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338 examples of  ci  in sentences

338 examples of ci in sentences

i bachi per fuora, e cercando l' alimento, col rodere ci aprono la strada, ed arrivano alla più interna midolla de' frutti e de' legni.

"Le ragazze di Trieste Cantan tutte con ardore, 'O Italia, O Italia del mio core, Tu ci vieni a liberar!'

To Procter C. To Bernard Barton CI.

Mrs. Abbott, for so was this demi-relict called, was just on the verge of what is termed the "good society" of the village, the most uneasy of all positions for an ambitious and ci-devant pretty woman to be placed in.

"Qui ci pa?" called Madame Delphine, in a frightened voice, as the two stood up, holding to each other.

There was an agony of hostile dismay in the look, and the trembling and appealing tone with which, taking the frightened mother's cheeks between her palms, she said: "Ah! ma mère, qui vini 'ci ce soir?"Who is coming here this evening?

" "Qui ci ca?

CI Angels I saw at night knock at the wine-house gate: They shaped the clay of Adam, flung into moulds its weight.

I sent for Dervish, but for some time he was not to be found; at last he entered just as Signor Logotheti, father to the ci-devant Anglo-consul of Athens, and some other of my Greek acquaintances, paid me a visit.

The instant the outbreak occurred, all the ci-devant dependants of captain Willoughby, who had deserted, abandoned their various occupations in the woods and fields, collecting in and around the cabins, in the midst of their wives and children.

"Ci-git Margot la genre demoiselle, Qui eut deux maris, et si mourut pucelle.

451, and "Elizabeth and Mary Stuart," x. 190; Blackwood's Magazine, ci.

Ma poi che 'l sol avea passato il monte E cominciossi a far il ciel stellato, Prima verso del Re parlava it Conte; Che farem, disse, the 'l giorno n'è andato? Disse Agricane, con parole pronte: Ambi ci poseremo in questo prato, E domattina, come il giorno appare, Ritorneremo insieme a battagliare.

tornano i medesimi casi, non passarebbono mai cento anni che noi non ci trovassimo un altra volta insieme, a fare le medesime cose che hora.

The direct road from Lublin to Kiow, passes through the palatinates of Russia, Wolhynia, and Kiow, provinces of ci-devant Poland, now annexed to the Russian empire.

l'Allemagne et que celle-ci se trouve par conséquent en état de guerre avec ladite Puissance, l'Autriche-Hongrie se considère également en état de guerre avec la Russie à partir du présent moment.

A perfectly natural reaction appeared to urge the ci-devant mourners to robe themselves in lively checks and tartans.

BE, G and H] 2 Ci.

F] 2 Cit. l. n. BE, G and H] 2 Ci.

The Expiring DemonsThe HostagesReprisalsCemeteries C. Sewers and Catacombs CI.

[Footnote 14: "Per più fiate gli occhi ci sospinse Quella lettura.

The Lady's Library ("Spectator" No. 37) containing beside numerous romances "A Book of Novels" and "The New Atalantis, with a Key to it," which last Lady Mary Montagu also enjoyed, and the dissolute country-gentleman's daughters ("Spectator" No. 128) who "read Volumes of Love-Letters and Romances to their Mother," a ci-devant coquette, give us perhaps a more accurate idea of the woman novelist's public.

It seems to be thought, that a certain ci-devant leader of fashion has chosen Calais as his place of voluntary exile, out of a spirit of contradiction.

I recollected my old acquaintance "La ci darem la mano," which I had often heard in England.

M. Bordas is a very cheerful, lively, companionable man and tho' seventy years of age, he has an uncommon share of vivacity, with something of the ci-devant jeune homme about him, and He is pleased to be considered still as a man à bonnes fortunes.

He proceeded to demand that the ci-devant metropolitan church should henceforth be the temple of Reason and Liberty; which proposition was immediately adopted.

That it is merely an application of a principle comprised in the preceding articles is declared by the express words of the article, to wit: "Dans l'exemption ci-dessus est nommément compris," etc., "in the above exemption is particularly comprised, the imposition of 100 sols per ton established in France on foreign vessels."

" FOOTNOTES: [Footnote CI: The Marquis de Jouffroy is said to have worked a boat by steam on the Seine in 1781; but the Revolution breaking out, he appears to have been unable to complete his invention.]

The old grandmothershe it was who had done everything for her (a ci-devant rag-picker, they say); she it was who was nothing to her.

On a scroll above these wretches is written this legend: Dacchè prosperitade ci ha lasciati, O morte, medicina d'ogni pena, Deh vieni a darne omai l'ultima cena.

Honors had rained on the ci-devant impetuous horseman, whose shout had once so frequently been the prelude to slaughter and devastation.

For one may do this, and even be a great reader, without ever being able to name the letters properly, or to pronounce such syllables as ca, ce, ci, co, cu, cy, without getting half of them wrong.

Q has always the power of k. C is hard, like k, before a, o, and u; and soft, like s, before e, i, and y: thus the syllables, ca, ce, ci, co, cu, cy, are pronounced, ka, se, si, ko, ku, sy.

Ce and ci have sometimes the sound of sh; as in ocean, social.

2. Correction of Webster, by Rule 2d: o-yer, fo-li-o, ge-ni-al, ge-ni-us, ju-ni-or, sa-ti-ate, vi-ti-ate;am-bro-si-a, cha-me-le-on, par-he-li-on, con-ve-ni-ent, in-ge-ni-ous, om-nis-ci-ence, pe-cu-li-ar, so-ci-a-ble, par-ti-al-i-ty, pe-cu-ni-a-ry;an-nun-ci-ate, e-nun-ci-ate, ap-pre-ci-ate, as-so-ci-ate, ex-pa-ti-ate, in-gra-ti-ate, in-i-ti-ate, li-cen-ti-ate, ne-go-ti-ate, no-vi-ti-ate, of-fi-ci-ate, pro-pi-ti-ate, sub-stan-ti-ate.

2. Correction of Webster, by Rule 2d: o-yer, fo-li-o, ge-ni-al, ge-ni-us, ju-ni-or, sa-ti-ate, vi-ti-ate;am-bro-si-a, cha-me-le-on, par-he-li-on, con-ve-ni-ent, in-ge-ni-ous, om-nis-ci-ence, pe-cu-li-ar, so-ci-a-ble, par-ti-al-i-ty, pe-cu-ni-a-ry;an-nun-ci-ate, e-nun-ci-ate, ap-pre-ci-ate, as-so-ci-ate, ex-pa-ti-ate, in-gra-ti-ate, in-i-ti-ate, li-cen-ti-ate, ne-go-ti-ate, no-vi-ti-ate, of-fi-ci-ate, pro-pi-ti-ate, sub-stan-ti-ate.

2. Correction of Webster, by Rule 2d: o-yer, fo-li-o, ge-ni-al, ge-ni-us, ju-ni-or, sa-ti-ate, vi-ti-ate;am-bro-si-a, cha-me-le-on, par-he-li-on, con-ve-ni-ent, in-ge-ni-ous, om-nis-ci-ence, pe-cu-li-ar, so-ci-a-ble, par-ti-al-i-ty, pe-cu-ni-a-ry;an-nun-ci-ate, e-nun-ci-ate, ap-pre-ci-ate, as-so-ci-ate, ex-pa-ti-ate, in-gra-ti-ate, in-i-ti-ate, li-cen-ti-ate, ne-go-ti-ate, no-vi-ti-ate, of-fi-ci-ate, pro-pi-ti-ate, sub-stan-ti-ate.

2. Correction of Webster, by Rule 2d: o-yer, fo-li-o, ge-ni-al, ge-ni-us, ju-ni-or, sa-ti-ate, vi-ti-ate;am-bro-si-a, cha-me-le-on, par-he-li-on, con-ve-ni-ent, in-ge-ni-ous, om-nis-ci-ence, pe-cu-li-ar, so-ci-a-ble, par-ti-al-i-ty, pe-cu-ni-a-ry;an-nun-ci-ate, e-nun-ci-ate, ap-pre-ci-ate, as-so-ci-ate, ex-pa-ti-ate, in-gra-ti-ate, in-i-ti-ate, li-cen-ti-ate, ne-go-ti-ate, no-vi-ti-ate, of-fi-ci-ate, pro-pi-ti-ate, sub-stan-ti-ate.

2. Correction of Webster, by Rule 2d: o-yer, fo-li-o, ge-ni-al, ge-ni-us, ju-ni-or, sa-ti-ate, vi-ti-ate;am-bro-si-a, cha-me-le-on, par-he-li-on, con-ve-ni-ent, in-ge-ni-ous, om-nis-ci-ence, pe-cu-li-ar, so-ci-a-ble, par-ti-al-i-ty, pe-cu-ni-a-ry;an-nun-ci-ate, e-nun-ci-ate, ap-pre-ci-ate, as-so-ci-ate, ex-pa-ti-ate, in-gra-ti-ate, in-i-ti-ate, li-cen-ti-ate, ne-go-ti-ate, no-vi-ti-ate, of-fi-ci-ate, pro-pi-ti-ate, sub-stan-ti-ate.

2. Correction of Webster, by Rule 2d: o-yer, fo-li-o, ge-ni-al, ge-ni-us, ju-ni-or, sa-ti-ate, vi-ti-ate;am-bro-si-a, cha-me-le-on, par-he-li-on, con-ve-ni-ent, in-ge-ni-ous, om-nis-ci-ence, pe-cu-li-ar, so-ci-a-ble, par-ti-al-i-ty, pe-cu-ni-a-ry;an-nun-ci-ate, e-nun-ci-ate, ap-pre-ci-ate, as-so-ci-ate, ex-pa-ti-ate, in-gra-ti-ate, in-i-ti-ate, li-cen-ti-ate, ne-go-ti-ate, no-vi-ti-ate, of-fi-ci-ate, pro-pi-ti-ate, sub-stan-ti-ate.

2. Correction of Webster, by Rule 2d: o-yer, fo-li-o, ge-ni-al, ge-ni-us, ju-ni-or, sa-ti-ate, vi-ti-ate;am-bro-si-a, cha-me-le-on, par-he-li-on, con-ve-ni-ent, in-ge-ni-ous, om-nis-ci-ence, pe-cu-li-ar, so-ci-a-ble, par-ti-al-i-ty, pe-cu-ni-a-ry;an-nun-ci-ate, e-nun-ci-ate, ap-pre-ci-ate, as-so-ci-ate, ex-pa-ti-ate, in-gra-ti-ate, in-i-ti-ate, li-cen-ti-ate, ne-go-ti-ate, no-vi-ti-ate, of-fi-ci-ate, pro-pi-ti-ate, sub-stan-ti-ate.

Se méfiant toutefois du prince, qu'il connaissait sans doute de réputation, il dit qu'il espère bien que celui-ci ne lui jouera pas le tour de le jeter à l'eau.

Celles-ci se firent avec le concours de ses compagnons, et il dut reconnaître que les dés étaient fort orthodoxes.

n'y a point de honte à être réduit par des adversaires, quand ceux-ci l'emportent par le nombre, mais que, pour lui, il ne se rendrait jamais à un voleur de grand chemin qui l'attaquerait seul.

à la portière, lui dit: "N'êtes-vous pas Lord Berkeley?" "Certainement," répliqua celui-ci.

Celui-ci l'avait pris par l'oreille, et lui avait demandé ce qu'en Angleterre on pensait des chances qu'il pouvait avoir de remonter sur le trône de France.

Celle-ci voulait aller au palais de Saint-James, n'ayant dans son carrosse que la duchesse de Kent et une dame d'honneur; mais Lord Albemarle, master of the Horse, exposa qu'il avait le droit de faire le trajet avec la reine, dans la même voiture, comme il l'avait fait avec Guillaume IV.

Celui-ci répliqua aussitôt: 'Envoyez Lord Combermere.'

Celui-ci commença par éviter la discussion, mais comme Sa Majesté insistait pour obtenir un avis catégorique: "Pour l'amour de Dieu, Madame, ne parlons plus de ceci.

Manning fut interrogé à ce propos; il déclara qu'il plaignait l'auteur de l'avoir écrit, que celui-ci devait avoir un fort mauvais esprit, etc., mais, ajouta-t-il: "Si vous demandez si c'est bien Newman, je suis bien obligé de vous le dire; c'est une vraie photographie.

We leave it to every reader, whether there would not be more historic unity and poetic completeness in the tableau, were we to read that these good creatures dined upon the ci-devant, after the execution.

Maure ne fasse pour de l'argent, je donnai à celui-ci un ducat, et, pour l'amour du ducat, il m'apprit tout ce qu'il savoit, et me donna même des moules en bois et autres ingrédiens que j'ai apportés en France.

Au lever du soleil ceux-ci présentent un aspect singulier.

Celui-ci est près d'une petite rivière formée par des sources; et en général plus on approche de la ville et plus le pays est beau.

Celui-ci étoit porteur d'un ordre du soudan.

Ceux ci, quand ils surent que j'étois logé chez un Franc, vinrent me trouver pour me demander de leur procurer du vin.

Celui-ci en fit de même pour son suivant, et ainsi des autres.

Celui-ci s'offrit à prendre ma place, et à boire pour moi quand ce seroit mon tour.

Toutes les fois que par son pays passoit un des sujets de celui-ci, il en exigeoit des péages.

qu'ils passent sur ceux de son ennemi, ils serviront celui-ci à son tour contre l'autre, et on ne leur en sait pas mauvais gré, parce que telle est leur coutume et qu'ils sont errans.

Sur l'une de celles-ci est une gorge avec un château nommé Lève, l'on paie au karman un droit de passage.

Cette ville-ci, quoique non close, est grande, marchande et bien située.

Celui-ci, nommé Perrin Passerot, et marchand, demeuroit depuis quelque temps dans le pays.

Alors celui-ci demanda comment se portoit son frère le roi de Cypre, et il lui fut répondu qu'il avoit perdu son père, qu'il envoyoit renouveler l'alliance qui du vivant du mort, avoit subsisté entré les deux pays, et que pour lui il la desiroit fort.

Celui-ci demanda encore à l'ambassadeur quand étoit mort le défunt, quel

Quoiqu'il soit allié au grand-Turc, puisqu'il a épousé sa soeur, il le hait fort, parce que celui-ci lui a pris une partie du Karman.

Celle-ci confine, d'une part au Karman, et de l'autre à la Turcomanie, par les hautes montagnes qui sont vers Tharse et

Ceux-ci se proposoient d'aller au secours du roi de Pologne contre les seigneurs de Prusse, et ils lui faisoient de grandes offres, m'a-t-on dit, s'il vouloit les seconder; mais il répondit, m'a-t-on encore ajouté, que s'ils ne se soumettoient à la loi de Jésus-Christ, jamais, tant qu'il seroit en vie, il ne feroit avec eux ni paix ni trêve.

L'une eut lieu à la cour, et les deux autres dans les rues; mais à celles-ci, plusieurs de ceux qui furent renversés tombèrent si lourdement

Ledit seigneur courut donc au devant du gentilhomme; il lui fit un signe, et celui-ci se retira.

The agents and retainers of government are the general monopolizers of the markets, and these men, who are enriched by peculation, and are on all occasions retailing the cant phrases of the Convention, on the purete des moeurs republicains, et la luxe de la ci-devant Noblesse,

[The purity of republican manners, and the luxury of the ci-devant Noblesse.] exhibit scandalous exceptions to the national habits of oeconomy, at a time too when others more deserving are often compelled to sacrifice even their essential accommodations to a more rigid compliance with them.

de Boufflers as giving them the same character, saying, "Dans ce pays-ci c'est un effort perpetuel pour sedivertir."

'This business looks de-ci-ded-ly prob-le-mat-i-cal.

Ve-ni, Vi-di, Vi-ci.

Tansillo was likewise the author, both of a poem called Il Vendemmiatore, one of those obscene debauches of fancy which throw a lurid light on the luxurious imagination of the age, and of a didactic work, Il Podere, in which, as his editor somewhat naïvely remarks, 'ci rende amabile la campagna e l'agricoltura.'

Vegnam dall' alpe, presso ad un boschetto; Picciola capannella è il nostro sito; Col padre e colla madre in picciol tetto, Dove natura ci ha sempre nutrito, Torniam la sera dal prato fiorito Ch' abbiam pasciute nostre pecorelle.

Oimè che 'I troppo amore Ci ha disfatti ambe dua.

Bras-Coupé lifted his great black palm and commenced: "Mo voudrai que la maison ci , et tout ça qui pas femme' ici, s'raient encore maudits!

"Come goor, rather,vini 'ci courri dans boutique de l'apothecaire.

" "Qui ci ça, Miché?" Frowenfeld was loth to repeat.

Ah! mon Dieu!an' de Lawd'll reward you'deed 'E will, Miché!" "Qui ci ça?" asked the Capitain, sternly, stooping and grasping her burden, which she had been trying to conceal under herself.

The cooking world was large enough to hold Kitchener and the ci-devant chef to the most Christian King Louis XVI.

Bidden to obtain a servant for his personal needs, he selected the only man in the Battalion whose name he knewPrivate Bogle, the ci-devant painter of houses.

"Tae g-o-cI dinna ken what that meansr-e-d, reida-r-m-y, airmyh-a-z" "All richt; that'll be Haslemere," says Private M'Micking, scribbling down the word.

Will you have a cocoanut or a ci THE JOVIAL VOICE.

[Footnote 38: Psal. ci 2.

" Another says, "This is simple: "Ci gît, P.B." Yes, very simple, but not good enough.

Which nobody can deny! "Then think of the saving in potions and pills, And the fall in that very bad stockDoctor's Bills When your Dividends no longer spoil girls and boys With per-ni-ci-ous sweets, and with re-dun-dant toys, Which nobody can deny!

A noi é, pero, men discaro che non sia ai forestieri, in quanta che noi troviamo dentro il movimento, il frassegiare proprio della nostra lingua, e sotto la frase incolta latina, indoviniamo il pensiero nato in italiano che, spogliato da noi della veste imbarazzanta ci ritorna ignudo

"Gin-gulp! appropriate certainly, but de-ci-ded-lylow."

Celles-ci pour le frère de madame la comtesse ... et pour monsieur Gustave de Grignon ... ce jeune maître des requêtes ...

J'ai été à l'extrémité; je n'attends que ma convalescence pour abandonner à jamais ce pays-ci.

That he was not an unbiased critic, this unwarranted praise of his friend La Motte is enough to prove: "Je sortais, il y a quelques jours, de la comédie, ou j'étais allé voir Romulus, qui m'avait charmé, et je disais en moi-même: on dit communément l'élégant Racine, et le sublime Corneille; quelle épithète donnera-t-on à cet homme-ci, je n'en sais rien; mais il est beau de les avoir méritées toutes les deux."

"J'ai eu tort de donner cette comédie-ci au théâtre," he says in the preface to his Ile de la Raison: "Elle n'était pas bonne à être représentée, et le public lui a fait justice en la condamnant.

C'est que j'ai cru que, dans cette occasion-ci, vos sentiments ressembleroient à ceux de tout le monde.

Ton prétendu arrive aujourd'hui; son père me l'apprend par cette lettre-ci.

Vous savez qui je suis; essayez de m'en conter, et manquez de respect, si vous l'osez, à cette contenance-ci.

Ce garçon-ci n'est pas sot, et je ne plains pas la soubrette qui l'aura.

Cette fille-ci m'étonne!