519 Words to use with parting

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As he stepped into the train a few minutes after, he looked back upon me and beckoned me for a parting word.

William H. Locke is the new president and part owner of the Philadelphia club.

He bade them bind and take her First to the mountain's height, That she the doom might suffer Within her husband's sight; But all the lady answered, When she was brought to death, Were words of faith and loyalty Borne on her parting breath: "Behold, I die a Christian, And here repeat my vows Of faithfulness to yonder knight, My loved and lawful spouse.

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With him he learned something about an artist's methods, and received from him as a parting gift, various artist's materials that he had made industrious use of.

They circled around us once more and gave us a few parting shots as they rode off, leaving behind them another dead Indian and a horse.

But the captains took very great care of this, because Vasco da Gama, before going out to Lisbon, when conversing alone with the Jew Zacuto in the monastery, had received from him much information as to what he should do during his voyage, and especially recommendations of great watchfulness never to let the ships part company, because if they separated it would be the certain destruction of all of them.

Beyond a little part-singing at school she had no practical acquaintance with music; there had never been a piano at home.

Another scallawag had jammed my coat part way into my butes, and was pourin' water into 'em out from the wash-pitcher, and I am sorry to say it, evry darned Muskeeter was up to some mean trick, which would put to blush, even a member of the New Jarsey legislater.

But I am none of those who Welcome the coming, speed the parting guest.

It commences with the rudiments of music and a glossary of technical terms, to which is appended a good collection of part-songs, especially prepared for social and festival occasions.

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Ye have taken my child and sent him to serve the state at the hazard of body and soul, without giving opportunity for a parting kiss, or a parting blessingye have used my flesh and blood as ye would use the wood of the arsenal, and sent it forth upon the sea as if it were the insensible metal of the balls ye throw against the infidel.

Tho' I lost thee, yet this thought would cheer me in my parting hour.

On some fond breast the parting soul relies, Some pious drops the closing eye requires; Even from the tomb the voice of Nature cries, Even in our ashes live their wonted fires.

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And yet I cannot conclude this sketch without taking a parting glance of this brilliant but unfortunate man.

I thought of my poor mother, and of the excellent parting advice she gave me,but more particularly of the night-caps with strings, which she extracted such a solemn promise from me to wear carefully every night in all climates, and which, on the second evening of my sojourn in barracks, were so unceremoniously reduced to ashes in a noisy auto-da-.

After being present at another public meeting in Stavanger, and in a parting interview with the Friends of the town, he went with William Robinson direct to Kiel.

Take 1 part of the flaked wheat or barley to 2 parts water.

The curfew tolls the knell of parting day, The lowing herd winds slowly o'er the lea, The ploughman homeward plods his weary way, And leaves the world to darkness and to me.

"Don't let them rob you," was Patsy's parting injunction.

THE S. A. B. choir (soprano, alto and bass) a collection of easy three-part anthems and songs for young people's choir; edited by Ira B. Wilson.

519 Words to use with  parting