my husband, indeed I would have spared you such a thought had there been another way; but I pray that God may not have treasured your wild words, except as the heart-broken wail of a very loving and sorely stricken man.
Yea, to be justly angry; for that itwas not another nature of a people of darkness which sinned for me, asthey say who are not angry at themselves, and treasure up wrathagainst the day of wrath, and of the revelation of Thy justjudgment.
You may not recollect it; but when a person is umble, Master Copperfield, a person treasures such things up!’
We’ll treasure your stories, even if there’s mistakes or things you forget—but, mark my words, a conscious lie that puts my crew in peril, and you’ll fight the sharks alone.”
I would have treasured every sigh, every word, every sign, every glance.'
Kapor had been a devotee of the WHOLE EARTH CATALOG since the beginning, and treasured a complete run of the magazine.
Police treasure good relations with the business community.
I treasure it even as a Hindu merchant once treasured a picture of Lincoln.
He rapidly noted the aspect and structure of the country through which he passed with his companions, treasuring up his observations for future use.
“It would seem that Helen had learned and treasured the memory of this expression of the poet, and this morning in the snowstorm had found its application.”
"I shall treasure my limestone 'icicle'," said Dorothy. "
Dearest Lord, if I may treasure Thy abundant grace each day, I shall cherish Thy good pleasure, Be my portion what it may.
Yea, dark or bright, if they their silver drops Cause to descend, the earth, by yielding crops, Gives praise to both, and carpeth not at either, But treasures up the fruit they yield together; Yea, so commixes both, that in her fruit None can distinguish this from that: they suit Her well when hungry; but, if she be full, She spews out both, and makes their blessings null.
The Ants inquired of him, “Why did you not treasure up food during the summer?”
he said, drawing out his pocket-book, in which were treasured up some dead flowers.
How I treasured up the entries, of which I subjoin a sample—!
Treasure this ecstasy,however senseless it may seem to men.
Abou Neeut treasured up in his mind the conversation of the Afreets, and at day-light was happily delivered from the well by the arrival of a caravan, some of the followers of which were let down to fill water, and having discovered him, charitably drew him up, and gave him some refreshments.