A man’s voice suddenly began singing in a sugary falsetto, accompanying himself on the guitar: With invincible force I am bound to my dear.
Father Zossima was accompanied by a novice, and by Alyosha.
That personage has granted us an audience, so to speak, and so, though we thank you for showing us the way, we cannot ask you to accompany us.
And the birth of his deformed child, and its death, had, as though by special design, been accompanied by another strange and marvelous event, which, as he said later, had left a "stamp" upon his soul.
She ran out to accompany him to the passage.
Society cuts him off completely by a force that triumphs over him mechanically and (so at least they say of themselves in Europe) accompanies this exclusion with hatred, forgetfulness, and the most profound indifference as to the ultimate fate of the erring brother.
Only when accompanying his son out on to the steps, the old man began to fuss about.
It appeared that everything was not yet ready in the second cart, in which two constables were to accompany Mavriky Mavrikyevitch.
Behind him there could be seen accompanying him a crowd of monks, together with many people from the town.
"Your son cannot last long," the doctor told my mother, as she accompanied him to the door.
The district doctor, a zealous man, new to his work, almost insisted on accompanying the police captain, the prosecutor, and the investigating lawyer.
All who accompanied Father Ferapont immediately understood his action.
Several peasants accompanied the lawyers and remained on the same side of the curtain.
It might have been supposed from his Herculean strength that one night of carousing, even accompanied by the most violent emotions, could have had little effect on him.
That was very long ago, forty years before, when Father Zossima first began his life as a monk in a poor and little monastery at Kostroma, and when, shortly after, he had accompanied Father Anfim on his pilgrimage to collect alms for their poor monastery.
People said she intended to petition the Government for leave to accompany the criminal to Siberia and to be married to him somewhere in the mines.
Grushenka had received many such letters, accompanied by such receipts, from her former lover during the fortnight of her convalescence.
He accompanied her himself to her protector.
To get him off her hands she suggested at once that he should walk with her to Samsonov’s, where she said she absolutely must go "to settle his accounts," and when Mitya accompanied her at once, she said good-by to him at the gate, making him promise to come at twelve o’clock to take her home again.
I wouldn’t change a dandy I know of for three young Englishmen," observed Marya Kondratyevna tenderly, doubtless accompanying her words with a most languishing glance.
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The nurse accompanied the old woman everywhere.
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