And if they refuse to so avow, suddenly finding themselves with a challenge from the right?
And if they do so avow—well, the worst scenario is as follows.
I avow that I do not regard it as so manly, so truly masculine, you comprehend, as the opposite trait.
It is wise, and may be useful, on all proper occasions, to avow our convictions.
My principles were true; my motives were pure: why should I scruple to avow my principles and vindicate my actions?
All mankind are like us, but they have not the candour to avow it.'
“What right had a man who wrote a play p. 23for the stage, to avow contempt for the theatric profession”?
He was forced to avow the wisdom of my counsel, and to be guided by it.
It is necessary that you may avow your language is not useful for the purpose ordinary of the world.
I have at least reached the point in life where men not only have convictions but avow them.'