cuhirn was (P. G. Wodthouse, ‘Summer Lightning'). They inquired of a person in the street il Mr. Phillotson was likely to be at home.. (Th. Hardy. 'Jude the Obscure'). Well, lie is not likely to be let out in a hurry, poor lad, when a com rade has betrayed him (£. L. Voynich, 'The Gadfly’). Naturally, it you're going to idle about here all morning you aren’t likely to catch the twelve-five (A. Ben nett, ‘The. Old Wives' Tale'). She could not have wriLten before Monday night, it was more likely she would wait till Tuesday.. (С. P. Snow, ‘Time of Hope’). I don’t think that is at all likely, from what f know of the similar cases in lhe past (D. CiiAach, 'Say No to Death'). There would be a much likelier chance of his doing it it he were lold not to love (Th. Hardy. 'Jude the Obscure').
Narrow and self-righteous people, only capable of judging the lives of others by their own, are apt to condemn those who make this tragic error (J. Galsworilty 'To Let'). He was a handy man at his trade, an all-round mar, as artisans in country towns are apt to be (Th. Hardy, 'Jude the Obscure'). Now, there is some thing peculiarly intimate in sharing an umbrella. 11 is apt lo put one on the same footing as brushing a man’s coat for him.. (K. Mansfield, 'The Bann'). ..we are all apt to believe what the world believes about us (G. EUot, ‘The Mill on the i'loss').
How decent the men were to a decent woman, but woman-starved and liable to run amuck if a likely woman gave them any encouragement (K- S. Pri chard, 'The Roaring N indies'). They levered and tugged the shells up very gingerly, since the oldest duds are liable to explode if treated roughly (R. Alding ton, ‘Death of a Hero'}. She kept it (Jon’s letter) as she had kept his old letters but not like them, about her .. Michael was liable Lo sec her in any stage of costume. So she kept il in her jewel box.. (J. Galsworthy, 'Swan Song'). ..she was abstaining from the words ‘I will have a boy’, (or this, setting up a reaction, everybody said, was liable to produce a girl (J. Galsworthy, 'The White. Monkey ). ‘Think we are liable to have much trouble?’ said another (Th. Dreiser, ’Sister Currie').
LIVE, книжн. RLSiDE, книжн.
DWELL, LODGE, КН11ЖН. SOJOURN, STAY, PUT UP, разг. STOP нахо диться в течение определенного времени в определенном месте' жить, проживать, обигпть, квартироиать, останавливаться, гостить.
[Д1 Live, reside и dwell отличаются от lodge, sojourn, stay, put up и slop тем, что первые обозначают постоянное, а вторые — временное пребывание в каком-л. месте. В каждой на групп синонимы отличаются друг от друга по следующим смысловым признакам: 1) длительность пребывания а каком-л, месте, 2) условия прожи вания, 2) характер местожительст ва,
В первой группе live является наиболее широк л м но значению словом. Оно может предполагать длите