But Fernand, instead of responding to this amiable gesture, remained mute and trembling.
Then that person is a most amiable person.
Well, amiable Corsican, let us suppose it is providence.
If I tell you one thing, you will be so amiable as to set aside all impediments.
Nevertheless, had Caderousse but retained his post a few minutes longer, he might have caught a dim outline of something approaching from the direction of Bellegarde; as the moving object drew nearer, he would easily have perceived that it consisted of a man and horse, between whom the kindest and most amiable understanding appeared to exist.
It is not to be called amiability, it is her duty; a slave does not dictate to a master.
"She is very amiable, then, is she not?" said Albert.
The one M. de Villefort is preparing against my amiable assassin—some brigand escaped from the gallows apparently.
My dear Franz, M. Maximilian Morrel, an excellent friend I have acquired in your absence, and whose name you will hear me mention every time I make any allusion to affection, wit, or amiability.
If he did not come, the painful sensation became most intense; if, on the contrary, he appeared, his noble countenance, his brilliant eyes, his amiability, his polite attention even towards Madame Danglars, soon dispelled every impression of fear.
As for the accused himself, many remembered him as being so amiable, so handsome, and so liberal, that they chose to think him the victim of some conspiracy, since in this world large fortunes frequently excite the malevolence and jealousy of some unknown enemy.
"If my unknown be as amiable as she is beautiful," said Albert, "I shall fix myself at Rome for six weeks, at least.
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She seemed an ideal candidate—attractive, amiable, intelligent and energetic.