She was not above the inconsistency of charging fate, rather than herself, with her own misfortunes; but she inveighed so acrimoniously against love-matches that Lily would have fancied her own marriage had been of that nature, had not Mrs. Bart frequently assured her that she had been "talked into it"—by whom, she never made clear.
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American intellectuals inveigh against the practice.
The detective had, indeed, good reasons to inveigh against the bad luck which pursued him.