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28 examples of  soo  in sentences

28 examples of soo in sentences

Soo ho-toLegends of Buddha X. GandharaLegends of Buddha XI.

That over, they descended south, and arrived in the country of Soo-ho-to.

In the station at Emerson, the boundary town, we were waiting for the Soo train, which comes at an early hour in the morning.

Well, it would kill you dead to see a fool boy side up to a hyena cage and try to hypnotize a hyena by kind words and a pious example, saying soothing words like: "Soo, boss," or "O, come off now, and be a good fellow," and see the hyena snarl and show his teeth like an anarchist that a multi-millionaire might try to tame so he would take a roll of money out of his hand without biting the hand.

God be w-with you till s-soo-soon.

After mentioning the Latin title, he adds "that is to say in Englyshe the golden legende for lyke as passeth golde in vallwe al other metallys, soo thys legende exedeth all other bokes."

Deft Chinese waiters slipped silently from guest to guest with bird's-nest soup, guy soo main, mon goo guy pan, shark's fin and lung har made of shreds of lobster, water chestnuts, rice and the succulent shoots of the young bamboo, while three musicians in a corner sang through their nose a syncopated dirge.

Our griefe doth but contract the heart, & gladnesse Dilate the same; and soo too much of eyther Is hott i'th' fourth degree.

Wah-soo-we-chasta-ne, Bad Hail.

"The reason why the partridge is called Kosh-ko-e-wa-soo (one that startles) is because one made even Nanahboozhoo give a big jump.

Not merely is Soo-ti getting to be an old dog, but he has already got there.

Yesterday, as it seemed, Soo-ti was a young dog, capable of holding his own for frolics and spirits with any Pekinese that ever owned the crown of the road and refused to stir from it though all the hooters of Europe endeavoured to blast him off it.

Here is one of the complimentary stanzas that were lavished upon him by his young mistress: "Attend to your duty, My brave little Soo-ti, There isn't much sun in the sky:

While this is going forward, Soo-ti will not stir from her room except it be to couch in the passage outside.

[Footnote 27: This word is pronounced as if written so, not soo.

Almost all the Ah-te-soo-kaum I have heard, has had more or less of this ingredient.

E.) ay' toon CAERLEON, kahr le' on CHEYENNE, shi en' DUQUESNE, du kayn' FROUDE, frood GALAHAD, gal' a had GHENT, gent GRANTMESNIL, groN ma neel' GUINEVERE, gwin' e veer HOUYHNHNMS, hoo' in 'ms LEIODES, le o' deez MARACAIBO, mahr ah ki' bo OTAHEITE, o tah he' te POITIERS, pwaht ya' SEINE, sayn SIOUX, soo SKALD, skawld E

If New England authority be worth anything, we have the old sound here in the pronunciation soo, once universal, and according both with Saxon and Latin analogy.

But I (that had my syght dull and blynd wyth wepyng, so that I knew not what woman this was hauyng soo great aucthoritie) was amasyd or astonyed, and lokyng downeward, towarde the ground, I began pryvyle to look what thyng

At this time a brig hove in sight, and was seen standing towards Soo Soo, another pepper port, distant about five miles.

At this time a brig hove in sight, and was seen standing towards Soo Soo, another pepper port, distant about five miles.

The next day, having obtained a convenient anchorage, a message was sent by a friendly Malay who came on board at Soo Soo, demanding the restoration of the ship.

The next day, having obtained a convenient anchorage, a message was sent by a friendly Malay who came on board at Soo Soo, demanding the restoration of the ship.

Soo mooch ze bettare!

"That," said Nicolai soberly, as he emptied his lungs of smoke, "is the Kluchefskoi volcano talking to the peak of Suveilich" (soo-veil'-itch).

" He thereupon went to a drawer, took out a new Peking Gazette announcing the famous coup d'รฉtat of November 2nd, 1861, when Prince Soo Sun's party was absolutely overthrown by the party of Prince Kung and the Emperor's official style altered from Chi Hsiang ("Lucky") to Tung Chih ("Pull Together"), and handed it to him.

This was the very first news of the important event to reach Hankow, and as soon as it became generally known all the officials who had hitherto shaped their actions to please Prince Soo were quick to change their attitude.

Mair whistle than woo, as the souter said when shearing the soo.