No inspired man ever asks this question or condescends to these evidences.
He condescends to beseech you to come to Him that you may have life.
It is a marvel to me that "the master" condescends to hear you recite at all.
Now and then he condescends to be harnessed and to carry me about the landscape.
The august Mary condescends to cast upon you her merciful eyes.
Now and then he condescends to drop a word—but I can't understand if he does.
He is making a fortune with the ice-cream, but he condescends to give us a lesson now and then.
I do not, however, know how far this is the case or not, till he condescends to write like one of us.
When he condescends to the abstract, his subjects bring an appetite with them.
After all this preliminary magnificence Gibbon condescends to approach his own pedigree.