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561 examples of owne in sentences

A trope is a movynge and changynge of a worde or sentence, from thyr owne significacion into another which may agree with it by a similitude."

But him the Foxe with hardy words did stay, And bad him put all cowardize away; For now was time, if ever they would hope, To ayme their counsels to the fairest scope, 960 And them for ever highly to advaunce, In case the good which their owne happie chaunce Them freely offred they would wisely take.

Those royall ornaments to steale away? "Marie, that shall your selfe," quoth he theretoo, "For ye be fine and nimble it to doo; 1000 Of all the beasts which in the forrests bee Is not a fitter for this turne than yee: Therefore, mine owne deare brother, take good hart, And ever thinke a kingdome is your part.

But his owne treasure he encreased more, And lifted up his loftie towres thereby, That they began to threat the neighbour sky; The whiles the princes pallaces fell fast 1175 To ruine; for what thing can ever last?

Unto the Prince, but by his owne addresse: For all that els did come were sure to faile; Yet would he further none but for availe.

With that in hast, disroabed as he was, He toward his owne pallace forth did pas; And all the way he roared as he went, 1345

To hide himselfe from his owne feared thought.

If the blinde Furie which warres breedeth oft Wonts not t'enrage the hearts of equall beasts, Whether they fare on foote, or flie aloft, Or armed be with clawes, or scalie creasts, What fell Erynnis, with hot burning tongs, Did grype your hearts with noysome rage imbew'd, That, each to other working cruell wrongs, Your blades in your owne bowels you embrew'd?

Not thou, O Clarion, though fairest thou Of all thy kinde, unhappie happie flie, Whose cruell fate is woven even now 235 Of loves owne hand, to worke thy miserie!

For that his mother which him bore and bred, The most fine-fingred workwoman on ground, 260 Arachne, by his meanes was vanquished Of Pallas, and in her owne skill confound**, When she with her for excellence contended, That wrought her shame, and sorrow never ended.

The silly flie, that no redresse did see, Spide where the Eagle built his towring nest, And, kindling fire within the hollow tree, Burnt up his yong ones, and himselfe distrest; Ne suffred him in anie place to rest, But drove in Ioves owne lap his egs to lay; Where gathering also filth him to infest, Forst with the filth his egs to fling away: For which, when as the foule was wroth, said Iove, "Lo!

The subtill vermin, creeping closely* neare, Did in his drinke shed poyson privilie; Which, through his entrailes spredding diversly, Made him to swell, that nigh his bowells brust, And him enforst to yeeld the victorie, That did so much in his owne greatnesse trust.

Faire blewe the wind into her bosome right, And th'heavens looked lovely all the while, That she did seeme to daunce, as in delight, And at her owne felicitie did smile.

No worke it seem'd of earthly craftsmans wit, But rather wrought by his owne industry That thunder-dartes for Iove his syre doth fit.

I saw a thousand huntsmen, which descended Downe from the mountaines bordring Lombardie, That with an hundred speares her flank wide rened: I saw her on the plaine outstretched lie, Throwing out thousand throbs in her owne soyle**: Soone on a tree

I saw her rise, and with a larger flight To pierce the cloudes, and with wide pinneons To measure the most haughtie* mountaines hight, Untill she raught** the gods owne mansions.

These friends and editors in their preface profess thus: 'It had bene a thing, we confesse, worthie to haue bene wished, that the Author himselfe had liu'd to haue set forth, and ouerseen his owne writings;

Before my God, I might not this beleeue Without the sensible and true auouch Of mine owne eyes.

[Sidenote: 134] To make it truster of your owne report Against your selfe.

[Sidenote: of his will, but] His greatnesse weigh'd, his will is not his owne; [Sidenote: wayd]

[Sidenote: watchman] Doe not as some vngracious Pastors doe, Shew me the steepe and thorny way to Heauen; Whilst like a puft and recklesse Libertine Himselfe, the Primrose path of dalliance treads, And reaks not his owne reade.

This aboue all; to thine owne selfe be true:

Doth all the noble substance of a doubt To his owne scandle.]

For euery man ha's businesse and desire, [Sidenote: hath] Such as it is: and for mine owne poore part,

At my returne from France all things shall bee Consummate; in meane time let your owne hearts, Knitt with the strongest tye of love, be merry In mutuall embraces, and let your prayers Fill our departing sayles.

doubt, and fly before Myne owne weake thoughts?Art thou there, too?

Killd himself; his owne hand Most bravely was his Justice; nor left behind him One peece of paper to dishonour ye.

And his owne hand? Son.

The opposition of those mindes that hate me, A wise-man spyns his owne fate and secures it.

Mounseiur Barnavelt, 'Tis no mans envy that hath brought us hether To sitt as Judges on you, but your owne.

Your owne late actions they have raisd a war Against your former merritts, and defeated What ever then was ranckt for good and great, For which your Enemies, those that you thought frends, Triumph, not wee.

Pawse, I beseech you, And while you gather breath to fill the Trumpet Of your deserts give me leave to deliver A litle for the States and mine owne honour.

My good Lords, We are commaunded by the King our Master (Who ever hath respected your affaires As the tranquility of his owne kingdoms) To let you thus far understand his pleasure: He do's exhort you, as the best foundation Of your estate, with all care to preserve The union of your provinces, and wishes The change that you have made of Maiestrates, The Advocate and Counsellors of State

Ever remembring that the greatest Princes Have sometimes to their glory byn most apt To pardon what was enterprizd against Their Goverments, nay their lives; and that the freest And the best Common-Wealthes, have alwaies usd To spare the blood of their owne Cittizens, And that in great offendersit still being The principall signe of libertie and freedom Not easily, but with mature advice, To touch the lives of Cittizens. Bois.

Nor doe they handle theis things By rules of truth and reason, but their owne wills Their headstrong hott affections.

And in what posture: first, how ile take my leave of him, With a few teares to draw more money from him; Then fold up his braunchd[209] gowne, his hat, his doblet, And like the devill cry 'mine owne!

Take your owne time, Sir. Bar.

By your owne desert and vertue. Un.

You may goe to Church in the Countrey without a new Satten gowne, and play at penny gleeke with a Justice of peaces wife and the parsons; show your white hand with but one Diamond when you carve and not be asham'd to weare your owne wedding ring with the old poesie.

There is sport in killing my owne partridge and pheasant; my Trowtes will cost me less than your Lobsters and crayfish drest with amber greece, and I may renew my acquaintance with mutton and bold chines of beefe; entertaine my tenants, that would pay for my housekeeping all the yeere and thanke my worship at Christmas, over and above their rents, with Turkies and Beeves of supererogation.

Dead, Fidelio: Things of theire nature, like [a] vipers brood, Kill their owne parents.

And this miracle (which meriteth to be called no lesse) was done to the great commendation of the holy Patriarke in the presence of a thousand persons, and namely of the Soldan of Egypt: who seeing the despight of the Iewes, vnto their owne cost and confusion compelled them to make the conduct, which with so many engines commeth into the castle from Nilus aboue mentioned.

This house hath on euery side very many faire date trees, amongst which there are two which grow out of one stocke exceeding high, and these, they say, their Prophet graffed with his owne hand: the fruit thereof is alwayes sent to Constantinople, to be presented vnto the Grand Signior, and is sayd to be that blessed fruit of the Prophet.

These two captaines being of one religion with the foure kings which were Moores, wrought meanes with them to betray their owne king into their hands.

[Footnote: A most vnkind and wicked treason against their prince: this they haue for giuing credit to strangers, rather then to their owne natiue people.]

Also this Tyrant made an order or lawe, that if any Merchant had any of the horses that were taken in the foresayd battell or warres, although they were of his owne marke, that he would giue as much for them as they would: and besides he gaue generall safe conduct to all that should bring them.

For in those dayes before this law was made, the women for euery little displeasure that their husbands had done vnto them, would presently poison their husbands, and take other men, and now by reason of this law they are more faithfull vnto their husbands, and count their liues as deare as their owne, because that after his death her owne followeth presently.

For in those dayes before this law was made, the women for euery little displeasure that their husbands had done vnto them, would presently poison their husbands, and take other men, and now by reason of this law they are more faithfull vnto their husbands, and count their liues as deare as their owne, because that after his death her owne followeth presently.

The great store of Silke that commeth from China, and the great store of Sugar which commeth from Bengala: the married Citizens pay not any custome for these two commodities: for they pay 4. per cento custome to the king of Cochin, rating their goods at their owne pleasure.

Truely I beleeue that I had died with my slaue, whom then I had to serue mee, which cost mee verie deare: but to prouide for the daunger at hand, I solde my slaue for halfe that he was worth, because that I would saue his drinke that he drunke, to serue my owne purpose, and to saue my life.

When the Retor perceiued that the Portugales made battery against the Citie, be tooke one and twentie Portugales that were there in the Citie, and sent them foure miles into the Countrey, there to tarry vntill such time as the other Portugales were departed, that made the batterie, who after their departure let them goe at their owne libertie without any harme done vnto them.

Since your Lordship will shorten the length of my follies relation, the woman that I so passionately love, is no worse Lady then your owne Neece, the too worthy Countesse Eugenia.

Mine owne deare nephew? Cla.

As thus, my Lord; I feele my owne minds joy, As it is separate from all other powers, And then the mixture of an other soule Ioyn'de in direction to one end, like it; And thirdly the contentment I enjoy, As we are joynd, that I shall worke that good In such a noble spirit as your Neece, Which in my selfe I feele for absolute; Each good minde dowbles his owne free content, When in an others use they give it vent.

As thus, my Lord; I feele my owne minds joy, As it is separate from all other powers, And then the mixture of an other soule Ioyn'de in direction to one end, like it; And thirdly the contentment I enjoy, As we are joynd, that I shall worke that good In such a noble spirit as your Neece, Which in my selfe I feele for absolute; Each good minde dowbles his owne free content, When in an others use they give it vent.

For he cood make me Empresse of my selfe And in mine owne rule comprehend the World.

Duke Constantine her brother with his Lords And all our peeres (me thought) attending us, Forth comes my princelie Katherine led by death, Who threatening me stood close unto her side, Urging by those most horrible portents That wedding her I married mine owne death.

My lord, know you there are two sorts of dreams, One sort whereof are onely phisicall, And such are they whereof your Lordship speakes; The other Hiper-phisicall, that is Dreames sent from heaven or from the wicked fiends, Which nature doth not forme of her owne power But are extrinsecate, by marvaile wrought; And such was mine.

He seeke me out some unfrequented place Free from these importunities of love, And onelie love what mine owne fancie likes.

Sir, from your worthye nephewe I am come, The ever feard Orlando, who in Spayne Hath with hys owne fame mixt your happynes By a blest vyctorye.

Or I shall growe unmannerlye & leave you: Myne owne prayse is my torture.

I will keepe no dyrecte one but even wander As myne owne proper saftie shall direct me.

And though I wishe my lorde may rayse his bloode, Yet that wishe should give way to myne owne good.

For not the cooninge of slye Ganelon, Charlimayne's dottage, nor her wytchinge eie (To whom I nowe must be obedyent) Can challendge any share in my disgrace; But myne owne fortune that did never smyle But when it gave me a full cause to cursse.

Smoother your passions, Sir: here comes his sonne A propertie oth court, that least his owne Ill manners should be noted thynks it fytt In pollycie to scoffe at other mens.

thoughe it be true I cannot prove it By other testymonie then myne owne; And that hys owne denyall will bereave me Of the beleife due to it.

thoughe it be true I cannot prove it By other testymonie then myne owne; And that hys owne denyall will bereave me Of the beleife due to it.

My seryous counsaylls and's owne servyces He sells like goods at outcryes"Who gives most?"

The trumpets ready for the sound of death, And nothing hinders us but our owne words? Leave idle parley, my dread soveraigne Lord, And soone resolve the Duke in fire and smoke That he maintaines a title false and forg'd, And that Navar is a usurping Lord.

O could I dive into the Prince's heart By any insinuation ne're so base, How easily might I effect my plot To make the kingdome of Navarre mine owne.

If I should speake for him, as he for me, Then should I breathe forth passions not mine owne.

Burbon is thine, the Dukedome is thine owne, For only he in the Inheritance Stood as an obstacle to let my clayme.

A] to make you blush, this is my owne hayre, and this face.

A and B] your owne lodging.

A] Lords to his owne good.

Twenty-one lines ending owne, teaching, measures, function, selfe, her, her, indeed, sir, selfe, schoolemaister, maid, Gallatea, favour, now, wit, guard, toot, Jubiter, Lady, welcome.

Thanks, gentle Harry, thou shalt never lacke; But thou and I will live as faithfull friendes, And what I have, shalbe thine owne to use.

I am indifferent, yet for mine owne part, I understand the miserie of it; if you doe, why so, if not, why so.

2. And to speake indifferently, it is the hangman's Budget; and because he thought too much of his labour to set this head upon the bridge, and the legs upon the gates, he flings them into the streete for men to stumble at, but If I get him in my boate, Ile so belabour him in a stretcher, that he had better be stretcht in one of his owne halfepeny halters.

well and in her owne condition Of promisinge goodnes, yet livinge in the seminary Of all libidinous actions, spectars, sights, Even in the open market where sinne's sould Where lust and all uncleanes are commerst As freely as comodityes are vended Amongst the noblest marchants,who I saye

These crowns Are all your owne in your possession, So are the maydes.

Mongst many other charitable deedes, Unto religion hee hathe vowed this howse, Next to his owne fayre mantion that adjoynes And parted only by a slender wall.

"And so sir Launcelot brought sir Tristan and La Beate Isoud unto Joyous-gard, the which was his owne castle that hee had wonne with his owne hands.

"And so sir Launcelot brought sir Tristan and La Beate Isoud unto Joyous-gard, the which was his owne castle that hee had wonne with his owne hands.

he, the said Mr. Crowne, paid out of his owne pocket.

I will speake of mine owne experience concerning this subject.

The 19. meeting with some stormes and rainy weather we arriued at Texell in our owne native countrey, without any great misfortune, saue that the Mauritius once stroke on ground.

Hee tolde them moreouer, that Holland was a free countrey, and that euery man there was his owne Master, and that there was not one slaue or captiue in the whole land.

Fitzherbert anticipated a modern poet, Henley, in one of his most happy phrases: "Ryght so euery man is capitayne of his owne soule".

I am content, so as Ramis, when hee finds me cold in love, or hard in beliefe, hee attribute it to his owne folly; in that I retaine some nature of the Rocke he chaunged me into.... Celia.

Thy death was lately reported, And he beleevs thy death, and therfore seeketh his owne death.

Liv'd my Earine, you should have twenty, For every line here, one; I would allow 'hem From mine owne store, the treasure I had in her: Now I am poore as you.

If ye pty suspected have ye devills mark for t'is thought wn ye devill maketh his covent with y he alwayess leaves his mark behind him to know y for his owne yt is, if noe evident reason in can be given for such mark.

Nations shall owne you for their Queen.

Proc., 118 (A warden of Long Newton detected to the official because "he refused to present faltes with his fellowe churchwardone, et fatebatur delationem, viz., that he wolde not present his owne wief." 1579).

To put one testor into a strangers hand and an other in your owne hand, and to conuay both into the strangers hand with words.

Such be also cal'd bard Cater treas, because commonly, the longer end will of his owne sway drawe downewards, and turne vp to the eie, Sixe, Sincke, Deuce or Ace.

[*] And after you haue done this, you may conuert your speech and accions, to the greeuous wounding, and recouering of your owne selfe.

He will first serue his owne turne, and releeue his priuate pouerty, for Alcumisters are a beggerly kinde of people, who though they confesse themselues bare, and needy: yet wil they make other rich, and wealthie, as though others pouertie did molest, and greeue them more then their owne, so far the words of petrarke.

He will first serue his owne turne, and releeue his priuate pouerty, for Alcumisters are a beggerly kinde of people, who though they confesse themselues bare, and needy: yet wil they make other rich, and wealthie, as though others pouertie did molest, and greeue them more then their owne, so far the words of petrarke.