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76 Metaphors for « o »

76 Metaphors for « o »

  • 'O be my friend, and teach me to be thine.
  • O is an interjection.
  • 6, where O is the point of no slip, being 17.64 from the point of real slip.
  • Jell-O is a brand of gelatin that has become a generic, or typical, name for a lot of gelatin.
  • NANKO O, what a wonderful man the doctor was.
  • That Thou our Guest hast been; O be Thou with us ever
  • (O weary, weary were the world,
  • "O here is the stray bird, exclaimed Louisa, fluttering in the meshes.
  • 'Is that a bit o' heather as ye've getten i' your hat, sir?" "Yes," said the man deliberately; "'tis a bit of heatherand it comes from Boggart Moor.
  • "Here," quoth I. O, it hath been a brave here-and-there night!
  • O thou'rt forgetting the hours we met in The Vale of Tears at the even-tide, Or thou'd come near me to love and cheer me, And whisper clearly, "O be my bride!
  • O never yet was captain so dauntless as Dundee!
  • Let O be the center of the shaft; let L O M represent the face of the main valve seat, in which is shown the port leading to the cylinder; and let A be the edge of the main valve, at the beginning of a stroke of the piston.
  • O is your cheek once more against my cheek?
  • "Why cannot we go back?" "O, because we should be too late; besides, there is no danger, only we may have to wade a little."
  • Out of the Day's deceiving light we call, Day that shows man so great and God so small, That hides the stars and magnifies the grass; O is the Darkness too a lying glass, Or, undistracted, do you find truth there?
  • 'O when will come the Day, by Heav'n design'd,
  • O here is the deep of desire, HEC.
  • So that the true reading of the verse is: Soon as she was gone from me, A traveller came by, Silently, invisibly O! was no deny.
  • Better grab holt o' the dog.
  • And O, mother that reads this, has there never been in your house a drawer, or a closet, the opening of which has been to you like the opening again of a little grave?
  • Then after a short space they all three shot again, and once more each arrow lodged within the clout, but this time Adam o' the Dell's was farthest from the center, and again the tattered stranger's shot was the best.
  • "O, is your father in the State's Prison?" Dotty thought if her father were in such, a dreadful place, and she herself were blind, she should not wish to live; but here was Emily looking just as happy as anybody else.
  • One o' his sons was a Supreme Judge 'fore he died.
  • O, is this the grating gentleman?
  • Out of the Day's deceiving light we call, Day that shows man so great and God so small, That hides the stars and magnifies the grass; O is the Darkness too a lying glass, Or, undistracted, do you find truth there?
  • The whole o' this back yard is full o' glory this minute.
  • But I've got a hunch that one o' the lot is agoin' tuh grab that thief,
  • The reason for which conduct I'm at loss, O, Mr. Cross, 'tay'nt you, but I am cross. I really thought thou had'st been much genteeler, Polite-o was thy grandfather, remember
  • And Moose would retort sarcastically, "Mart, ef you was as good a judge o' dogs as dogs is o' youstop growlin' at him, Baldyyou'd have a winnin' team in yourself, instead o' just jawin' about it."
  • 'Is that a bit o' heather as ye've getten i' your hat, sir?" "Yes," said the man deliberately; "'tis a bit of heatherand it comes from Boggart Moor.
  • O be bright de heaven, est a possible!
  • O great was thine ire The fate of thy sire, Awaiting thy coming, Consumed thee like fire.
  • (Enter MR. H.) FIRST LADY O, Mr. H. we are so glad SECOND LADY We have been so dull THIRD LADY
  • O come Lavinia, lovely maid, Said Dion, stretch'd at ease, Beneath the walnut's fragrant shade, A sweet retreat!
  • "O, a bargeman's is the life for me, Though there's nothin' to be seen but scener-ee!"OLD SONG.
  • My mother's ill i' bed, an' one o' my sisters is lookin' after her."
  • To claim thee for my own, I suffered on the cross: O! were my love but known, No soul could fear its loss.
  • I've seen 'em,dead, dull-lookin' round stones that'll crack open, chockfull o' red garnits as an egg is o' meat.
  • O, missy, dat was de awfullest minute in my life!
  • O many a fairy milkmaid With the one eye blind, Is 'mid the lonely mountains
  • O, Ellen, is there no music in those words, to your young heart?
  • The following Sepulchral Enigma against Pride, is engraved on a stone, in the Cathedral Church of Hamburgh: "O, Mors, cur, Deus, negat, vitam, be, se, bis, nos, his, nam."
  • O happy be your names that have been brides, And tasted those rare sweets for which I pine: And far more heavy be thy grief and time, Thou lazie swain, that maist relieve my needs, Than his, upon whose liver alwayes feeds A hungry vultur.
  • The latter has no concern with this rule, nor is it equivalent to the former, as a sign: O is a note of wishing, earnestness, and vocative address; but oh is, properly, a sign of sorrow, pain, or surprise.
  • "That's what comes o' good nursing; some nurses would 'ave woke 'im up to take food, but I just let 'im sleep on.
  • "Say, 2 times O are O; 2 times 1 are 2."Robinson's American Arith., 1825, p. 24.
  • O was an orange So yellow and round: When it fell off the tree, It fell down to the ground.
  • O is an Owl, Who hides through the day; And comes out at night, To seek for his prey.
  • "Which way?" "O, round by that great black log There is a path there through the bushes."
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