Janet, be it remembered, lacked but two years of the fatal age.
Assured that it was only a wife that Timmins lacked, he sighed relief.
What the minister lacked, Cornelia had; Cornelia lacked nothing.
Some things he lacked: he hadn't no immagination at all, not one speck.
The Professor had genius, but lacked the great social virtue of resignation.
There was a theory that he wanted Mary, and lacked the courage to ask her.
The sensation astonished him so much that he lacked the courage to dissect it.
They corresponded to the modern labourer, but lacked his freedom.
The seeds of knowledge had been sown, but they lacked moisture and had failed to grow.
And then Pierre lacked the strength to remain there any longer.