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39304 examples of wifes in sentences

For the man was a husband, who'd ruined a life, And broken a heart he had found without flaw; He demanded the punishment due to the wife, Who was only a Woman, whilst his was the Law!

the worst of the crime that is laid at my door: I said I was widow when, really a wife!

Let him look in my face, if he dare, if he can! Let him stand up on oath to deny what I say! 'Tis a story that many a wife can repeat, From the day that the old curse of Eden began; In the dread name of Justice, look down from your seat!

Then, one evening, Mother whispered the happiest message a wife ever tells a husband.

To have joys in common is the dream of man and wife.

But four years of our married life had gone, and I was no nearer the first payment on a house than when we began as man and wife.

Was't not enough that by his ruthlesse basenes I had these wounds inflicted, but I must Be tortured with his wifes uniust reioycings!

You find Madame Bovary lascivious in Flaubert's description, but there is not a man, and I will not except you, who, having taken part in a ball like that and seen that sort of waltz, has not had in mind the wish that his wife or his daughter refrain from this pleasure which has in it so much of the untamed.

He is a great artist, as has been said, because he has left the husband as he was, he has not transformed him, and to the end he is the same good man, commonplace, mediocre, full of the duties of his profession, loving his wife well, but destitute of education or elevation of thought.

He is the same at the death-bed of his wife.

Because he has kept to the end his simplicity and uprightness of heart; because to the end he has fulfilled his duty while his wife was led astray.

His death is as beautiful and as touching as the death of his wife is hideous.

There is a man who is grand, sublime, whose death is admirablethe husband, who, finding himself broken-hearted by the death of his wife, sees afterwards all the illusions of the heart that remained to him embraced in the thought of his wife in the tomb.

There is a man who is grand, sublime, whose death is admirablethe husband, who, finding himself broken-hearted by the death of his wife, sees afterwards all the illusions of the heart that remained to him embraced in the thought of his wife in the tomb.

The author has concentrated all the interest upon the man who did not deviate from the line of duty, who preserved his mediocre character, to be sure (for the author could not change his character) but who preserved also all his generosity of heart, while upon the wife who deceived him, ruined him, gave him into the hands of usurers, put into circulation forged notes and finally arrived at suicide, was heaped all the accumulated horrors.

M. Flaubert constantly sets forth the superiority of the husband over the wife, and what superiority, if you please?

that of simple duty fulfilled, while the wife was straying from hers.

For thei trowen, that aftre hire dethe, thei schulle be etynge and drynkynge in that other world, and solacynge hem with hire wifes, as thei diden here.

Another yle is there, fulle fair and gode and gret, and fulle of peple, where the custom is suche, that the firste nyght that thei ben maryed, thei maken another man to lye be hire wifes, for to have hire maydenhode: and therfore thei taken gret huyre and gret thank.

A politician knows that one way of getting a man's vote is to please the man's wife, and that one way of pleasing the wife is to kiss her baby.

A politician knows that one way of getting a man's vote is to please the man's wife, and that one way of pleasing the wife is to kiss her baby.

The lion continued his meal, tearing away at the buffalo, and growling at his wife and family, who, I found next day, by the spoor, had accompanied him.

6d., one for the wedding ring, 5s., and one for the wife's necklace, 7l., lie at the feet of the father, with the Sporting Magazine; for drunkards generally part with the ornaments or even necessaries of their wives and children before they trespass on their own.

The reckless dissipation of the fine, young fox-hunter, the half intoxicated chuckle with which he holds the bottle, the grief of his daughter and wife, and the little shoeless boy with his hoop, are finely contrasted with the rich humour and extravagant burlesque of all around them.

The Laughter of the Gods A Tragedy in Three Acts Dramatis Personรฆ King Karnos Voice-of-the-Gods (a prophet) Ichtharion Ludibras Harpagas First Sentry Second Sentry One of the Camel Guard An Executioner The Queen Tharmia (wife of Ichtharion) Arolind (wife of Ludibras) Carolyx (wife of Harpagas) Attendants Act I Time: About the time of the decadence in Babylon.

The Laughter of the Gods A Tragedy in Three Acts Dramatis Personรฆ King Karnos Voice-of-the-Gods (a prophet) Ichtharion Ludibras Harpagas First Sentry Second Sentry One of the Camel Guard An Executioner The Queen Tharmia (wife of Ichtharion) Arolind (wife of Ludibras) Carolyx (wife of Harpagas) Attendants Act I Time: About the time of the decadence in Babylon.

The Laughter of the Gods A Tragedy in Three Acts Dramatis Personรฆ King Karnos Voice-of-the-Gods (a prophet) Ichtharion Ludibras Harpagas First Sentry Second Sentry One of the Camel Guard An Executioner The Queen Tharmia (wife of Ichtharion) Arolind (wife of Ludibras) Carolyx (wife of Harpagas) Attendants Act I Time: About the time of the decadence in Babylon.

We have no tent to set up.' 'Come to London, and be my wife.' 'No,' she said; 'that is impossible.

My first wifes name was Arla Windham.

EMMA "the Saxon" or Emma Plantagenet, the beautiful, gentle, and loving wife of David, king of North Wales (twelfth century).Southey, Madoc (1805).

(Cadmus and his wife Harmonia

Tradition says that Apellรชs model was either Phyrne, or Campaspรช, afterwards his wife.

ESTHER Bush: Wife of the squatter Ishmael Bush.

ETHIOP'S QUEEN, referred to by Milton in his Il Penseroso, was Cassiope'a, wife of Ce'pheus (2 syl.) king of Ethiopia.

She was the wife of Count de Valmont, and mother of Florian, "the foundling of the forest."

She was the wife of Phocion, who had fled from Syracuse to save their infant son.

Charles Eustace confides his scrape to Polyglot, and conceals his young wife in the tutor's private room.

Solus remained a miserable bachelor, pining for a wife and domestic joys.

By the fault of marrying without the consent of his wife's friends, Mr. Irwin was reduced to poverty and even crime.

Harmony healed these faults; Lord Norland received his daughter into favor; Sir Robert Ramble took back his wife; Solus married Miss Spinster; Mr. Placid assumed the rights of the head of the family; and Mr. Irwin, being accepted as the son-in-law of Lord Norland, was raised from indigence to domestic comfort.

The great aim of Fainall was to get into his possession the estates of his wife (settled on herself "in trust to Edward Mirabell"), but in this he failed.

FAITH (Brown), wife of Goodman Brown.

But the Honourable Mr. Augustus Headerton chose a wife, and threw all his relations, including Lord Headerton, the Honourable Justice Cleaveland, Admiral Barrymore, K.C.B., and his cousins to the fiftieth remove, into strong convulsions, or little fits.

Yet it was in vain that his wife and friends besought him to relinquish what they deemed his chimerical and ruinous project.

He was now actually obliged to give a person, who had assisted him, part of his clothes by way of remuneration, having nothing else left; and, with his wife and children starving before his eyes, and by their appearance silently reproaching him as the cause of their sufferings, he was at heart miserable enough.

As there was no one else to speak, I took the word, being the mother of the present Maire, and wife of the last, and in part mistress of the house.

My heart is sometimes hard to my son's wife, but not alwaysnot with my will, God knows!

M. de Bois-Sombre was at once aware who it was, for he himself had watched Lecamus taking his place at the feet of my wife, who awaited my return there.

When I reached the gate on my return, I found my wife lying there in all the pallor of death, and for a moment my heart stood still with sudden terror.

Even myself, to whom everything was so vividly brought home, I have to enter my wife's room to put aside the curtain from little Marie's picture, and to see and touch the olive branch which is there, before I can recall to myself anything that resembles the feeling with which I re-entered that sanctuary.

My wife does not question, she believes much; and in respect to that which she cannot acquiesce in, she is silent.

But Agnรจs, my wife, it was she who gave me the best consolation.

I turned to look at my wife as she laid underneath this cross a handful of violets.

My future wife insisted that I forego the offer and return to Canada.

The sharp-eyed (and, as I was later to discover, sharp-tempered) Patrao, his demure wife and sons, John, Raul and Oswald, with the mutual friend and I sat across a carefully laid table.

John's wife worked late into the nights.

He had a wife and daughter, and therefore was presumed to have affections; but those whom he met in the market never thought of him, save as the systematic merchant.

how crush the spirits of his invalid wife?

He and his wife are buried side by side in Rondo Cemetery.

An old custom practiced to prevent the separation of a husband and wife was to wrap a rabbit's forefoot, a piece of loadstone, and 9 hairs from the top of the head in red flannel, and bury it under the front door steps.

I married twice, had one child by each wife.

Wife "My wife didn't have many people.

Wife "My wife didn't have many people.

My wife's grandmother and grandfather on her mother's side were gone so far back that neither she nor I know anything about them.

"My wife could tell you what my mother told her.

Some of their wifes cooks for white people and they eat all they make up soon as they get paid.

"Pa said, 'You'd be lookin' glum too if your wife and chile had done been beat up for nothin'.'

Slave Marriages "Say I wanted this woman for my wife.

That was your wife.

"I cooked for Dr. Stone and his wife for ten years in Greenville, Mississippi.

His wife was named Eva Goodet.

He was a very mean man and cruel, and his wife was too.

She belonged to John Kelly and his wife when freedom came.

John Kelly and his wife kept her working for them without pay for two years after she was free.

They made his wife get up and dance and she was in a delicate state.

The man who was killed had a wife and four or five children.

Hit went lak dis: Me an' mah wife had a fallin out

Both Turner and his wife died soon after taking up residence in Arkansas leaving their estate to their two sons, Bart and Nat, who were by that time grown young men, and being very capable and industrious soon developed their property into one of the most valuable plantations in the County.

My mother was named Esther, she belonged to Ole Man Tom Smith who gived her to Miss Evaline, who was Mister Mid Tuttle's wife.

The latter entreated captain Robson to give him and his Bough wife a passage to the first land at which he might arrive, as they would certainly be sacrificed if they returned to the island.

Having made Tucopia on the 20th of September, Buchart, his wife, and a Lascar, were put on shore, and the Hunter proceeded on her voyage to Canton.

But he had a wife, the fair and amiable Guildeluec, whom he tenderly loved; and whom, as he was unwilling to carry her into exile, he earnestly recommended to their care and attentions.

He then selected ten knights as his companions, and departed for the sea-coast, escorted by nearly all his friends and vassals, and accompanied by his wife, who was almost frantic with grief at this cruel separation, and whom he could scarcely reconcile to her fate, by repeating again and again the most solemn assurances of eternal and inviolable fidelity.

At length the image of his wife, and his solemn assurances of fidelity, interrupted the dream of happiness in which he had involuntarily indulged; but the interruption became painful; and while he mentally repeated the promise of adhering to duty, he felt that promise disavowed by his inclination.

The return of Eliduc gave infinite pleasure to his friends, to the king his master, and above all, to his excellent wife, who now hoped she should be indemnified, by his beloved society, for her long and dreary hours of widowhood.

In defiance of God, religion, justice and honour, you are carrying off that lady, having already a beautiful and lawful wife in your own country.

His wife met him with her usual gentleness of affection; but instantly saw in his haggard looks that his heart laboured with some misery which her tenderness was unable to remove.

The faultless beauty of a living rival might have excited some indignation in the bosom of the most patient wife, but the eyes of the lovely object before her, appeared closed for ever; and Guildeluec could find no place in her heart, for any sentiments but those of admiration and pity.

THE FARMER'S WIFE.

And in his dayes it befell that the lord and the estates of the realme had soe many sonns that they had gotten some by their wifes and some by other ladyes of the realme; for that land is a hott land and a plentious of generacion.

She had introduced me to two fashionably dressed ladies, officers' wifes, resident there; and when I must say or do nothing about this man, lest I should destroy Mrs. Thayer's opportunity for doing good, I concluded we had discovered a new variety of savage, and came away thinking I could do something in the city.

" "And," proclaimed Najib, "of this sweet portrait I read thus the law: 'So shall the wifes and the offsprungs of all strike-makers be put to death; and those wicked strike-makers themselfs along with them.'

Piper, wet your whistle, Canst tell me a way now, how to cut off my wifes Concupiscence?

came to his house and sad somthing to his wife somthing concerning Mercy and his wifes answer was Oh poor creature upon

Sometimes he wondered a little himself at this quiescenceat the slight impression he seemed to make on his son, whom he had fully intended to rouse to remonstrance about itat the tender way in which the young wife ministered to her sister, and at the great change for the worse that he soon began to observe in Emily's appearance.

" The children were then sent out to find where the young wife was, and come and report to their father, telling her that he would pay his call out of doors.

"And so," she continued slowly, "I said to him, I said, 'My dear Giles, I have had a pleasant home in this house, many, many years, indeed, ever since you were a child; but it is my opinion (and you will find it is the general opinion) that every young wife should have her house to herself.'

The newly-perfected life was fresh and sweet, and something of reserve in the character and manners of his wife seemed to restrain him from using up the charm of it too fast.

He noticed that he was a little sulky and perhaps rather out of countenance; he did not wonder at these things; but being absolutely secure of his wife's love, he never even said to himself how impossible it was that her affection should revert to Valentine; but this was for the simple reason that he had never thought about that matter at all.

By the interest of his wifes relations, he at last obtained the government of Hispaniola, in which he superseded Obando, the great enemy of his father; but he had only the title of governor, not of viceroy, which was his just and undoubted right.