A child has a right to finality as regards its compulsory lessons.
When a man finds that a woman can reason,—do anything but feel,—he regards her as a menace.
In what does not regard the possession of her, concedo; but in what regards it, nego.
The Lyce competes formidably with the convents as regards fees.
"Give Mrs. Bowlder my regards," said the journalist, comprehending the symbolism.
He was a young man quite above the average as regards intellect.
The region beyond him he regards from this vantage-ground of unquestioned security.
And this is true both as regards physical and moral effects.
It does not make money an idol, but regards it as a useful agent.
It is a part of the patriarchal custom which regards women as property.