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639 example sentences with  hallow

639 example sentences with hallow

<Hale, heal, hol, whole> (sound): (1) hale, hallow, Hallowe'en, heal, health, unhealthy, healthful, holy, holiday, hollyhock, whole, wholesome; (2) halibut, halidom.

The root of all superstitions, fanaticisms, and false religions is this that they do not hallow the name of Father.

To hallow the Father's name would abolish all the superstition of the world.

They will find it full of comfort, of strength, and hope, if they will but hallow their Father's name, and remember the fact of all factsthat they have a Father in heaven.

To such we may answer, hallow your Father's name, and be of good cheer.

Let us pray that we may hallow the name of God, our Father.

" And again, "Apples, pears, hawthorn-quick, oak; set them at All-hallow-tide and command them to prosper; set them at Candlemas and entreat them to grow."

The beginning of it was a sermon preached one Sunday morning at Hallow Church by Mr. (now Archdeacon) Phillpots.

" "Father, that in the olive shade, When the dark hour came on, Didst, with a breath of heavenly aid, Strengthen Thy Son; Oh, by the anguish of that night, Send us down blest relief; Or to the chastened, let Thy might Hallow this grief!"

To "hallow his name," is to think with devotion Of it, and with reverence mention the same; Though you are so young, you should strive for some notion Of the awe we should feel at the Holy One's name.

In youth by science nursed, And led by nature into a wild scene Of lofty hopes, he to the world went forth 15 A favoured Being, knowing no desire Which genius did not hallow; 'gainst the taint Of dissolute tongues, and jealousy, and hate, And scorn,against all enemies prepared, All but neglect.

I knew all about the bandit of Red Hallow.

And the sixth day gather ye double so much, that is two measures of gomor, and keep that one measure for the Sabbath, which God hath sanctified and commanded you to hallow it.

The third commandment is that thou have mind and remember that thou hallow and keep holy thy Sabbath day or Sunday.

And others say that Silvester the pope would hallow the churches and took all the bones together, and departed them by weight, great and small, and put that one-half in one church, and that other half in that other.

"It was never after dark she came, but daylight always, as far as I mind, but wanst, and that was on a Hallow Eve night.

In slips the Wee Woman, 'I'm come to pass my Hallow Eve with you,' says she.

What is Christmas without the sentiments which hallow the evergreen, the anthem, the mistletoe, the family reunion?

V. celebrate keep, signalize, do honor to, commemorate, solemnize, hallow, mark with a red letter.

Throughout this narrative, Else sooner ended, I have borne in mind 260 For whom it registers the birth, and marks the growth, Of gentleness, simplicity, and truth, And joyous loves, that hallow innocent days Of peace and self-command.

Shame and dishonor sit By his grave ever; Blessing shall hallow it Never, O never!"

And here this nobleman not only dwelt in all state himself, but let, or lent his house to persons whose memory seems to hallow even Leicester Fields.

And scared me back again, Thy quick soft breath was near to soothe And hallow every pain.

"'Mid pleasures and palaces, where'er we may roam, Be it ever so humble, there's no place like home; A charm from the skies seems to hallow us there Which, seek through the world, is ne'er met with elsewhere.

Then, mother, I heard all around me a whisp'ring, And soon I found out what it meant; When to hallow our Pic-nic, the sweet rite of christ'ning Its soft, holy influence lent.

Sure, angels hallow scenes like this below, And holy spirits at that altar bow, Like winged messengers from Heaven, to bear These offerings, and ever guard them there, That every bud of promise reared below, May bloom in Heaven, and to perfection grow.

Back on the ship again, sitting on deck in the soft darkness, watching the lights of the town and hearing a faint echo of the life there, I realized with something of a shock that it was Hallow-e'en.

Visions of more than one beautiful past which those spots have known and which never can return, were there too; but the Eternal Love was around to hallow them....

He had assured her that the memory of her words would thereafter hallow his life; and as he hinted that it had been stained by the darkest errors she was moved at the thought of the purifying influence she exerted.

And the night will hallow the day; Till the heart which at even was weary and old Can rise in the morning gay, Sweet wife; To its work in the morning gay.

to the strand, Fisher-boats, floating like sea-gulls at rest, Glow in the lingering light of the west, Far-away vesper-bells hallow the air, Ave Maria!

But in a larger sense we cannot dedicate, we cannot consecrate, we cannot hallow this ground.

Hallow every pleasure, Every gift and pain; Be Thyself my Treasure.

while she is with me, some means may be found To temper the air and to hallow the ground To make those entangling bind-weeds decay, Drive Suspicion, who rear'd them, for ever away, And leave all around, kind, and healthful, and gay!

A charm from the skies seems to hallow us there, Which, seek thro' the world, is ne'er met with elsewhere.

Although we both clung to the same top-sail-sheet, we were obliged to hallow to make ourselves heard, the howling of the wind through the rigging converting the hamper into a sort of tremendous Eolian Harp, while the roar of the water kept up a species of bass accompaniment to this music of the ocean.

Nor did Heaven withhold its blessing from a cause thus hallowed by filial devotion; the operation, which quickly followed his arrival at the farm, was attended with perfect success.

Her countenance benign, Where Love and Pity's chastened graces shine, Reflects the hallowed light of other spheres.

After inspecting this interesting edifice, we left its hallowed precincts, and took the hilly path leading to a beautiful terrace, which overlooks the vale; each end of which is decorated with two modern temples, one in the Grecian and the other in the Roman style of architecture.

"And ye shall hallow the fiftieth year, and proclaim Liberty throughout all the land, unto all the inhabitants thereof: it shall be a jubilee unto you."

"And ye shall hallow the fiftieth year, and proclaim Liberty throughout all the land, unto all the inhabitants thereof; it shall be a jubilee unto you."

"And ye shall hallow the fiftieth year, and proclaim liberty throughout all the land unto ALL the inhabitants thereof.

"And ye shall hallow the fiftieth year, and proclaim Liberty throughout all the land, unto all the inhabitants thereof: it shall be a jubilee unto you."

"And ye shall hallow the fiftieth year, and proclaim Liberty throughout all the land, unto all the inhabitants thereof; it shall be a jubilee unto you."

"And ye shall hallow the fiftieth year, and proclaim liberty throughout all the land unto ALL the inhabitants thereof.

We thought, as we hallowed his narrow bed, And smoothed down his lonely pillow, That the foe and the stranger would tread o'er his head, And we far away on the billow!

"For thee the lowly lotus-bed We'll spoil, and plait a crown To hang upon the shadowy plane; For thee will we drop down ('Neath that same shadowy platan) Oil from our silver urn; And carven on the bark shall be This sentence, 'HALLOW HELEN'S TREE'; In Dorian letters, legibly For all men to discern.

At one season he wafts us to the balmy climes of Indianext he astounds us with the icy sublimities of the Pole (a fine summer panorama, by the way)then to the glittering spires, minarets, and mosques of Constantinoplethen to the infant world of New Hollandand back to the Old World, to enjoy scenes and sites which are hallowed in memory's fond shrine, by their association with the most glorious names and events in our history.

If the power that raised thee here Hallow so thy watery bier.

But the ground was hallowed on which they trod, and forbidden to him; and though there was probably not a girl or a dancing married woman there who would not have been proud to stand up with Mr. Caldigate of Folking, there was not one who would have dared to take the hand of a second-class passenger.

And to those who loved him it is a great happiness to know that he was able to crown this ecstasy of living with that victory of expression for which his soul had so long travailed, and to leave behind him not only a lovely monument of star-lit words, but a spiritual legacy of perennial refreshment, a fragrant treasure-house of recaptured dreams, and hallowed secrets of the winds of time: for such are The Writings of "Fiona Macleod".

Unlighted as yet, unpeopled, but gorgeous, multiform, sentinelled, and ready, it needed but the touch of the taper to set forth all the glories of art and wealth tenfolded by self-sacrifice for a hallowed cause.

But in a larger sense, we cannot dedicate, we cannot consecrate, we cannot hallow this ground.

It stands in the north aisle of the church of St. Mary Ovrie, or St. Saviour, Southwark; and is one of the richest monuments within those hallowed walls.

Games for Hallow-e'en, by Mary E. Blain, pseud.

All Hallow's Eve.

All Hallow's Eve.

Games for Hallow-e'en, by Mary E. Blain, pseud.

All Hallow's Eve.

All Hallow's Eve.

There is not perhaps in all the Italian region, fertile as it is in interesting associations and picturesque beauty, a spot that tradition and nature have so completely combined to hallow, as the last residence of Petrarch.

"Great men," wrote Sydney Smith, sixty years ago in an article in The Edinburgh Review, "hallow a whole people, and lift up all who live in their time.

When they be dancing and playing they will cry and hallow very loud; and in this sort they say they driue him away.

I have written of the night, for the night hallows the day, and the day does not hallow the night except for those who toil.

Long nights, long nights and the whisperings of new ones, Flame the line of the pathway down to the sea With the halo of new dreams and the hallow of old ones, And they bring magic light to my love reverie And a lover's regret.

"'E says if you will hallow 'm to step into the dining-room 'e won't take a minute." "Perhaps we'd better let him come in," mildly suggested Pierpont.

The pretended revolution of the thirty-first of May, 1792, which has occasioned so much bloodshed, and which I remember it dangerous not to hallow, though you did not understand why, is now formally erased from among the festivals of the republic; but this is only the triumph of party, and a signal that the remains of the Brissotines are gaining ground.

The pretended revolution of the thirty-first of May, 1792, which has occasioned so much bloodshed, and which I remember it dangerous not to hallow, though you did not understand why, is now formally erased from among the festivals of the republic; but this is only the triumph of party, and a signal that the remains of the Brissotines are gaining ground.

Miserable beyond the reach of hope, dark below despair, that moral atmosphere which the presence of sinless unconscious infancy cannot for a moment purify or hallow!

Yours is gently to reveal, like Nature's priestess of joy, the mystery of love; and, surrounded by worthy sons and daughters, to hallow this beautiful life into a holy festival.

In almost every instance, some memento would be discovered to hallow its site, and to engage the observation of an intelligent traveller.

Blessed, hallowed, holy, sacred, saintly.

To-day this fellow is a fugitive from justice, forsaken by wife and fair weather friends, and thus really, if not literally, is fulfilled the prophecy of the poet, "Her dark wing shall the raven flap O'er the false-hearted, His warm blood the wolf shall lap E'er life be parted, Shame and dishonor sit O'er his grave ever, Blessing shall hallow it Never, no never.

Did the harebell loose her girdle To the lover bee, Would the bee the harebell hallow Much as formerly?

'If ye will not hearken unto me to hallow the Sabbath day, and not to bear a burden, even entering in at the gates of Jerusalem on the Sabbath day; then will I kindle a fire in the gates thereof, and it shall devour the palaces of Jerusalem, and it shall not be quenched.'

Because you had hallowed the place, I knew that I should find your haunting presence in it.

The seasons of the year when these bonfires are most commonly lit are spring and midsummer; but in some places they are kindled also at the end of autumn or during the course of the winter, particularly on Hallow E'en (the thirty-first of October), Christmas Day, and the Eve of Twelfth Day.

[The new fire at Hallow E'en among the old Celts of Ireland; the new fire on September 1st among the Russian peasants.]

Travelling in the parish of Moulin, near Pitlochrie, in the year 1772, the Englishman Thomas Pennant writes that "Hallow Eve is also kept sacred: as soon as it is dark, a person sets fire to a bush of broom fastened round a pole, and, attended with a crowd, runs about the village.

Referring to this part of Scotland, a writer at the end of the eighteenth century observes that "the Hallow-even fire, another relict of druidism, was kindled in Buchan.

These being devoutly finished, the hallow fire was kindled, and guarded by the male part of the family.

[Divination at Hallow-e'en in the Highlands and Lowlands of Scotland; the stolen kail; sowing hemp seed; the winnowing basket; the wet shirt; the thrown shoe.]

"[620] [Divination at Hallow-e'en in Queen's County; divination at Hallow-e'en in County Leitrim; divination at Hallowe'en in County Roscommon.]

"[620] [Divination at Hallow-e'en in Queen's County; divination at Hallow-e'en in County Leitrim; divination at Hallowe'en in County Roscommon.]

In the Isle of Man also, another Celtic country, Hallow-e'en was celebrated down to modern times by the kindling of fires, accompanied with all the usual ceremonies designed to prevent the baneful influence of fairies and witches.

Linger yet, and strengthen and hallow the feeble words, that chronicle our love!

And ye shall hallow the fiftieth year, and proclaim liberty throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof: it shall be a jubilee unto you; and ye shall return every man unto his possession, and ye shall return every man unto his family.

MACLISE, DANIEL, painter, born at Cork, of Scottish extraction; among his oil-paintings are "Mokanna Unveiling," "All Hallow Eve," "Bohemian Gipsies," and the "Banquet Scene in Macbeth," his last work being a series of cartoons painted in fresco for the palace of Westminster illustrative of the glories of England (1811-1870).

Say your blessing will hallow our union; and oh, I feel it will then indeed be blessed!"

She would implore him to permit her to confess all to her parents; she was convinced, did they know how much her happiness depended on her union with him, they would consent, and with their blessing hallow their marriage.

The tears of maternal and filial love will hallow my grave; and he, too, when he knows for his sake, to save him a pang, I have suffered my heart to break in uncomplaining silence, oh, he too may shed one tear, bestow a thought on one who loved him to the last!"

Thou only shalt remember This love of mine, or hallow 10 The coming years with gladness, Calm and pride and passion.

"When I walk in that religious nave and into the hallowed precincts of the talented departed, the stone passages are full of cloudy forms of Chaucers, Addisons, Miltons, Dickenses, and all those great ones of the past; and I would hate to see the place filled up with a crowd of weekday lay people in their Sunday clothes, which would be enough to wipe away every feeling of romantic piety which might rise within my breast."

Once, standing in the hallowed stillness beside her dead, Mrs. Errol turned to Anne, saying softly: "The dear Lord knows best, dear.

Their second album Hallow's Victim and the The Walking Dead EP were both released in 1985.

Church, the devil is playing tricks, but as far as Hallow-een is concerned, if we want to hallow something, then hallowed be HIS holy name.

Church, the devil is playing tricks, but as far as Hallow-een is concerned, if we want to hallow something, then hallowed be HIS holy name.

Least favorite performance, I would say would be Shallow Hallow (sic), Keating says as Paltrow nods and makes an awkward face.

At that voice of praise, brides were moved to hallow themselves, and virgins to be chaste, and even young girls became grave: they advanced and came in multitudes, and worshipped the Son.

To hallow something means to make it holy, or to acknowedge and honour it as holy.