It is clear that his style of thought was the style of thought of the court of his time.
Until the last year or two she has not been master of her style, rather has her style been master of her.
Then he will adopt a mode of narration such as we have illustrated out of Homer, that is to say, his style will be both imitative and narrative; but there will be very little of the former, and a great deal of the latter.
Poligny and Debienne, we had been so nicely steeped"--Moncharmin's style is not always irreproachable--"had no doubt ended by blinding my imaginative and also my visual faculties.
“Styles is really a glorious old place,” I said to John.
It’s a good thing Styles wasn’t the mater’s to leave to him.
Interestingly, a similar style is now preferred practice in Great Britain, though the older style (which became established for typographical reasons having to do with the aesthetics of comma and quotes in typeset text) is still accepted there.
This speech style is a variety of the precisionist English normally spoken by scientists, design engineers, and academics in technical fields.
Style, as the word is commonly understood, is the choice and arrangement of words in sentences and of sentences in paragraphs as that arrangement is effective in expressing our meaning and convincing our readers or hearers.
The one thing that makes this style of little effect is anger or morbid intensity.
We have all heard that the simplest style is the strongest; and no doubt most of us have wondered how this could be, as we turned over in our minds examples of what seemed to us simplicity, comparing them with the rhetorical, the lofty, and the sublime passages we could call to mind.
They was formerly styled 'sir', like my own ancestry," he said, "though nowadays their true style, strictly speaking, is 'clerk' only."
Miss Crawford's style of writing, lively and affectionate, was itself an evil, independent of what she was thus forced into reading from the brother's pen, for Edmund would never rest till she had read the chief of the letter to him; and then she had to listen to his admiration of her language, and the warmth of her attachments.
His most successful compositions in this style are his fine morning and evening hymns, one of which is given below.
Its style is reminiscent of the folk songs, with the first stanza introducing the general theme of the song, the appearance of the rose, that is, of the Savior in a lost and indifferent world.
From time to time she passed her little hand through my hair and twisted it into curls, as though trying how a new style of wearing it would become my face.
But she knows now, since she has studied with her pupil in college the problems of composition, under the wise advice of Mr. Charles T.Copeland, that the style of every writer and indeed, of every human being, illiterate or cultivated, is a composite reminiscence of all that he has read and heard.
Style is the legal designation by which a person or house is known in official or business relations; as, the name and style of Baring Brothers.