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Good-nature was not wanting in the round countenance, with its two slits of covetous eyes; but there was likewise the vague uneasiness habitual to those who have money to spend and hear constant applications for it.
Good-nature and politeness have hitherto saved me, as they prevented people from pressing on me with distressing questions.
Good-nature and honesty, especially the latter, are so indispensably required, that, though the greatest censure attends any violation of these duties, no eminent praise follows such common instances of them, as seem essential to the support of human society.
Good-nature, and credulity the child of good-nature, are generally, as I have the charity to believe, rather than viciousness, the foundation of their crime.
Good-nature dictated something better than this for one who had always liked her.
Mirth, and Good-nature, and banishes at once all other Ideas from your
An Essay towards Fixing the True Standards of Wit, Humour, Railery, Satire, and Ridicule (1744)
Good-nature was all that Pussy and I wanted to express just now, and
Good-nature prevails; there is a little latent fire; not enough energy to be bad, or good, against the current.
But then comes Timidity, and after her Good-nature, and last of all
Which causes the most lies, Timidity, Good-nature or
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