But can the safety of the state be secured by merely excluding the vicious poor?
It seemed, however, that he had merely been thinking intently.
Surface manifestations are, in and of themselves, merely deceptive.
After all it might be nothing of vital importance, merely a girls' disagreement.
Our pledge was not merely to do a patchwork job with secondhand materials.
They say that he paints not merely a man's features, but his mind and heart.
She merely turned her head and rubbed his knee with her nose.
But he was not discouraged; he was merely changing his tactics.
The German merely smoked and laughed; and they all smoked and laughed.
Exactly what that principle was I could not at the time have said; I merely recognised it as being there.