Goldsmith tells us, that when lovely woman stoops to folly, she has nothing to do but to die; and when she stoops to be disagreeable, it is equally to be recommended as a clearer of ill-fame.
Her affections had continually been fluctuating but never without an object.
I do not think it worth while to wait for enjoyment until there is some real opportunity for it.
He admires as a lover, not as a connoisseur. To satisfy me, those characters must be united.
I want no proof of affection but of engagement I do.
This sweetest and best of all creatures, faultless in spite of all her faults.