It was difficult tobelieve that he was a Ground. He was __61___into an unimportant butwell-to-do family. He was the youngest of five sons. The Grounds were ahandsome lot: blue-eyed, fair-haired, clever ___62___ ambitious. Thefour older boys all made a success of their lives. They married beautiful girlsof good family and produced children __63___ fair and handsome andclever as themselves. The eldest became a clergyman；the second___64____ up as the headmaster ofa famous public school；the ___65___went intobusiness and became rich; the fourth ___66___ in his father's footstepsand became a lawyer. That is why everybody was amazed when the youngest Ground,Henry, turned ____67___ to be a lazy good-for-nothing.
Unlike hisbrothers, he had brown eyes and dark hair, but he was every bit ashandsome and charming，____68___madehim quite a lady-killer. And, although he never married ，___69___ is no doubt at all that Henry Ground loved women. Healso loved eating，drinking, laughing, talking and athousand other___70____ which don’t make money or improve the human life. One of his favorite pastimeswas doing nothing.