construe it how one might, there would be at least some awkwardness in accepting such hospitality.
But you must not, my dearest friend, construe common gratitude into love.
More I dare not here say; nor must I drop a hint which another eye than thine might be able to construe.
And even if he had, we must not construe any trifling peculiarity into madness.
And now—and now—will you love me less that you know a secret in my being which I have told to no other,—cannot construe to myself?
But in every case the early practice did not construe this to include the Territories.
You have a way of getting off with a jest, but I always feel that if I say a word, they'll construe it into a proposal.
Any attempt to construe the purposes of Deity must be liable to the same misapplication.
I trust that no one will construe this as an attack on the Industrial Workers of the World.
The April sun seemed to stir in him a vague feeling that he could not construe.