at the one time thou dost laud Surcease of works, and, at another time, Service through work.
We were the flightless birds lauding our own mastery over some remote island while serpents and carnivores washed up on our shores.
A true Whig, Miss Crawley had been in opposition all through the war, and though, to be sure, the downfall of the Emperor did not very much agitate the old lady, or his ill-treatment tend to shorten her life or natural rest, yet Pitt spoke to her heart when he lauded both her idols; and by that single speech made immense progress in her favour.
Laud we the godsAnd let our crooked smokes climb to their nostrilsFrom our bless’d altars.
He lauded almost extravagantly my nether extremities, my swelling calves in silk hose drawn up to the limit, and eulogised glowingly my other hidden treasures in priceless lace which, he said, he could conjure up.
She did not stay to retaliate, but re-entered in a minute, bearing a reaming silver pint, whose contents I lauded with becoming earnestness.