110 examples of golden days in sentences

During the golden days of Indian summer, after most of the snow has been melted, and the mountain streams have become feeble,a succession of silent pools, linked together by shallow, transparent currents and strips of silvery lacework,then the song of the Ouzel is at its lowest ebb.

These two were as mad with greed at the thought of the silver mine in the mountains as ever were forty-niners in the golden days of California, or those more recent ignoble martyrs who strewed their bones along the icy trails of the Klondike.

Then shall the golden days of the republic once more return, and the people become prosperous and happy, SAMUEL JONES TILDEN.

"When you were a boy, when the Road began to take hold on youwhen we were much together, playing cricket out there in the garden," and her voice broke upon the memory of those golden days, "when I might have been able, perhaps, to turn you to other thoughts, I never tried to, Dick?

So mused the poet Becquer in the golden days of his youth, when his veins were swelling with health, when his heart was fired with ambition, and in his ears was ringing the joyous invitation of his muse.

The fellows recently elected were men of great attainments, chosen as the most likely persons to restore, as tutors, the golden days of the college.

"Those days when I was in the dream, folded in the dream, days before any of it fell away, they were golden days, singing daysdays there are no words for.

Born in the mediaeval pontificate of Sixtus IV., brought up in the golden days of Lorenzo de' Medici, he survived the Franco-Spanish struggle for supremacy, watched the progress of the Reformation, and only died when a new Church and a new Papacy had been established by the Tridentine Council amid states sinking into the repose of decrepitude.

L.E.L. The march of mind is progressing, and the once boasted "wisdom of our ancestors" and the "golden days of good Queen Bess," are hurled with derision to the tomb of all the Capulets.

they laughed; "now the golden days of youth have come again!"

But though sweeping years have borne away the halcyon days of childhood, the golden days of youth, and the sobered and subdued period of middle life, and our sun has passed its meridian and is verging rapidly towards its setting, still this grief comes back again with all its first freshness.

"Oh golden days!

It was one more of that string of golden days, of which they had already enjoyed so many, and the splendour of that amazing landscape was complete.

And all with reverent joy beheld the Spear, And thanked the Lord that it had come again To bring the golden days of health and power.

Her beauty had the ripeness of the full-blown summer and the somnolence of golden days when the woods are very still in the shimmering heat and not a grass-blade moves except when a cricket stirs it with its chirruping.

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SEE Wilson, Ira B. Life's golden days.

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" These were his golden days.

"What were you not to me in those golden days!"

Our first visit to the Apostolic city was on the morning of one of those golden days in early autumn, any one of which might have inspired Longfellow's little poem, "A Day of Sunshine," they were so perfect.

the golden days are vanished!

Not in the full fruition of a rose-laden June or in the golden days of Indian summer or the ruddy autumn or the white holiness of Christmas-tidenot in the beauties of the whole year is there anything so exhilarating, so thrilling, so intoxicating as these first days of spring, which always come with a delicious shock of surprise, before one suspects their approach or has time to grow weary with waiting.

O, say no word against the golden days Of youth, when heads are hot, but hearts are pure!

110 examples of  golden days  in sentences