What should a man remember then but those who counted upon him?
You know it, and you counted upon my generosity to suggest it.
Lennon had counted upon this dread and uncertainty of the young Navaho.
But he had not counted upon the visit of the Carvels to Constantinople.
The piece of news created the sensation that its imparter had counted upon.
He had not counted upon this addition to the party, and was as scowling as she could have wished.
He was only forty-six, and had, of course, counted upon more time.
She counted upon seeing him four weeks from the date of the cable.
A detailed exhibition of her emotions was all that she had counted upon.
They had not counted upon his muscles, which were as hard as boards.