The rise and fall of civilisations may be called mankind's lessons in "how not to do it."
Doubtless there are many other lessons which the present war will have taught.
But stay, I must mind my lessons—I have more, much more to learn.
A few years have been sacrificed; but the lessons that they have taught me remain.
Dimly it passed through my mind that she had been profiting by her lessons lately.
I am full of a scheme which needs your help; for once we'll let the lessons go.
See here, since you have no lessons, shall I tell you a story?
He had sought to bring to his aid all the lessons of the philosophy he had cultivated.
How Gerald and Tod contrived to do their lessons amidst it was a marvel to every one.
It had now gone on to half-past nine, and still he was not come in, and his lessons were not done.