaccepting a man whose sisters and friends are all wishing him to marryelsewhere?""You must decide for yourself," said Elizabeth; "and if, upon maturedeliberation, you find that the misery of disobliging his two sisters ismore than equivalent to the happiness of being his wife, I advise you byall means to refuse him.<>
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It appeared to her merely the suggestion of Caroline'sinterested wishes, and she could not for a moment suppose that thosewishes, however openly or artfully spoken, could influence a young manso totally independent of everyone.<>
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She had always felt that Charlotte's opinion of matrimony wasnot exactly like her own, but she had not supposed it to be possiblethat, when called into action, she would have sacrificed every betterfeeling to worldly advantage.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "You persist, then, in supposing his sisters influence him?""Yes, in conjunction with his friend.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "Beyond a doubt, they do wish him to choose Miss Darcy," replied Jane;"but this may be from better feelings than you are supposing.<>
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By supposing such anaffection, you make everybody acting unnaturally and wrong, and me mostunhappy.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Miss Bennet was the only creature who could suppose there might beany extenuating circumstances in the case, unknown to the societyof Hertfordshire; her mild and steady candour always pleaded forallowances, and urged the possibility of mistakes--but by everybody elseMr. Darcy was condemned as the worst of men.<>
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Could there befiner symptoms? Is not general incivility the very essence of love?""Oh, yes!--of that kind of love which I suppose him to have felt.<>
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Without supposing them,from what she saw, to be very seriously in love, their preferenceof each other was plain enough to make her a little uneasy; andshe resolved to speak to Elizabeth on the subject before she leftHertfordshire, and represent to her the imprudence of encouraging suchan attachment.<>
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She accounted for it, however, by supposing thather last letter to her friend from Longbourn had by some accident beenlost.<>
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When Mr. Collins could beforgotten, there was really an air of great comfort throughout, and byCharlotte's evident enjoyment of it, Elizabeth supposed he must be oftenforgotten.<>
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But I suppose you had no opportunity.<>
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There are few people in England, I suppose, who have more true enjoymentof music than myself, or a better natural taste.<>
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But then Ihave always supposed it to be my own fault--because I will not take thetrouble of practising.<>
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Anything beyondthe very neighbourhood of Longbourn, I suppose, would appear far.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) As he spoke there was a sort of smile which Elizabeth fancied sheunderstood; he must be supposing her to be thinking of Jane andNetherfield, and she blushed as she answered:"I do not mean to say that a woman may not be settled too near herfamily.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) But when Elizabeth told of his silence; it did not seem very likely,even to Charlotte's wishes, to be the case; and after variousconjectures, they could at last only suppose his visit to proceed fromthe difficulty of finding anything to do, which was the more probablefrom the time of year.<>
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Collins did not think it right to press the subject, from the danger ofraising expectations which might only end in disappointment; for in heropinion it admitted not of a doubt, that all her friend's dislike wouldvanish, if she could suppose him to be in her power.<>
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Could he have ColonelFitzwilliam in his thoughts? She supposed, if he meant anything, he mustmean an allusion to what might arise in that quarter.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "Is this," thought Elizabeth, "meant for me?" and she coloured at theidea; but, recovering herself, said in a lively tone, "And pray, whatis the usual price of an earl's younger son? Unless the elder brother isvery sickly, I suppose you would not ask above fifty thousand pounds.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) As she spoke she observed him looking at her earnestly; and the mannerin which he immediately asked her why she supposed Miss Darcy likely togive them any uneasiness, convinced her that she had somehow or othergot pretty near the truth.<>
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But I ought to beg his pardon, for I have no right to suppose thatBingley was the person meant.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "And remember that I have not much reason for supposing it to beBingley.<>
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It is not to be supposedthat there was much affection in the case.<>
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It was not to be supposed that any otherpeople could be meant than those with whom she was connected.<>
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Could you expect me to rejoice in the inferiority of yourconnections?--to congratulate myself on the hope of relations, whosecondition in life is so decidedly beneath my own?"Elizabeth felt herself growing more angry every moment; yet she tried tothe utmost to speak with composure when she said:"You are mistaken, Mr. Darcy, if you suppose that the mode of yourdeclaration affected me in any other way, than as it spared me the concernwhich I might have felt in refusing you, had you behaved in a moregentlemanlike manner.<>
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But, however this remonstrancemight have staggered or delayed his determination, I do not supposethat it would ultimately have prevented the marriage, had it not beenseconded by the assurance that I hesitated not in giving, of yoursister's indifference.<>
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Mr.Wickham's chief object was unquestionably my sister's fortune, whichis thirty thousand pounds; but I cannot help supposing that the hope ofrevenging himself on me was a strong inducement.<>
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But such as they were, it may well be supposed how eagerlyshe went through them, and what a contrariety of emotion they excited.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Lady Catherine observed, after dinner, that Miss Bennet seemed out ofspirits, and immediately accounting for it by herself, by supposing thatshe did not like to go home again so soon, she added:"But if that is the case, you must write to your mother and beg thatyou may stay a little longer.<>
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Well, he isa very undeserving young man--and I do not suppose there's the leastchance in the world of her ever getting him now.<>
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Well, much good may it do them! And so, I suppose, they oftentalk of having Longbourn when your father is dead.<>
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But he is a liberalmaster, I suppose, and that in the eye of a servant comprehends everyvirtue.<>
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Nothing had ever suggested it before, but they felt thatthere was no other way of accounting for such attentions from such aquarter than by supposing a partiality for their niece.<>
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Many circumstances might makeit more eligible for them to be married privately in town than to pursuetheir first plan; and even if he could form such a design against ayoung woman of Lydia's connections, which is not likely, can I supposeher so lost to everything? Impossible! I grieve to find, however, thatColonel F.<>
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For such an attachmentas this she might have sufficient charms; and though she did not supposeLydia to be deliberately engaging in an elopement without the intentionof marriage, she had no difficulty in believing that neither her virtuenor her understanding would preserve her from falling an easy prey.<>
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Gardiner had hurried back in alarm, supposing by the servant'saccount that their niece was taken suddenly ill; but satisfying theminstantly on that head, she eagerly communicated the cause of theirsummons, reading the two letters aloud, and dwelling on the postscriptof the last with trembling energy, though Lydia had never been afavourite with them, Mr. and Mrs.<>
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An hour, however, saw the whole completed; and Mr.Gardiner meanwhile having settled his account at the inn, nothingremained to be done but to go; and Elizabeth, after all the misery ofthe morning, found herself, in a shorter space of time than she couldhave supposed, seated in the carriage, and on the road to Longbourn.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "And till Colonel Forster came himself, not one of you entertained adoubt, I suppose, of their being really married?""How was it possible that such an idea should enter our brains? I felta little uneasy--a little fearful of my sister's happiness with himin marriage, because I knew that his conduct had not been always quiteright.<>
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And it is the more tobe lamented, because there is reason to suppose as my dear Charlotteinforms me, that this licentiousness of behaviour in your daughter hasproceeded from a faulty degree of indulgence; though, at the same time,for the consolation of yourself and Mrs.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "Do you suppose them to be in London?""Yes; where else can they be so well concealed?""And Lydia used to want to go to London," added Kitty.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "And may I ask--" said Elizabeth; "but the terms, I suppose, must becomplied with.<>
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He had never before supposedthat, could Wickham be prevailed on to marry his daughter, it wouldbe done with so little inconvenience to himself as by the presentarrangement.<>
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Had Lydia's marriage beenconcluded on the most honourable terms, it was not to be supposed thatMr. Darcy would connect himself with a family where, to every otherobjection, would now be added an alliance and relationship of thenearest kind with a man whom he so justly scorned.<>
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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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However, I did not hear above one word inten, for I was thinking, you may suppose, of my dear Wickham.<>
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She would not betray her trust, I suppose, without bribery andcorruption, for she really did know where her friend was to be found.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "You know pretty well, I suppose, what has been done for the youngpeople.<>
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And you saw theold housekeeper, I suppose? Poor Reynolds, she was always very fond ofme.<>
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Had she not seen him inDerbyshire, she might have supposed him capable of coming there with noother view than what was acknowledged; but she still thought him partialto Jane, and she wavered as to the greater probability of his comingthere with his friend's permission, or being bold enough to comewithout it.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "There is a gentleman with him, mamma," said Kitty; "who can it be?""Some acquaintance or other, my dear, I suppose; I am sure I do notknow.<>
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I suppose you have heard of it; indeed, you must haveseen it in the papers.<>
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His regiment is there; for I suppose you haveheard of his leaving the ----shire, and of his being gone into theregulars.<>
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The soup was fifty times better than what we had at theLucases' last week; and even Mr. Darcy acknowledged, that the partridgeswere remarkably well done; and I suppose he has two or three Frenchcooks at least.<>
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That lady, I suppose, is yourmother.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "And that I suppose is one of your sisters.<>
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Though Iknow it must be a scandalous falsehood, though I would not injure himso much as to suppose the truth of it possible, I instantly resolvedon setting off for this place, that I might make my sentiments known toyou.<>
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Now what have you to say?""Only this; that if he is so, you can have no reason to suppose he willmake an offer to me.<>
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Your ladyship wants Mr. Darcy to marryyour daughter; but would my giving you the wished-for promise make theirmarriage at all more probable? Supposing him to be attached to me, wouldmy refusing to accept his hand make him wish to bestow it on his cousin?Allow me to say, Lady Catherine, that the arguments with which you havesupported this extraordinary application have been as frivolous as theapplication was ill-judged.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "She is a very fine-looking woman! and her calling here was prodigiouslycivil! for she only came, I suppose, to tell us the Collinses werewell.<>
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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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Lady Catherine, itappeared, had actually taken the trouble of this journey from Rosings,for the sole purpose of breaking off her supposed engagement with Mr.Darcy.<>
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She knew not the exact degree of his affection for hisaunt, or his dependence on her judgment, but it was natural to supposethat he thought much higher of her ladyship than she could do; and itwas certain that, in enumerating the miseries of a marriage with one,whose immediate connections were so unequal to his own, his aunt wouldaddress him on his weakest side.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) The surprise of the rest of the family, on hearing who their visitor hadbeen, was very great; but they obligingly satisfied it, with the samekind of supposition which had appeased Mrs.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) She followed him thither; and her curiosity to know what he had totell her was heightened by the supposition of its being in some mannerconnected with the letter he held.<>
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Thehappiness which this reply produced, was such as he had probably neverfelt before; and he expressed himself on the occasion as sensibly and aswarmly as a man violently in love can be supposed to do.<>
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I told him, moreover, that I believed myselfmistaken in supposing, as I had done, that your sister was indifferentto him; and as I could easily perceive that his attachment to her wasunabated, I felt no doubt of their happiness together.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "And your assurance of it, I suppose, carried immediate conviction tohim.<>
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You supposed more than really existed.<>
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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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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Winkle's bedroom is inside mine,' said Mr. Tupman; 'I couldn't makehim understand what I wanted, if I woke him now, but I know he has adress-suit in a carpet bag; and supposing you wore it to the ball, andtook it off when we returned, I could replace it without troubling himat all about the matter.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'The other party, and a surgeon, I suppose,' said Mr. Snodgrass; 'takea drop of brandy.<>
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His eyes were almost unnaturallybright and piercing; his cheek-bones were high and prominent; and hisjaws were so long and lank, that an observer would have supposed that hewas drawing the flesh of his face in, for a moment, by some contractionof the muscles, if his half-opened mouth and immovable expression hadnot announced that it was his ordinary appearance.<>
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Some lingering irritabilityappeared to find a resting-place in Mr. Winkle's bosom, occasionedpossibly by the temporary abstraction of his coat--though it is scarcelyreasonable to suppose that so slight a circumstance can have excitedeven a passing feeling of anger in a Pickwickian's breast.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'But--but--suppose some of the men should happen to have ball cartridgesby mistake,' remonstrated Mr. Winkle, pallid at the supposition he washimself conjuring up.<>
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Wewant to put this horse up here,' said Mr. Pickwick; 'I suppose wecan, can't we?' 'Want to put that ere horse up, do ee?' repeated thered-headed man, leaning on his spade.<>
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Heaven forgive me the supposition, if it be an uncharitableone, but I do firmly and in my soul believe, that the man systematicallytried for many years to break her heart; but she bore it all for herchild's sake, and, however strange it may seem to many, for his father'stoo; for brute as he was, and cruelly as he had treated her, shehad loved him once; and the recollection of what he had been to her,awakened feelings of forbearance and meekness under suffering in herbosom, to which all God's creatures, but women, are strangers.<>
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Mr. Winkle responded with a forced smile, and took up the spare gun withan expression of countenance which a metaphysical rook, impressed witha foreboding of his approaching death by violence, may be supposedto assume.<>
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All the regular players do this sort ofthing;--indeed it is generally supposed that it is quite impossible tolook out properly in any other position.<>
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Could they have been waylaidand robbed? Should they send men and lanterns in every direction bywhich they could be supposed likely to have travelled home? or shouldthey--Hark! there they were.<>
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Anything more?Oh, my friend!' said poor Mr. Tupman, again grasping the hand of hiscompanion, 'receive my warmest thanks for your disinterested kindness;and forgive me if I have ever, even in thought, done you the injusticeof supposing that you could stand in my way.<>
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Great, rambling queer old places they are, withgalleries, and passages, and staircases, wide enough and antiquatedenough to furnish materials for a hundred ghost stories, supposing weshould ever be reduced to the lamentable necessity of inventing any,and that the world should exist long enough to exhaust the innumerableveracious legends connected with old London Bridge, and its adjacentneighbourhood on the Surrey side.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Number five,' said Sam, as he picked up the shoes, and taking a pieceof chalk from his pocket, made a memorandum of their destination on thesoles--'Lady's shoes and private sittin'-room! I suppose she didn't comein the vagin.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Oh--you remember me, I suppose?' said Mr. Pickwick.<>
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But suppose there are two mobs?' suggested Mr. Snodgrass.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Now, my dear Pott,' said little Mr. Perker, 'the question is, what arewe to do with our friends here?We can stop in this house, I suppose,' said Mr. Pickwick.<>
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In the science and nicety of both these recreations,which are far more abstruse than ordinary men suppose, they weregradually initiated by Mr. Weller, who possessed a perfect knowledge ofsuch pastimes.<>
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But I cansay that Tom had no sooner finished speaking, than she pricked up herears, and started forward at a speed which made the clay-coloured gigrattle until you would have supposed every one of the red spokes weregoing to fly out on the turf of Marlborough Downs; and even Tom, whipas he was, couldn't stop or check her pace, until she drew up of her ownaccord, before a roadside inn on the right-hand side of the way, abouthalf a quarter of a mile from the end of the Downs.<>
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A casual observer might have supposedhe did it, only to show his white teeth; but Tom Smart thought that aconsciousness of triumph was passing through the place where the tallman's mind would have been, if he had had any.<>
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Stimulated by the exciting natureof the dialogue, the heroic man actually threw himself into a paralyticattitude, confidently supposed by the two bystanders to have beenintended as a posture of defence.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I suppose you have hardly seen anything but chimney-pots and bricks andmortar all your life, Sam,' said Mr. Pickwick, smiling.<>
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'Ah, I suppose you did,' said Mr. Pickwick, with an airof considerable interest.<>
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It's someboarding-school in this town, I suppose, ain't it?' Now, although thisquestion was put in the most careless tone imaginable, Mr. Job Trotterplainly showed by gestures that he perceived his new friend's anxiety todraw forth an answer to it.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I suppose your mas'r's wery rich?' said Sam.<>
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They are sitting upbeyond their usual hour, I suppose.<>
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Having delivered this defiance withgreat volubility, Mr. Weller struck his open palm emphatically with hisclenched fist, and winked pleasantly on Miss Tomkins, the intensity ofwhose horror at his supposing it within the bounds of possibility thatthere could be any men on the premises of Westgate House Establishmentfor Young Ladies, it is impossible to describe.<>
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With his master, I suppose?Friend or master, or whatever he is, he's gone with him,' replied Mr.Weller.<>
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Jingle suspected my design, and set that fellow on you, with thisstory, I suppose?' said Mr. Pickwick, half choking.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) '"What do you want here?" roared Lobbs; "I suppose you have come aftermy daughter, now!"'Old Lobbs merely said this as a sneer: for he did not believe thatmortal presumption could have carried Nathaniel Pipkin so far.<>
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There was nothing suspicious then, I suppose?'Mr. Tupman glanced timidly at his leader.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I say,' whispered Mr. Winkle to Wardle, as the man let down the steps,'they don't suppose we're going to kill game enough to fill those bags,do they?Fill them!' exclaimed old Wardle.<>
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It was, therefore, witha very rueful air that he replied--'Why, I suppose I must.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) That Mr. Pickwick would have continued to snore in the shade until hisfriends came back, or, in default thereof, until the shades of eveninghad fallen on the landscape, there appears no reasonable cause to doubt;always supposing that he had been suffered to remain there in peace.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Twigging of me, Sam!' replied Mr. Pickwick; 'what do you mean bytwigging me?'Mr. Weller replied by pointing with his thumb over his shoulder, and Mr.Pickwick, on looking up, became sensible of the pleasing fact, that allthe four clerks, with countenances expressive of the utmost amusement,and with their heads thrust over the wooden screen, were minutelyinspecting the figure and general appearance of the supposed triflerwith female hearts, and disturber of female happiness.<>
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I wonder what's that for?'Cos they has a mortal awersion to washing anythin', I suppose, Sir,'replied Mr. Weller.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Well,' said the old woman, 'if it was anything very particular, I wasto say where he was, so I suppose there's no harm in telling.<>
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In the lowerwindows, which were decorated with curtains of a saffron hue, dangledtwo or three printed cards, bearing reference to Devonshire cider andDantzic spruce, while a large blackboard, announcing in white letters toan enlightened public, that there were 500,000 barrels of double stoutin the cellars of the establishment, left the mind in a state of notunpleasing doubt and uncertainty as to the precise direction in thebowels of the earth, in which this mighty cavern might be supposedto extend.<>
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You're come outof the country, I suppose.<>
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"Well," said the tenant, "I don't apply the observationpersonally to you, because it is equally applicable to most of theghosts I ever heard of; but it does appear to me somewhat inconsistent,that when you have an opportunity of visiting the fairest spots ofearth--for I suppose space is nothing to you--you should always returnexactly to the very places where you have been most miserable.<>
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He's a-cabbin' it, I suppose?' said the father.<>
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He was alone, in an open passage, ina strange house in the middle of the night, half dressed; it was notto be supposed that he could find his way in perfect darkness to a roomwhich he had been wholly unable to discover with a light, and if he madethe slightest noise in his fruitless attempts to do so, he stood everychance of being shot at, and perhaps killed, by some wakeful traveller.<>
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Upon this, sir, I shouldsqueeze her hand, and I think--I think, Mr. Magnus--that after I haddone that, supposing there was no refusal, I should gently draw awaythe handkerchief, which my slight knowledge of human nature leads me tosuppose the lady would be applying to her eyes at the moment, and steala respectful kiss.<>
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Nupkins suddenlyrecollected that she had always expected something of the kind; that shehad always said it would be so; that her advice was never taken; thatshe really did not know what Mr. Nupkins supposed she was; and so forth.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I suppose you've heard what's going forward, Mr. Weller?' said Mrs.<>
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I suppose he's drivin' up to-day?' said Sam.<>
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Mixed up with the pleasure and joy of theoccasion, are the many regrets at quitting home, the tears of partingbetween parent and child, the consciousness of leaving the dearest andkindest friends of the happiest portion of human life, to encounter itscares and troubles with others still untried and little known--naturalfeelings which we would not render this chapter mournful by describing,and which we should be still more unwilling to be supposed to ridicule.<>
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About an old sexton, that thegood people down here suppose to have been carried away by goblins.<>
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Is there anybody hardy enough todisbelieve it? Suppose! Haven't you heard ever since you were a child,that he WAS carried away by the goblins, and don't you know he was?Very well, mother, he was, if you like,' said Wardle laughing.<>
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The believers in the weathercock tale, havingmisplaced their confidence once, were not easily prevailed upon to partwith it again, so they looked as wise as they could, shrugged theirshoulders, touched their foreheads, and murmured something about GabrielGrub having drunk all the Hollands, and then fallen asleep on theflat tombstone; and they affected to explain what he supposed he hadwitnessed in the goblin's cavern, by saying that he had seen the world,and grown wiser.<>
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'Inother words they're medical students, I suppose?' said Mr. Pickwick.<>
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I suppose, Sir,' said Mr. Pickwick, his indignation risingwhile he spoke--'I suppose, Sir, that it is the intention of youremployers to seek to criminate me upon the testimony of my own friends?'Mr. Jackson struck his forefinger several times against the left side ofhis nose, to intimate that he was not there to disclose the secrets ofthe prison house, and playfully rejoined--'Not knowin', can't say.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'That you sent him up to the plaintiff 's to make some offer of acompromise, I suppose,' replied Perker.<>
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And suppose the verdict is against me?' said Mr. Pickwick.<>
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But I suppose you're too busy pocketing the ready money, tothink of the debtors, eh? ha, ha, ha!' This sally seemed to ticklethe clerk amazingly, and he once more enjoyed a little quiet laugh tohimself.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Do you suppose, Mr. Sawyer,' said Mrs.<>
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Raddle, elevating her voice forthe information of the neighbours--'do you suppose that I'm a-going dayafter day to let a fellar occupy my lodgings as never thinks of payinghis rent, nor even the very money laid out for the fresh butter and lumpsugar that's bought for his breakfast, and the very milk that's took in,at the street door? Do you suppose a hard-working and industrious womanas has lived in this street for twenty year (ten year over the way, andnine year and three-quarters in this very house) has nothing else to dobut to work herself to death after a parcel of lazy idle fellars, thatare always smoking and drinking, and lounging, when they ought to beglad to turn their hands to anything that would help 'em to pay theirbills? Do you--My good soul,' interposed Mr. Benjamin Allen soothingly.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'That's the witness-box, I suppose?' said Mr. Pickwick, pointing to akind of pulpit, with a brass rail, on his left hand.<>
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Had you ever any reason to suppose or believe that he was about tobe married?Oh, no; certainly not;' replied Mr. Winkle with so much eagerness,that Mr. Phunky ought to have got him out of the box with all possibledispatch.<>
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Little to do, and plenty to get, I suppose?' said Serjeant Buzfuz, withjocularity.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Well; I suppose you went up to have a little talk about this trial--eh,Mr. Weller?' said Serjeant Buzfuz, looking knowingly at the jury.<>
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Very remarkable!'Mr. Pickwick acknowledged the compliment which the supposition implied,but had the self-denial to repudiate it, notwithstanding; and takingadvantage of a moment's silence on the part of the M.<>
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I suppose I shall hear a knock here.<>
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Bending his steps towardsthe Royal Hotel, he found a coach on the point of starting for Bristol,and, thinking Bristol as good a place for his purpose as any other hecould go to, he mounted the box, and reached his place of destinationin such time as the pair of horses, who went the whole stage and backagain, twice a day or more, could be reasonably supposed to arrivethere.<>
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Who do you suppose will ever employ a professional man, when they seehis boy playing at marbles in the gutter, or flying the garter in thehorse-road? Have you no feeling for your profession, you groveller? Didyou leave all the medicine?' 'Yes, Sir.<>
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I suppose you'll come over to my house.<>
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Well, Sam,' said Mr. Pickwick, 'I suppose they are getting theHABEAS-CORPUS ready?Yes,' said Sam, 'and I vish they'd bring out the have-his-carcase.<>
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Oh,' replied Mr. Pickwick, looking down a dark and filthy staircase,which appeared to lead to a range of damp and gloomy stone vaults,beneath the ground, 'and those, I suppose, are the little cellars wherethe prisoners keep their small quantities of coals.<>
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In other words, I suppose,' said Mr. Pickwick, 'he got into debt.<>
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" "No, my boy; I hope I've somethin' better behind here," saysthe little man; and as he said it he hit his little vesket wery hard,and then a tear started out o' each eye, which wos wery extraordinary,for it wos supposed as water never touched his face.<>
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At the expiration of that time he died, I suppose,' said Mr. Pickwick.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) All this was very genteel and pleasant; and, to make matters still morecomfortable, Mr. Smangle assured Mr. Pickwick a great many more timesthat he entertained a very high respect for the feelings of a gentleman;which sentiment, indeed, did him infinite credit, as he could be in nowise supposed to understand them.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I suppose this can be managed somehow,' said the butcher, aftera pretty long silence.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) After this introductory preface, the three chums informed Mr. Pickwick,in a breath, that money was, in the Fleet, just what money was out ofit; that it would instantly procure him almost anything he desired; andthat, supposing he had it, and had no objection to spend it, if he onlysignified his wish to have a room to himself, he might take possessionof one, furnished and fitted to boot, in half an hour's time.<>
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I suppose you don't mind that?Not at all,' said Mr. Pickwick.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) It must not be supposed that any of these people have the least shadowof business in, or the remotest connection with, the place they soindefatigably attend.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) A casual visitor might suppose this place to be a temple dedicated tothe Genius of Seediness.<>
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I supposeyou won't run away meanwhile, eh? Ha! ha!P'raps my cruel pa 'ull relent afore then,' replied Sam, with a broadgrin.<>
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Whatdo you suppose ruined me, now?Wy,' said Sam, trimming the rush-light, 'I s'pose the beginnin' wos,that you got into debt, eh?Never owed a farden,' said the cobbler; 'try again.<>
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I suppose he'd have been took the same, wherever he was.<>
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At this supposition, the Reverend Mr. Stiggins, in evidentconsternation, gathered up his hat and umbrella, and proposed animmediate departure, to which Mrs.<>
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She simpered a little, affected extreme vexation and hesitation,and at last arrived at the conclusion that she supposed she must go.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I suppose I must,' said Mr. Pickwick, looking at Perker.<>
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This morning,' said the old lady slowly--'this morning, she--She came back, ma'am, I suppose,' said Bob, with great animation.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'And it's this gentleman's servant, I suppose,' interrupted the oldlady, 'who has been skulking about my house, and endeavouring to entrapmy servants to conspire against their mistress.<>
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The individual to whom this observation referred, was sitting at theupper end of the room when Mr. Pickwick entered, and was smoking alarge Dutch pipe, with his eye intently fixed on the round face of thelandlord; a jolly-looking old personage, to whom he had recently beenrelating some tale of wonder, as was testified by sundry disjointedexclamations of, 'Well, I wouldn't have believed it! The strangest thingI ever heard! Couldn't have supposed it possible!' and other expressionsof astonishment which burst spontaneously from his lips, as he returnedthe fixed gaze of the one-eyed man.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) '"You don't know this is a private room, I suppose, fellow?" said thegentleman in sky-blue.<>
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The old gentleman methodically indorsed the address on the back of theletter; and then, placing it in the desk, which he locked, said, as hegot off the stool and put the bunch of keys in his pocket--'I suppose there is nothing else which need detain us, Mr. Pickwick?Nothing else, my dear Sir!' observed that warm-hearted person inindignant amazement.<>
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'I supposedit was some public mission,' observed Mr. Pickwick.<>
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That accounts for my not having received the "page from the romanceof real life," which he promised me one morning when he appeared tobe contemplating suicide on Rochester Bridge, I suppose,' said Mr.Pickwick, smiling.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Perker said nothing at all until he had emptied his snuff-box, and sentLowten out to fill it, when he was seized with a fit of laughing, whichlasted five minutes; at the expiration of which time he said thathe supposed he ought to be very angry, but he couldn't think of thebusiness seriously yet--when he could, he would be.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'That's your master in the carriage, I suppose?' said Lowten.<>
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"Well, pa," she says, "what do you think ofit?" "Why, my dear," I said, "I suppose it's all very well; I hope it'sfor the best.<>
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You want my advice in this matter, I suppose?' said Perker, lookingfrom the musing face of Mr. Pickwick to the eager countenance of Wardle,and taking several consecutive pinches of his favourite stimulant.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I suppose so,' said Wardle, looking at Mr. Pickwick.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'You want to bite his ear off, I suppose,' said Wardle.<>
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His eyesglistened as he laid his hat on the table, and said--'What is the business upon which--um? Either of these gentlemen wish togo through the court? We require an arrest; a friendly arrest will do,you know; we are all friends here, I suppose?Give me the dockyment, Sammy,' said Mr. Weller, taking the will fromhis son, who appeared to enjoy the interview amazingly.<>
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Ain't they thereduced counsels, Samivel?Wy, you don't suppose the reduced counsels is alive, do you?' inquiredSam, with some disdain.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Cos it's in their dooty, I suppose,' replied Sam, 'it's a part o' thesystem; they're alvays a-doin' it here, all day long!' Mr. Weller andhis friends had scarcely had a moment to reflect upon this singularregulation as connected with the monetary system of the country, whenthey were rejoined by Pell and Wilkins Flasher, Esquire, who led themto a part of the counter above which was a round blackboard with a large'W.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Nonsense,' said the old gentleman; 'it was not your fault that hefell in love with you, I suppose? Yes it was, though,' said the oldgentleman, looking rather slily at Arabella.<>
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From the circumstance of two sturdy littleboys having been repeatedly seen at the gate of the back garden, thereis reason to suppose that Sam has some family.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "Ours is the only trade," said Bagshaw, "in which the professional isalways supposed to be wrong.<>
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"Because it was shut, I suppose.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "You wanted to see him, I suppose.<>
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I suppose it's doubtful whether a man ought to act in such a caseon mere personal feeling.<>
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You suppose themurderer came in at the front door, met the Judge in the front hall,struggling with him and breaking the mirror; that the judge thenretreated into the garden, where he was finally shot.<>
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Opal, who wasalso thin and dark and supposed to be psychic--at any rate, by herself;for she had little domestic encouragement.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) He blinked again at the beehive and continued: "But, I suppose, theshortest explanation is to take it from the standpoint of the man whodid it.<>
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Not that I suppose anything could possiblyhappen.<>
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I suppose people ought to feed their pigs and geese on it,if they had any pigs or geese; as it is, it seems to feed nothing butnettles and thistles.<>
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What a pity that what was supposed to be a sort oflarge meadow has been turned into a small and petty wilderness.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "I suppose you didn't doze off again?" asked Father Brown, "giving timefor somebody to scale the balcony while Jameson ran down to secure thedoor.<>
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And I suppose it's true that there was timefor him to get outside before I had fully woken up and got out on to thebalcony.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "I suppose there was some reason for her flying off the handle likethat," he said.<>
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It's supposed to be what stage-struck young women want, isn't it--to act the beautiful young heroineand marry the beautiful young hero in a shower of bouquets and cheersfrom the gallery? Women of my age naturally have to fall back on actingrespectable matrons, and I was careful to confine myself to that.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "Well," asked his clerical companion, "have you any reason to supposethat Mandeville does prefer her?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) Jarvis looked at him steadily for an instant before answering.<>
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"Well, I suppose the rehearsal's going in full swingnow, for all the Signora's sulking.<>
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I suppose that's what they mean by tragicirony.<>
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There is our jeune premier, Mr. Knight: I have rather good reasonto suppose he was in love with Mandeville's wife and not concealing thatsentiment so much as he might; but he is out of it, for he was on thestage at the same time, being thundered at.<>
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I suppose you feel sure they are all right?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "Lady Miriam?" said Jarvis in surprise.<>
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I suppose you meanthat she looks a queer sort of vamp.<>
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You didn't happen tokill him when I wasn't looking, I suppose?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) Jarvis looked up with a slight start and stared a moment, then the broadgrin returned to his swarthy face.<>
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His wife was almost too much with him; so much with him that youall charitably suppose that she must be somebody else.<>
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He wasseen by two young men staying at his house--Evan Smith, who was acting ashis secretary, and John Dalmon, who was generally supposed to be engagedto his ward.<>
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Shocked, I suppose?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) Father Brown did not look very much shocked, but his face was oftenrather expressionless; he merely said, mildly:"Naturally, we all sympathize with her anxiety.<>
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I suppose you haven'tany news or views in the matter?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "I haven't any news exactly.<>
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"I suppose I shall have totell somebody.<>
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"I suppose it comes of hearingconfessions.<>
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But I suppose I'd betterstick to it, though it really isn't my confession, but somebody else's.<>
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He was camping-out like a sort of hermit on one of the islands in theriver; and I suppose the mystery made him attractive, though I admit heis attractive enough; a gentleman, and quite witty, though verymelancholy--which, I suppose, increased the romance.<>
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John andEvan can answer for each other, I suppose; but Dr.<>
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"Didn't her mother want her to marry Musgrave? Aquestion of wealth and position, I suppose.<>
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I suppose it wouldn't do very much harmif somebody dressed up as a German spy and pretended to have told allsorts of lies to the Germans.<>
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"Years ago, when I was inIndia, I suppose we all had that sort of prejudice against brown people.<>
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But then," headded, looking across at the lady and screwing up his eyes, "I supposeI'm prejudiced in favour of anything that's called brown.<>
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"It isn't crystal-gazing, as a matter of fact, but palmistry; I suppose you would say itwas all the same sort of nonsense.<>
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While he wasdelighted to show his treasures, he seemed to treasure them much morefor the truths supposed to be symbolized in them than for their value incollections, let alone cash.<>
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A tree is not supposed to be a good umbrella forthe lightning, but we shall want it soon for the rain.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "I suppose it's a compliment to us," she replied thoughtfully, "that youalways assume a man's heart is broken by a woman.<>
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James was very good-looking himself, long and strong and strenuous,with a high-bridged nose; though I suppose the young people wouldthink he looked very quaint with his beard divided into two bushywhiskers in the fashion of those Victorian times.<>
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It's the one thing I can't forgive Marne; but I supposethese monks have drilled him that way.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "Everybody knows him, I suppose," he said.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "Better than the ugly things you thought of, I suppose?" said thegeneral gruffly.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )But Romaine was then, I suppose, practically dependent on his richfriend; though he's richer now than any aristocrat.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "I suppose he isn't standing there now?" inquired Father Brown.<>
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"I mean,I suppose he moved sometime?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "No, he moved quite sharply when the thunder came," replied the other.<>
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suspected
= sospettato , creduto , immaginato , presunto , supposto ,
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suspectedly
= in modo presunto - supposto - immaginato - sospettato ,
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suspectedness
= sospetto , presunzione , credenza , supposizione ,
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suspectednesses
= sospetti , presunzioni , credenze , supposizioni ,
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trowed
= pensato , creduto , supposto ,
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Coniugazione:2 - supporre
Ausiliare:avere transitivo
INDICATIVO - attivo
Presente
io suppongo
tu supponi
egli suppone
noi supponiamo
voi supponete
essi suppongono
Imperfetto
io supponevo
tu supponevi
egli supponeva
noi supponevamo
voi supponevate
essi supponevano
Passato remoto
io supposi
tu supponesti
egli suppose
noi supponemmo
voi supponeste
essi supposero
Passato prossimo
io
tu
egli
noi
voi
essi
Trapassato prossimo
io
tu
egli
noi
voi
essi
Trapassato remoto
io
tu
egli
noi
voi
essi
Futuro semplice
io supporrò
tu supporrai
egli supporrà
noi supporremo
voi supporrete
essi supporranno
Futuro anteriore
io
tu
egli
noi
voi
essi
CONGIUNTIVO - attivo
Presente
che io supponga
che tu supponga
che egli supponga
che noi supponiamo
che voi supponiate
che essi suppongano
Passato
che io
che tu
che egli
che noi
che voi
che essi
Imperfetto
che io supponessi
che tu supponessi
che egli supponesse
che noi supponessimo
che voi supponeste
che essi supponessero
Trapassato
che io
che tu
che egli
che noi
che voi
che essi
CONDIZIONALE - attivo
Presente
io supporrei
tu supporresti
egli supporrebbe
noi supporremmo
voi supporreste
essi supporrebbero
Passato
io
tu
egli
noi
voi
essi
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - attivo
Presente
-
supponga
supponiamo
supponete
suppongano
supporrai
Futuro
-
supporremo
supporrete
supporranno
supponente
supponendo
INFINITO - attivo
Presente
supporre
Passato
PARTICIPIO - attivo
Presente
supponente
Passato
-
 
 
GERUNDIO - attivo
Presente
supposti
Passato
Verb: to suppose-supposed-supposed
Ausiliar: to have - transitivo
Affermative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I suppose
you suppose
he/she/it supposes
we suppose
you suppose
they suppose
Simple past
I supposed
you supposed
he/she/it supposed
we supposed
you supposed
they supposed
Simple past
I supposed
you supposed
he/she/it supposed
we supposed
you supposed
they supposed
Present perfect
I have supposed
you have supposed
he/she/it has supposed
we have supposed
you have supposed
they have supposed
Past perfect
I had supposed
you had supposed
he/she/it had supposed
we had supposed
you had supposed
they had supposed
Past perfect
I had supposed
you had supposed
he/she/it had supposed
we had supposed
you had supposed
they had supposed
Simple future
I will suppose
you will suppose
he/she/it will suppose
we will suppose
you will suppose
they will suppose
Future perfect
I will have supposed
you will have supposed
he/she/it will have supposed
we will have supposed
you will have supposed
they will have supposed
Present continuous
I am supposing
you are supposing
he/she/it is supposing
we are supposing
you are supposing
they are supposing
Past simple continuous
I was supposing
you were supposing
he/she/it was supposing
we were supposing
you were supposing
they were supposing
Future continuous
I will be supposing
you will be supposing
he/she/it will be supposing
we will be supposing
you will be supposing
they will be supposing
Future perfect continuous
I will have been supposing
you will have been supposing
he/she/it will have been supposing
we will have been supposing
you will have been supposing
they will have been supposing
Present perfect continuous
I have been supposing
you have been supposing
he/she/it has been supposing
we have been supposing
you have been supposing
they have been supposing
Past perfect continuous
I had been supposing
you had been supposing
he/she/it had been supposing
we had been supposing
you had been supposing
they had been supposing
Affermative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I suppose
That you suppose
That he/she/it suppose
That we suppose
That you suppose
That they suppose
Present perfect
That I have supposed
That you have supposed
That he/she/it have supposed
That we have supposed
That you have supposed
That they have supposed
Simple past
That I supposed
That you supposed
That he/she/it supposed
That we supposed
That you supposed
That they supposed
Past perfect
That I had supposed
That you had supposed
That he/she/it had supposed
That we had supposed
That you had supposed
That they had supposed
Affermative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would suppose
you would suppose
we would suppose
we would suppose
you would suppose
they would suppose
Past
I would have supposed
you would have supposed
he/she/it would have supposed
we would have supposed
you would have supposed
they would have supposed
Present continous
I would be supposing
you would be supposing
we would be supposing
we would be supposing
you would be supposing
they would be supposing
Past continous
I would have been supposing
you would have been supposing
he/she/it would have been supposing
we would have been supposing
you would have been supposing
they would have been supposing
Affermative - IMPERATIVE
Present
let me suppose
suppose
let him suppose
let us suppose
suppose
let them suppose
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Affermative - INFINITIVE
Present
to suppose
Past
to have supposed
Present continous
to be supposing
Perfect continous
to have been supposing
Affermative - PARTICIPLE
Present
supposing
Past
supposed
Perfect
having supposed
Affermative - GERUND
Present
supposing
Past
having supposed
Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I do not suppose
you do not suppose
he/she/it does not supposes
we do not suppose
you do not suppose
they do not suppose
Simple past
I did not suppose
you did not suppose
he/she/it did not suppose
we did not suppose
you did not suppose
they did not suppose
Simple past
I did not suppose
you did not suppose
he/she/it did not suppose
we did not suppose
you did not suppose
they did not suppose
Present perfect
I have not supposed
you have not supposed
he/she/it has not supposed
we have not supposed
you have not supposed
they have not supposed
Past perfect
I had not supposed
you had not supposed
he/she/it had not supposed
we had not supposed
you had not supposed
they had not supposed
Past perfect
I had not supposed
you had not supposed
he/she/it had not supposed
we had not supposed
you had not supposed
they had not supposed
Simple future
I will not suppose
you will not suppose
he/she/it will not suppose
we will not suppose
you will not suppose
they will not suppose
Future perfect
I will not have supposed
you will not have supposed
he/she/it will not have supposed
we will not have supposed
you will not have supposed
they will not have supposed
Present continuous
I am not supposing
you are not supposing
he/she/it is not supposing
we are not supposing
you are not supposing
they are not supposing
Past simple continuous
I was not supposing
you were not supposing
he/she/it was not supposing
we were not supposing
you were not supposing
they were not supposing
Future continuous
I will not be supposing
you will not be supposing
he/she/it will not be supposing
we will not be supposing
you will not be supposing
they will not be supposing
Future perfect continuous
I will not have been supposing
you will not have been supposing
he/she/it will not have been supposing
we will not have been supposing
you will not have been supposing
they will not have been supposing
Present perfect continuous
I have not been supposing
you have not been supposing
he/she/it has not been supposing
we have not been supposing
you have not been supposing
they have not been supposing
Past perfect continuous
I had not been supposing
you had not been supposing
he/she/it had not been supposing
we had not been supposing
you had not been supposing
they had not been supposing
Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I do not suppose
That you do not suppose
That he/she/it does not suppose
That we do not suppose
That you do not suppose
That they do not suppose
Present perfect
That I have not supposed
That you have not supposed
That he/she/it have not supposed
That we have not supposed
That you have not supposed
That they have not supposed
Simple past
That I did not suppose
That you did not suppose
That he/she/it did not suppose
That we did not suppose
That you did not suppose
That they did not suppose
Past perfect
That I had not supposed
That you had not supposed
That he/she/it had not supposed
That we had not supposed
That you had not supposed
That they had not supposed
Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would not suppose
you would not suppose
we would not suppose
we would not suppose
you would not suppose
they would not suppose
Past
I would not have supposed
you would not have supposed
he/she/it would not have supposed
we would not have supposed
you would not have supposed
they would not have supposed
Present continous
I would not be supposing
you would not be supposing
we would not be supposing
we would not be supposing
you would not be supposing
they would not be supposing
Past continous
I would not have been supposing
you would not have been supposing
he/she/it would not have been supposing
we would not have been supposing
you would not have been supposing
they would not have been supposing
Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present
do not let me suppose
do not suppose
do not let him suppose
do not let us suppose
do not suppose
do not let them suppose
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Negative - INFINITIVE
Present
not to suppose
Past
not to have supposed
Present continous
not to be supposing
Perfect continous
not to have been supposing
Negative - PARTICIPLE
Present
not supposing
Past
not supposed
Perfect
not having supposed
Negative - GERUND
Present
not supposing
Past
not having supposed
Interrogative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I suppose ?
do you suppose ?
does she/he/it supposes ?
do we suppose ?
do you suppose ?
do they suppose ?
Simple past
did I suppose ?
did you suppose ?
did she/he/it suppose ?
did we suppose ?
did you suppose ?
did they suppose ?
Simple past
did I suppose ?
did you suppose ?
did she/he/it suppose ?
did we suppose ?
did you suppose ?
did they suppose ?
Present perfect
have I supposed ?
have you supposed ?
has she/he/it supposed ?
have we supposed ?
have you supposed ?
have they supposed ?
Past perfect
had I supposed ?
had you supposed ?
had she/he/it supposed ?
had we supposed ?
had you supposed ?
had they supposed ?
Past perfect
had I supposed ?
had you supposed ?
had she/he/it supposed ?
had we supposed ?
had you supposed ?
had they supposed ?
Simple future
will I suppose ?
will you suppose ?
will she/he/it suppose ?
will we suppose ?
will you suppose ?
will they suppose ?
Future perfect
will I have supposed ?
will you have supposed ?
will she/he/it have supposed ?
will we have supposed ?
will you have supposed ?
will they have supposed ?
Present continuous
am I supposing ?
are you supposing ?
is she/he/it supposing ?
are we supposing ?
are you supposing ?
are they supposing ?
Past simple continuous
was I supposing ?
were you supposing ?
was she/he/it supposing ?
were we supposing ?
were you supposing ?
were they supposing ?
Future continuous
will I be supposing ?
will you be supposing ?
will she/he/it be supposing ?
will we be supposing ?
will you be supposing ?
will they be supposing ?
Future perfect continuous
will I have been supposing ?
will you have been supposing ?
will she/he/it have been supposing ?
will we have been supposing ?
will you have been supposing ?
will they have been supposing ?
Present perfect continuous
have I been supposing ?
have you been supposing ?
has she/he/it been supposing ?
have we been supposing ?
have you been supposing ?
have they been supposing ?
Past perfect continuous
had I been supposing ?
had you been supposing ?
had she/he/it been supposing ?
had we been supposing ?
had you been supposing ?
had they been supposing ?
Interrogative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I suppose ?
That do you suppose ?
That does she/he/it suppose ?
That do we suppose ?
That do you suppose ?
That do they suppose ?
Present perfect
That have I supposed ?
That have you supposed ?
That have she/he/it supposed ?
That have we supposed ?
That have you supposed ?
That have they supposed ?
Simple past
That did I suppose ?
That did you suppose ?
That did she/he/it suppose ?
That did we suppose ?
That did you suppose ?
That did they suppose ?
Past perfect
That had I supposed ?
That had you supposed ?
That had she/he/it supposed ?
That had we supposed ?
That had you supposed ?
That had they supposed ?
Interrogative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I suppose ?
would you suppose ?
would she/he/it suppose ?
would we suppose ?
would you suppose ?
would they suppose ?
Past
would I have supposed?
would you have supposed?
would she/he/it have supposed?
would we have supposed?
would you have supposed?
would they have supposed?
Present continous
would I be supposing ?
would you be supposing ?
would she/he/it be supposing ?
would we be supposing ?
would you be supposing ?
would they be supposing ?
Past continous
would I have been supposing?
would you have been supposing?
would she/he/it have been supposing?
would we have been supposing?
would you have been supposing?
would they have been supposing?
Interrogative - IMPERATIVE
Present
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interrogative-Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I not suppose ?
do you not suppose ?
does she/he/it not supposes ?
do we not suppose ?
do you not suppose ?
do they not suppose ?
Simple past
did I not suppose ?
did you not suppose ?
did she/he/it not suppose ?
did we not suppose ?
did you not suppose ?
did they not suppose ?
Simple past
did I not suppose ?
did you not suppose ?
did she/he/it not suppose ?
did we not suppose ?
did you not suppose ?
did they not suppose ?
Present perfect
have I not supposed ?
have you not supposed ?
has she/he/it not supposed ?
have we not supposed ?
have you not supposed ?
have they not supposed ?
Past perfect
had I not supposed ?
had you not supposed ?
had she/he/it not supposed ?
had we not supposed ?
had you not supposed ?
had they not supposed ?
Past perfect
had I not supposed ?
had you not supposed ?
had she/he/it not supposed ?
had we not supposed ?
had you not supposed ?
had they not supposed ?
Simple future
will I not suppose ?
will you not suppose ?
will she/he/it not suppose ?
will we not suppose ?
will you not suppose ?
will they not suppose ?
Future perfect
will I not have supposed ?
will you not have supposed ?
will she/he/it not have supposed ?
will we not have supposed ?
will you not have supposed ?
will they not have supposed ?
Present continuous
am I not supposing ?
are you not supposing ?
is she/he/it not supposing ?
are we not supposing ?
are you not supposing ?
are they not supposing ?
Past simple continuous
was I not supposing ?
were you not supposing ?
was she/he/it not supposing ?
were we not supposing ?
were you not supposing ?
were they not supposing ?
Future continuous
will I not be supposing ?
will you not be supposing ?
will she/he/it not be supposing ?
will we not be supposing ?
will you not be supposing ?
will they not be supposing ?
Future perfect continuous
will I not have been supposing ?
will you not have been supposing ?
will she/he/it not have been supposing ?
will we not have been supposing ?
will you not have been supposing ?
will they not have been supposing ?
Present perfect continuous
have I not been supposing ?
have you not been supposing ?
has she/he/it not been supposing ?
have we not been supposing ?
have you not been supposing ?
have they not been supposing ?
Past perfect continuous
had I not been supposing ?
had you not been supposing ?
had she/he/it not been supposing ?
had we not been supposing ?
had you not been supposing ?
had they not been supposing ?
Interrogative-Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I not suppose ?
That do you not suppose ?
That does she/he/it not suppose ?
That do we not suppose ?
That do you not suppose ?
That do they not suppose ?
Present perfect
That have I not supposed ?
That have you not supposed ?
That have she/he/it not supposed ?
That have we not supposed ?
That have you not supposed ?
That have they not supposed ?
Simple past
That did I not suppose ?
That did you not suppose ?
That did she/he/it not suppose ?
That did we not suppose ?
That did you not suppose ?
That did they not suppose ?
Past perfect
That had I not supposed ?
That had you not supposed ?
That had she/he/it not supposed ?
That had we not supposed ?
That had you not supposed ?
That had they not supposed ?
Interrogative-Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I not suppose ?
would you not suppose ?
would she/he/it not suppose ?
would we not suppose ?
would you not suppose ?
would they not suppose ?
Past
would I not have supposed?
would you not have supposed?
would she/he/it not have supposed?
would we not have supposed?
would you not have supposed?
would they not have supposed?
Present continous
would I not be supposing ?
would you not be supposing ?
would she/he/it not be supposing ?
would we not be supposing ?
would you not be supposing ?
would they not be supposing ?
Past continous
would I not have been supposing?
would you not have been supposing?
would she/he/it not have been supposing?
would we not have been supposing?
would you not have been supposing?
would they not have been supposing?
Interrogative-Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present