English Phrases words starting with Y and Z from page 561 to 570

You cannot regret it more than I do
You cannot regret more than I the necessity
You could not apply to any one better able than he
You could not pay me a higher compliment
You could scarcely observe any of the evidences of inward perturbation
You did it excellently
You did it in the way that will count
You did not clearly understand what I meant
You do not need to be told
You do not pretend that
You don’t seem very enthusiastic
You excite my curiosity
You flatter my judgment
You gave me such chill embraces as the snow-covered heights receive from clouds
You give me more credit than I deserve
You have a genius for saying the right thing
You have a very helpful suggestion
You have all read the story
You have an infinite deal of patience
You have asked me a riddle
You have asked the impossible
You have been gracious enough to assign to me
You have been mindful
You have been pleased to confer upon me
You have been wrongly informed
You have but to observe
You have done me a great service
You have done me great honor
You have exceedingly obliged me by
You have great reason to congratulate yourself on
You have had a pleasant time, I hope
You have my deepest sympathy
You have my earnest prayers that the Almighty may graciously support you
You have my unbounded confidence
You have my unqualified approval
You have no right
You have not forgotten
You have often pondered over
You have quite excited my curiosity
You have received a false impression
You have sometimes been astonished
You have such an interesting way of putting things
You have suffered a grief which no human friend can assuage
You have the authority of
You have the blessed reflection of having done all that could possibly be done
You hit the nail on the head
You interest me deeply
You judge yourself too severely
You know as well as I do
You know I’m in an agony of curiosity
You know I’m not given to sentimentality
You know that it is impossible to
You know the familiar axiom
You know the legend which has grown up
You know the very road into his kindness, and cannot lose your way.
You know very well
You leave no alternative
You look incredulous
You may also be assured
You may be acquainted with
You may be sure
You may be sure of my confidence
You may depend upon it
You may guess what luck
You may object at once, and say
You may object that
You may point, if you will, to
You may rely on me absolutely
You may remember
You may search the history of
You may well be proud
You may well study the example
You might apply to yourselves
You might make an exception
You must have felt almost slighted to notice that I
You must have misunderstood me
You must not fail to command me
You must not forget
You must understand I do not mean to claim
You ought not to disregard what I say
You overwhelm me with your kindness
You probably mean by that
You really insist upon it?
You rebuke me very fairly
You remember how
You say that as though you were surprised
You see how widely we differ
You see things rose-colored
You see, it’s all very vague
You seem to be in a happy mood
You seem to have your full share of human vicissitudes
You seem to take a very mild interest in what I propose
You shock me more than I can say
You should respect each other and refrain from disputes; you should not, like water and oil, repel each other, but should, like milk and water, mingle together
You speak in enigmas
You speak with authority
You surely understand my position
You take a great deal for granted
You take a pessimistic view of things
You take me quite by surprise
You tell me that
You undoubtedly are aware
You were just speaking on a very interesting topic
You will admit I have some provocation
You will allow me to say with becoming brevity
You will be pleased to hear
You will be very much pleased to hear that
You will bear me out when I say
You will become morbid if you are not careful
You will clearly understand
You will expect me to say something about
You will find interest, we believe, in this advance announcement
You will forgive me
You will get the benefit of this liberal offer
You will go a long way before you find a better man
You will have ample opportunity
You will have particular interest in the new and attractive policy
You will have to cast your anchor in the dark
You will join with me, I trust
You will observe
You will pardon me, I am sure
You will please not be flippant
You will receive many hearty congratulations but none more sincere than mine
You will say that
You will scarcely be surprised
You will understand my anxiety
You will, of course, remember the incident
You would never dream of urging
You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection
You yourselves are the evidence
You, who have so often comforted others, are now to be comforted
young and fragile
Your affectionate friend,
Your argument is facile and superficial
Your blood is red like wine
Your body is precious. It is our vehicle for awakening. Treat it with care
Your charms lay like metals in a mine
Your consideration is entirely misplaced
Your defenses will crumble at the assault
Your devoted ,
Your early attention to this matter will oblige
Your ever loving ,
Your eyes are like fantastic moons that shiver in some stagnant lake
Your eyes as blue as violets
Your eyes they were green and gray like an April day
Your fair discourse hath been as sugar, making the hard way sweet and delectable.
Your forgiveness for all these offences is very penitently and humbly invoked
Your frail fancies are swallowed up, like chance flowers flung upon the river’s current
Your friendly and generous words
Your further orders will be esteemed
Your good sense must tell you
Your hair was golden as tints of sunrise
Your heart is as dry as a reed
Your inquiry has just been received, and we are glad to send to you
Your judgments are very sound
Your locks are like the raven
Your logic is as clever as possible
Your love shall fall about me like sweet rain
Your loving ,
Your mind enthroned in the seventh circle of content
Your opinion will be invaluable to me
Your orders and commands will always have our prompt and best attention
Your own,
Your path seems full of thorns
Your plan is quite to my mind
Your presence makes us rich.
Your presence seems to say
Your request is granted before it is made
Your satisfaction will dictate our course
Your sky is dark, but the sun shines
Your sorrow’s night
Your statement is somewhat startling
Your step’s like the rain to summer vexed farmer
Your thoughts are buzzing like a swarm of bees
Your tongue is like a scarlet snake
Your trial order is respectfully solicited
Your usual attention will oblige
Your views are most satisfactory
Your voice had a quaver in it just like the linnet (linnet = small finch)
Your weather is bleak, but the storms will cease
Your work is to discover your work and then with all your heart to give yourself to it
Your worth is very dear in my regard.
You’re so tremendously kind about it
You’re succeeding admirably
You’re taking it all much too seriously
You’re talking nonsense!
You’re very good, I’m sure
Yours affectionately,
Yours constantly,
Yours ever truly,
Yours ever,
Yours faithfully,
Yours forever and ever,
Yours in all fellowship,
Yours in heart,
Yours is indeed deep sorrow
Yours most sincerely,
Yours, with love,
Youth like a summer morn
youthful ambition
youthful and callow (callow = immature)
zeal and vehemence
zealous devotion
Zealous in the cause he affected to serve
Zealous of good works.
zenith and climax
zest and freshness
Zest for the fray
zest of enjoyment
zigzag and deviating
zigzag method
zone of delusion
zoologically considered
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