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390 example sentences with  bereaving

390 example sentences with bereaving

"O good youth," supplicated the now terrified and humbled old man, "bereave me not of the source of all my power.

Bereave Egypt of its Homer!

He then bethought himself of alleging his distemper as an excuse; and asserted that those who are under its influence are apt to find their faculties fail them when they speak standing, a trembling and giddiness coming upon them, which bereave them of their senses.

I realized that another June 3d would bereave me of half of the youths left to me, whom I loved as my sons.

Schiaffino, a young Ligurian from Camogli, who had also served in the Cacciatori delle Alpi and in the Guides, was among the first to fall on the field, bereaving Italy of one of her bravest soldiers.

Go, nuptial night, my breast of hers bereaving!

But I am black, as if bereaved of light.

Why of your further aid bereave me?

An abundance of new comforts, novel sensations, fresh experiences, and breath-bereaving devices that will thrill or heal, will follow of course in their wake.

Such persons, knowing the benefit of a good name, being wont to possess a good repute, prizing their own credit as a considerable good, will never be prone to bereave others of the like by opprobrious speech.

All sin is foolish upon many accounts; as proceeding from ignorance, error, inconsiderateness, vanity; as implying weak judgment, and irrational choice; as thwarting the dictates of reason, and best rules of wisdom; as producing very mischievous effects to ourselves, bereaving us of the chief goods, and exposing us to the worst evils.

my dere daughter bereave.

Tancred, King of Naples and Prince of Salerne, gave his only daughter Gismund (whom he most dearly loved) in marriage to a foreign prince, after whose death she returned home to her father, who having felt great grief of her absence whilst her husband lived, immeasurably esteeming her, determined never to suffer any second marriage to bereave him of her.

Adversities bereaving man's avails, They fly like feathers dallying in the wind: They rise like bubbles in a stormy rain, Swelling in words, and flying faith and deeds.

Dread consul, the continuance of their lives Shall egg on Sylla to a greater haste; And, in bereaving of their vital breath, Your grace shall force more fury from your foe.

He drew his breath for the decisive stroke, which was to bereave the (supposedly) sleeping man of life, and when stretching his left hand under the clothes, it rested upon a dull, cold corpse, and, at the same moment, his right hand was immersed in a pool of blood.

hath he not Sought to suppresse your Poem, to bereave That honour every tongue in duty paid it.

Unkind that kind that kindnesse doth bereave: Thou saist thou lovest me?

They wisely preclude us from their world, since they know how it would bereave us of all that makes our state so full of freedom and delight, and to them so suggestive of the past.

Of this injurious John cannot bereave me; The air and earth

Matilda, my soul's food, those have bereft, And these of body's food I will bereave.

The news of their pitiful rencontre in the lounge had sped to his ears; he had wept copiously before his sympathetic staff, and declared that the bereaved widow and the so gallant captain should lack for nothing in his hotel.

A letter has been preserved in which the princess describes the death of the little Sophie to one of her friends, which it is impossible to read without being struck by the sincerity of the sympathy with which she enters into the grief of the bereaved mother.

In the first moment of his vexation he imprudently cried out, "Would ye, then, also bereave me of my place; I, who am a Spaniard?"

None thereof worthy be, but those whom shee Vouchsafeth to her presence to receave, And letteth them her lovely face to see, 255 Wherof such wondrous pleasures they conceave, And sweete contentment, that it doth bereave Their soul of sense, through infinite delight, And them transport from flesh into the spright.

Now, dear friends, if we continually bear in mind the royal law of doing to others as we would be done by, we should never think of bereaving our fellow-creatures of that valuable blessingliberty, nor endure to grow rich by their bondage.

Show us the constituency, and the now invisible channels by which the senator is made aware of their wishes; the crowd of practical and knowing men, who, by correspondence or conversation, are feeding him with evidence, anecdotes, and estimates, and it will bereave his fine attitudes and resistance of something of their impressiveness.

take from, take away from; disseize^; deduct &c 38; retrench &c (curtail) 201; dispossess, ease one of, snatch from one's grasp; tear from, tear away from, wrench from, wrest from, wring from; extort; deprive of, bereave; disinherit, cut off with a shilling.

By other testymonie then myne owne; And that hys owne denyall will bereave me Of the beleife due to it.

If I should say no, This weapon would condemne me, which I seyz'd Of purpose, Burbon, to bereave thy life.

Let them bear witness that have heard those tragical alarms, outcries, hideous noises, which are many times suddenly heard in the dead of the night by irruption of enemies and accidental fires, &c., those panic fears, which often drive men out of their wits, bereave them of sense, understanding and all, some for a time, some for their whole lives, they never recover it.

"if they be in despair of better fortunes, or tired and tortured with misery, to bereave themselves of life, and many times, to spite their enemies the more, to hang at their door."

There is no other cure but time to wear it out, Injuriarum remedium est oblivio, as if they had drunk a draught of Lethe in Trophonius' den: to conclude, age will bereave her of it, dies dolorem minuit, time and patience must end it.

The child who had ever walked in that narrow way, as if it were the only path in which the children of earth might tread, had taught her bereaved mother, that those precious words from the book of life, which she had ever recognized, but had not strength to cling thereto in the hour of trial, were truly Christ's words of tenderness; she could now smile upon the chastening rod.

Soft and faire, there is more will forbid the baines, then say amen to the marriage: though the King usurped the Kingdome during the non-age of the Prince Phylaster, hee must not thinke to bereave him of it quite; hee is now come to yeares to claime the Crowne.

Knowing that there was no hope under any circumstances of the sentence being remitted, the bereaved ones regarded the news as good, and although they broke down with grief at the shipwreck of their lives, they both realized that, to use the devout words of the victim's sister, "The Lord had delivered her from the hands of her enemies.

But unawares thrust in his harmelesse brest That life-bereaving fatall instrument: Which cruell deede I seeking to revenge, Have lost my life and paid the slave his due Rewarde for spilling blood of innocents.

Be not so cruell to bereave her life 'Twill draw upon thee a perpetuall scar, Thy fathers curse, and a continuall warre.

My gracious Lord, I hope your Excellence Will not be so forgetfull of your honour, Prove so unnaturall to your loving daughter As to bereave her of her life Because she hath wedded basely gainst your will.

Bereave you of your Crownes prerogative.

Thy Suppliant I beg, and clasp thy Knees; bereave me not (Whereon I live!)

She spurned the wild request, when there appeared Her priest, who counsel gave in words like these: "It is not meet, O royal lady, that Thou shouldst this attitude defiant assume, When Bukka in a moment may bereave Us all of our dear, noble Timmaraj, And drive thee, too, to fling thy life away;

Shades fondly loved appear, your train attending, And visions fair of many a blissful day; First-love and friendship their fond accents blending, Like to some ancient, half-expiring lay; Sorrow revives, her wail of anguish sending Back o'er life's devious labyrinthine way, And names the dear ones, they whom Fate bereaving Of life's fair hours, left me behind them grieving.

But o'er-anxious thought you'll find of no avail; For there precisely where ideas fail, A word comes opportunely into play; Most admirable weapons words are found, On words a system we securely ground, In words we can conveniently believe, Nor of a single jot can we a word bereave.

I love; My heart, my blood I'd give, my love to prove, And none would of their faith or church bereave.

This evil litany The wisest even might bereave of sense.

Who authorized the professor to bereave the word 'not' of its negative influence?

It was vain for the poor bereaved one to attempt to vindicate herself: in vain she attempted to convince them that the babe had not been alone a moment, and could not have drowned itself; and that she had not been in the house a moment, before she screamed at discovering her drowned babe.

Who authorized the professor to bereave the word "not" of its negative influence?

Who authorized the professor to bereave the word 'not' of its negative influence?

Who authorized the professor to bereave the word "not" of its negative influence?

Perhaps he needed consolation, and it was my office to sympathize with the bereaved.

For the space perhaps of half an hour the agony I felt from this termination to my tranquillity, and the expectation it excited of the enmity which would follow me through every retreat, was such as to bereave me of all consistent thinking, much more of the power of coming to any resolution.

He made over the twenty thousand dollars of insurance money to the Relief and Prevention Work; he visited the injured and the bereaved; he forgot Myra and tried to forget himself; he attended committee meetings.

By gifts such as these they sought to gain my favour, but how might lady bereave three of life, so as to cherish one.

"It is," said Monk; "and if you go outside and look half-right you'll see the bereaved Mr. O'Dwyer, all got up in sack-cloth, cinders and crรชpe rosettes, mooning over the deceased like a dingo on an ash-heap."

He cherished a remembrance of her faithful admonitions and precepts, as vivid as might have been expected from a child bereaved at the age of eight or ten.

The emperor replied, that he would presently show them how much they had been deceived in him, for that no earthly pleasure should so far bereave him of his senses, or blind his understanding, as to make him forget his duty in the high calling wherein he was placed.

A bereaved lover was seeking religious consolation inButler's Analogy, which he had purchased for that purpose.

Visiting the sick and bereaved.

Neither his father nor myself would be willing to have God now bereave us of the rich experience of seven years ago, when our noble little boy was taken away.

It seemed as if God intended to bereave us of her, for he brought her even to death's door.

Though ye take from a covetous man his treasure, he has yet one jewel left; ye cannot bereave him of his covetousness.

When death had done its work, they did not quit the mourning household as if they were needed there no longer, but kneeling down with the bereaved, they prayed to Him who alone can bind up the broken heart, and besought the Holy Spirit to comfort the stricken ones in their deep affliction.

Bereave is similar.

Bereave, bereft or bereaved, bereaving, bereft or bereaved.

Bereave, bereft or bereaved, bereaving, bereft or bereaved.

"So will I send upon you famine, and evil beasts, and they shall bereave thee.

"Make, made; have, had; pay, paid; say, said; leave, left; Dream, dreamt; mean, meant; reave and bereave have reft.

"So will I send upon you famine, and evil beasts, and they shall bereave you.

Before verbs, they sometimes arbitrarily employ or omit prefixes: as, bide, or abide; dim, or bedim; gird, or begird; lure, or allure; move, or emove; reave, or bereave; vails, or avails; vanish, or evanish; wail, or bewail; weep, or beweep; wilder, or bewilder: 1.

The regular words, beseeched, blowed, bursted, digged, freezed, bereaved, hanged, meaned, sawed, showed, stringed, weeped, I admit for good English, though we find them all condemned by some critics.

Bagwax was sitting out on the lawn at Folking and the bereaved wife, dressed in black, was near him, holding in her hand one of the photographed copies of the envelope. '

What godlike shapes have years bereaving Swept from this real work-day world!

"I don't know whether to treat Mrs. Denby as a bereaved aunt, a non-existent family skeleton, or a released menace.

The years of peace of which thou didst bereave me.

What godlike shapes have years bereaving Swept from this real work-day world!

Not content with depriving you of a father, now forsooth she must bereave you of a lover too!

But how is it possible, you ask, that a bereaved person, being a man, should not grieve?

No such things did he speak, or even think; but steadily bore all, tho bereaved of them after bestowing on them so much care.

Christ Jesus hath fought our battle; He Himself hath taken us into His care and protection; however the devil may rage by temptations, be they spiritual or corporeal, he is not able to bereave us out of the hand of the almighty Son of God.

You take away from English poetry one of its pleiades, and bereave it of a companionship more intimate than that of the nearest neighborhood of the stars above.

Thy Suppliant I beg, and clasp thy Knees; bereave me not (Whereon I live!)

And he found joy in thinking that, though his ministry to rude lumbermen and hardened convicts might be fruitless, he had at least some gifts that made him a source of strength and consolation to the weak, the remorseful, the bereaved, and the dying.

Bereaved of all, I went abroad, No less bereaved to be Upon a new peninsula, The grave preceded me, Obtained my lodgings ere myself,

Bereaved of all, I went abroad, No less bereaved to be Upon a new peninsula, The grave preceded me, Obtained my lodgings ere myself,

I care not Fortune what you me deny, You cannot bar me of free Nature's grace, You cannot shut the windows of the sky Through which Aurora shows her brightening face: You cannot bar my constant feet to trace The woods and lawns and living streams at eve: Let health my nerves and finer fibres brace, And I their toys to the great children leave: Of fancy, reason, virtue, nought can me bereave.

The thoughts of their condition never bereave them of one night's rest:

Manga Colorada, bereaved and with blackened face, lay in wait for the first step of the emigrants outside of their city of refuge.

She bowed her head, earnestly striving for submission, but it was long, long ere peace returned; soothed she was indeed by the tender kindness of her friends; but what on earth can soothe a bereaved and doting mother?

"Now, dear Friends, if we continually bear in mind the royal law of doing to others as we would be done by, we should never think of bereaving our fellow-creatures of that valuable blessingliberty, nor endure to grow rich by their bondage.

During these ceremonies, guests customarily offer money to the bereaved and burn incense at temples and other venues as hired monks chant sutras before an altar.

Ezekiel was bereaved of his beloved wife as a sign to Israel.

In the US, bereaved families have even been asked to bring their own shovels to burials, which are already scarcely attended because of statewide lockdowns.

She spent most of her working career working in Prudential Insurance in Belfast as a claims handler, helping bereaved families before going on to become a staff trainer.

The first response for Catholics is to pray for an end to the pandemic, for the relief of suffering, for healthcare professionals, for the bereaved and the dead, as well as for the discovery of an ethically sourced effective vaccine, they said.

โ€œWe aim to bridge the gap for bereaved families affected by coronavirus with compassion, dignity and respect,โ€ they add.

โ€œWhile bereaving over the death of the Chief of Staff to the President, I sincerely and most profoundly condole with the President, the immediate family of the deceased and the entire Nigerian citizens,โ€ Wamakko stated.

"Les rรชves envolรฉs" by Suzy Frรฉchette-Piperniis is a good resource for perinatally bereaved parents.

The same holds true for bereaved loved ones.