- ’Yet however you read it, it seems not unhopeful,’ said Legolas.
- The riders were not, however, content merely to wait for the dawn and let their enemies rest.
- Treebeard was however especially interested in everything that concerned Gandalf; and most interested of all in Saruman’s doings.
- However, deciding what to do does not take Ents so long as going over all the facts and events that they have to make up their minds about.
- There is, however, nothing to show that for certain.
- These, however, did not go far before they were crossed by orc-prints, also coming out from the main trail behind and in front, and then they curved sharply back again and were lost in the trampling.
- For however the fortune of war shall go, may it not so end that much that was fair and wonderful shall pass for ever out of Middle-earth?
- It did not, however, turn out half as bad as he had expected.
- Gollum, however, was helpless with terror, and was convinced that they were being hunted, that their approach was known.
- Gollum, however, did not intend to be got rid of, yet.
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- Sam, however, had no objection to rabbit at all, and said so.
- However, that is not for me to judge, happily.
- But she must eat, and however busily they delved new winding passages from the pass and from their tower, ever she found some way to snare them.
- The sword, however, blazed so brightly now that he could see dimly in its light.
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