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1764 example sentences with bleeds

A fair, rich city, freed by charter long agobut now, alas, its freedom snatched away, its ancient charter gone, it bleeds 'neath a pale-cheeked tyrant's swaya pallid man who laughs soft-voiced to see men die, and smiles upon their anguish.

"Nay, lord," quoth Roger, lifting high his drooping head, "'tis but my wound that bleeds afresh.

"My lord, 'tis naught but poor Ulf, a natural, messire, very strong and faithful, that hath fought mightily and is nigh slain in our defence see how he bleeds!

this day of all dark days Knockfarrel is before me all ablaze A fearsome vision flaming to mine eyes O beating heart that bleeds!

Modern European folk-lore still provides us with a curious variety of these spirit-haunted trees, and hence when the alder is hewn, "it bleeds, weeps, and begins to speak."

The road hereabouts too, being overgrown with Dane-weed, they fancy it sprung from the blood of Danes slain in battle, and that if cut upon a certain day in the year, it bleeds."

My heart bleeds for your accumulated troubles; God send you through 'em with patience.

See Sidney bleeds amid the martial strife!

And while you follow where oppression leads, At every step, a friend, or brother, bleeds.

Approving gleam those eyes of tender brown; Sure on a brow that bleeds, The thorns should change to a more glorious crown.

They chaffer like happy imbeciles while civilization bleeds to death.

In agony he breathes, a dire Convulsion fires his blood, And struggling, ready to expire, Ejects a poison-flood! And then disgorges wain and steeds, And swords and javelins bright; Then, as the dreadful dragon bleeds, Up starts the warrior-knight,

Who can rehearse Their tyranny, wherewith my heart yet bleeds?

A bite from a ratsnake is not painful but it bleeds like a leaking tap.

He gives the following instance of the style and manner in which the Emperor bleeds the governors of provinces.

"My heart bleeds for her," he told Ajax.

His heart simply bleeds for Angela.

Now and then, in these cases, a growth sprouts up and bleeds.

Hales is of opinion, that every animal should be blooded, without having any blow given to it, because it bleeds better.' BOSWELL.

Such a wound bleeds freely because the clean-cut edges do not favor the clotting of blood.

If an artery bleeds, the blood leaps in spurts, and is of a bright scarlet color.

If a vein bleeds, the blood flows in a steady stream, and is of a dark purple color.

[Smites him; he bleeds.

Leicester, I meant it, Ely, not his man: His servant's head but bleeds, he headless shall From all the issues of his traitor-neck Pour streams of blood, till he be bloodless left.

Faith alone can interpret life, and the heart that aches and bleeds with the stigma Of pain, alone bears the likeness of Christ, and can comprehend its dark enigma.

The heart almost bleeds to think that our ancestors could ever have been so visionary and misguided; that such a gloomy view of divine forgiveness should have permeated the Middle Ages.

But here a mean Observe, nor the large hound prefer, of size Gigantic; he in the thick-woven covert Painfully tugs, or in the thorny brake Torn and embarrassed bleeds: but if too small, 260 The pigmy brood in every furrow swims;

So the struck deer in some sequestrate part Lies down to die, the arrow at his heart; There, stretch'd unseen in coverts hid from day, Bleeds drop by drop, and pants his life away.'

No; let the muse his piercing pangs disclose, Who bleeds and weeps his sum of life away!

All your sufferingsall your complaints, which, with so much right, drove your forefathers to take up arms, are but slight grievances in comparison with those immense deep wounds, out of which the heart of Hungary bleeds!

He hath seen the change of faces in that cool one, as a tempter, as a tormentor; and hath heard the noise of a conscience, and is so frightened with all these, that he can never have rest till he have run out of himself to God, in whose face at first he find rigour, but afterwards sweetness in his bosom; he bleeds first from the hand that heals him.

Take him thus and he is in the inquisition of the purse an authentic gypsy, that nips your bong with a canting ordinance; not a murdered fortune in all the country but bleeds at the touch of this malefactor.

[Footnote 15: That the murdered body bleeds at the approach of the murderer, was, in our author's time, a commonly received opinion.

My heart bleeds that they don't respect you, that they don't respect you even in your own house!

My heart bleeds about poor Hone, that such an agreeable book, and a Book there seem'd no reason should not go on for ever, should be given up, and a thing substituted which in its Nature cannot last.

Lo, the struck deer, in some sequester'd part, Lies down to die, (the arrow in his heart;) There, hid in shades, and wasting day by day, Inly he bleeds, and pants his soul away.

"The very apprehension of a wound," said Seneca, "startles a man when he first bears arms; but an old soldier bleeds boldly, for he knows that a man may lose blood and yet win the day."

One's heart bleeds for this child-bride of seven months introduced unguarded to the gayest, maddest, and most corrupt Court in Italy.

The poor beggar goes at such a dreadful speed that he bleeds beneath the eyes, and his feet burn."

'My dearest Di, 'My heart positively bleeds for you.

Every wound bleeds some, but, unless a large artery or a large vein is cut, the bleeding will stop after a short while if the patient is kept quiet and the first-aid dressing is bound over the wound so as to make pressure on it.

Ever yours most truly, A.P. STANLEY Queen Victoria to Lady Russell OSBORNE, January 11, 1876 DEAR LADY RUSSELL,My heart bleeds for you.

Yes, I say I shall take them under my protection because my heart bleeds to think that they, too, have left behind those dear to theman aged father, an old mother, a wife, children, sisters, or sweethearts whom separation has plunged into deepest anguish.

The most ordinary Plebeian or Mechanick in Love, bleeds and pines away with a certain Elegance and Tenderness of Sentiments which this Passion naturally inspires.

There is the same kind of Mortality in our Modern Tragedies, where every one gasps, faints, bleeds and dies.

There is one peculiarity, however, which he has in conversation, that of using the verb in the third person singular with the pronoun in the first person singular and plural, as instead of 'I show' or 'we show,' he says 'I shows,' 'we shows,' etc., upon which peculiarity the famous Mr. Sheridan made the following lines in ridicule of him: "If patients call, both one and all I bleeds 'em and I sweats 'em,

That wound bleeds afresh daily, as if it were inflicted but yesterday.

"In vain fraternal fondness pleads "For cold is now his livid cheek, "And cold his last, expiring breath: "And now with aspect meek, "The infant lifts his mournful eye, "And asks with trembling voice, to die, "If death will cure his heaving heart of pain "His heaving heart now bleeds "Foul tyrant!

180 She ceas'dher spirit fled to purer spheres Las Casas bathes the pallid corse with tears Fly, minister of good! nor ling'ring shed Those fruitless sorrows o'er the unconscious dead; Ah fly'tis innocence, 'tis virtue bleeds, 185 And heav'n will listen, when an angel pleads; I view the sanguine flood, the wasting flame, I hear a suff'ring world Las Casas claim!

His death devoted trainthe battle bleeds.

Now rude tumultuous sounds assail her ear, And soon Alphonso's victor train appear: Then, as with ling'ring step he mov'd along, 95 She saw her father mid' the captive throng; She saw with dire dismay, she wildly flew, Her snowy arms around his form she threw: "He bleeds (she cries)

where bursting desolation's night, A sudden ray of glory cheers my sight; 320 From my fond eye the tear of rapture flows, My heart with pure delight exulting glows: A blooming chief of India's royal race, Whose soaring soul, its high descent can trace, The flag of freedom rears on Chili's[D] plain, 325 And leads to glorious strife his gen'rous train: And see Iberia bleeds!

How the boy bleeds!"

The garlands wither on your brow, Then boast no more your mighty deeds; Upon death's purple altar now See, where the victor-victim bleeds; All heads must come To the cold tomb, Only the actions of the just Smell sweet, and blossom in their dust.

Indeed, truth and justice demand from me the confession, that the Christian slaves among the barbarians of Africa are treated with more humanity than the African slaves among professing Christians of civilized America; and yet here [in Tunis] sensibility bleeds at every pore for the wretches whom fate has doomed to slavery."

A writer in the Church Advocate, published in Lexington, Ky., says, "The poor negroes are left in the ways of spiritual darkness, no efforts are being made for their enlightenment, no seed is being sown, nothing but a moral wilderness is seen, over which the soul sickensthe heart of Christian sympathy bleeds.

Indeed, truth and justice demand from me the confession, that the Christian slaves among the barbarians of Africa are treated with more humanity than the African slaves among professing Christians of civilized America; and yet here [in Tunis] sensibility bleeds at every pore for the wretches whom fate has doomed to slavery."

My heart bleeds at the recollection of his misfortunes, as if they were my own.

'Tis at that my heart bleeds!

As you may, or may not, know, our linelike every other western railroad with no competitionhas for its motto, 'All the tariff the traffic will stand,' and it bleeds the country accordingly.

On receiving the news of his sister's death, her brother Seargent, writing to his mother, thus depicted her character: My heart bleeds to the core, as I sit down to mingle my tears with yours, my dear, beloved mother.

The Press Bureau withholds records of shining courage at the front lest they should enlighten the enemy, but gives full publicity to those Who give us words in lieu of deeds, Content to blather while their country bleeds.

"Well, my heart bleeds for her," said Deppingham.

Lean not on earth, 'twill pierce the heart, At best a broken reed, And oft a spear where hope expires, And peace as often bleeds.

"Our country sinks beneath the yoke; It weeps, it bleeds, and each new day a gash Is added to her wounds.

"Our country sinks beneath the yoke: She weeps, she bleeds, and each new day a gash Is added to her wounds.

Now falls the apple, bleeds the vine, And, moved by some autumnal sign, I who in spring was glad repine And ache without my anodyne; Oh!

At that moment his squadron came hurrying up, and a confused cry of "The king bleeds!

XII MANDEVILLE BLEEDS Two overflowing brigades!

'When a butcher tells you that his heart bleeds for his country he has in fact no uneasy feeling,' i. 394.

All this I never say; in my eyes no tear is seen when I sign a sentence of death: but my heart bleeds."

you and my mother parted at the Cuttle Well, and my heart bleeds to think of it.

My heart but bleeds to hear thy musings wild.

The most ordinary Plebeian or Mechanick in Love, bleeds and pines away with a certain Elegance and Tenderness of Sentiments which this Passion naturally inspires.

There is the same kind of Mortality in our Modern Tragedies, where every one gasps, faints, bleeds and dies.

Even the young polypus, when it is torn from the old one, bleeds a drop or two, they say.

He bleeds, but yet may live.

You all know the Bower Where the chast Clorin lives, by whose great power Sick men and Cattel have been often cur'd, There lovely Amoret that was assur'd To lusty Perigot, bleeds out her life, Forc'd by some Iron hand and fatal knife; And by her young Alexis.

Similarly Indian women of the Thompson tribe abstained from venison and the flesh of other large game during menstruation, lest the animals should be displeased and the menstrual flow increased.[240] For a similar reason, probably, Shuswap girls during their seclusion at puberty are forbidden to eat anything that bleeds.

Behind trooped a rabble of loafers and small boys, who shouted, "Who bleeds bran?"

Of all the evils in life, domestic discord is one of the greatest, one under which the heart bleeds the most; want of sympathy always prevents or banishes affection.

Tell us about this gentleman beggar that bleeds you of half-crownsthat melts the heart even of a pawnbroker!"

Not coldness, but coolness, sound policy pleads for, But, subject to that, human sympathies yearn To aid the child-victim the woman's heart bleeds for, For whom a man's breast with compassion must burn.

No; let the muse his piercing pangs disclose, Who bleeds and weeps his sum of life away!

These medicines can also cause breakthrough bleeding (where a woman bleeds between her periods).

Warts contain tissue that bleeds easily.

Every day, the same routine, and so every day bleeds into one.

He bleeds black and gold.

Also, I grew up in the bottom half of Illinois and Chicago is a gross tax suck that bleeds the rest of the state of dry.

I believe the inspiration from both sides of myself bleeds through my art, he said.

It's hard to understand why he wouldn't want to destroy the diamond rock above the spring, though, that bleeds black into it.

Lacy’s search for justice and reconciliation begins while the trauma of more than a century of lynching African Americans bleeds into the present.

Local doctors say these bullets caused serious injuries, including brain bleeds, and one patient remained in the hospital for 23 days before being discharged to a rehab center.

Speaking at the launch, City Mayor Pandit Ubraj Narine said It bleeds my heart when I see that one of our historic buildings is falling apart, and I believe that we all as Guyanese must work to build City Hall.

A growth of either a pimple or a sore that bleeds, crusts over and reappears or does not heal within four weeks.

Even when treated, people may suffer from chronic pain and limited mobility mainly due to bleeds in the joints, and if undertreated or not treated at all, risk dying at a young age.

Fleeing the residential school, barefoot and clad only in his pyjamas, Thomas trips on a rock, strikes his head, and bleeds to death.

It competes with cottage season and watching the Blue Jays from the nose-bleeds, while also day drinking.

See where the victor-victim bleeds.

You only need to stare at a piece of blank paper until your forehead bleeds