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498 examples of  wilding  in sentences

498 examples of wilding in sentences

The plays of Oscar Wilde abound in brilliant .

The lies of young Wilding, and the sentiments in Joseph Surface, were thus marked out in a sort of italics to the audience.

The lies of young Wilding, and the sentiments in Joseph Surface, were thus marked out in a sort of italics to the audience.

Young Wilding ...

What kind o' God, &c. "There is a kind of crab-tree also or wilding that in like manner beareth twice a yeare."

THE LAST OF LORD CAMPBELLWINE AND WATERSIR THOMAS WILDE.

For this line of conduct I had the example of Sir Thomas Wilde, when, as Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, he travelled the Home Circuit.

(The committee was composed of the following officers: Captain H.W. Longden, R.N., Fleet Paymaster H.W.E. Manisty, R.N., Commander J.S. Wilde, R.N., Lieutenant G.E. Burton, R.N., and Mr. N.A. Leslie, of the Ministry of Shipping.)

a week, and grow good, Messrs. Wilding and Strachan generously opened a room connected with their mill in New Hall-lane, for secular and religious instruction.

Of him his God is worshipt with his sythe, And not with skill of craftsman polished: 130 He ioyes in groves, and makes himselfe full blythe With sundrie flowers in wilde fieldes gathered, Ne frankincens he from Panchaea buyth:

"But valiant fortune made Dan Orpheus bolde: For the swift running rivers still did stand, 450 And the wilde beasts their furie did withhold, To follow Orpheus musicke through the land: And th'okes, deep grounded in the earthly molde, Did move, as if they could him understand; 454 And the shrill woods, which were of sense bereav'd, Through their hard barke his silver sound receav'd.

635 But doo thou haunt the soft downe-rolling river, And wilde greene woods and fruitful pastures minde, And let the flitting aire my vaine words sever." Thus having said, he heavily departed With piteous crie that anie would have smarted.

" "Marie," said he, "the highest now in grace, Be the wilde beasts, that swiftest are in chase; 620 For in their speedie course and nimble flight The Lyon now doth take the most delight:

So wilde a beaste so tame ytaught to bee, 625 And buxome to his bands, is ioy to see; [Buxome, obedient.]

In the wilde forrest raunging fresh and free.

* Mr. JIMMY WILDE, the Welsh boxer, it has been widely announced, had a marvellous escape from an air-bomb.

The world will therefore hear from Mr. WILDE again, whose future antagonists should view with a shudder this inability of the Gothas to knock him out.

* Mr. WILDE is, however, not alone in his good fortune.

Here is a card "extraordinary" of one of our humble English dancing-masters:"As Dancing is the poetry of motion, those who wish to sail through the mazes of harmony, or to 'trip it on the light fantastic toe,' will find an able guide in John Wilde, who was formed by nature for a dancing-master.

I, too, was young once, I had my wilding devil's beauty,an inflammatory eye, an inflammable heart.

* '"We shall be notes in that great symphony Whose cadence circles through the rhythmic spheres, And all the live world's throbbing heart shall be One with our heart; the stealthy, creeping years Have lost their terrors now; we shall not die The universe itself shall be our Immortality!" Have you forgotten how you chanted these, and told me they were Oscar Wilde's.

The Oscar Wilde of modern legend were not more as a dweller in Nirvana.

Wilding Windmills at Finsbury (See Stow's Survey, b. iii, p. 70, ed. 1720.)

A.F. WILDING MISS EASTLAKE SMITH AND MR.

A.F. WILDING MISS EASTLAKE SMITH AND MR.

The thing happens in our own day, as the case of Oscar Wilde is witness; it happened in the case of Spenser; and when he and his friends Gabriel Harvey and Edward Kirke came "down" it was to immediate fame amongst amateurs of the arts.

BEAUFORT, the lover of Maria Wilding, whom he ultimately marries.

George Philpot is destined to be the husband of Maria Wilding, but as Maria Wilding is in love with Beaufort, she behaves so sillily to her betrothed that he refuses to marry her, whereupon she gives her hand to Beaufort (1757).

George Philpot is destined to be the husband of Maria Wilding, but as Maria Wilding is in love with Beaufort, she behaves so sillily to her betrothed that he refuses to marry her, whereupon she gives her hand to Beaufort (1757).

Whose brave demeanour, oft when they did shoot, Invited royall princes from their courts Into the wilde woods to behold their sports!

The lines "Invited royall princes from their courts Into the wilde woods to behold their sports," may be reasonably supposed to allude to Henry the VIIIth, who appears to have been particularly attached, as well to the exercise of archery, as to the observance of Maying.

He followed this up with versions of the same poet's Wilde Jรคger, of Goethe's violent drama of feudal life, Gรถtz Von Berlichingen, and with other translations from the German, of a similar class.

R96228, 12Jun52, Helen K. Bradbury (NK) WILDE, OSCAR FINGALL O'FLAHERTIE WILLS.

SEE Wilde, Oscar.

SEE Wilde, Oscar.

SEE Wilding, Clinton F. UNITED STATES CODE ANNOTATED.

SEE Wild, Herbert. WILDE, PERCIVAL.

Roger Wilde (C); 4Aug57; R197472.

Roger Wilde (C); 16Dec57; R204765. WILDE, ROGER.

Roger Wilde (C); 16Dec57; R204765. WILDE, ROGER.

SEE Wilde, Percival.

SEE Wilde, Percival.

WILDING, CLINTON F. Designs for bag printing.

DE WILDE, PERRINE PAULE POIRET.

SEE Wilde, Perrine Paule Poiret de. DE ZOETE, BERYL.

Paul Colin Poiret & Mme de Wilde, See Perrine Paule Poiret (C); 10Apr58; R212786.

SEE Wilde, Perrine Paule Poiret de. POLING, DANIEL A. Between two worlds.

SEE Wilde, Oscar.

SEE Wild, Herbert. WILDE, OSCAR.

WILDE, PERCIVAL.

Roger Wilde (C); 19Mar58; R210589. WILDE, PERRINE PAULE POIRET DE.

Roger Wilde (C); 19Mar58; R210589. WILDE, PERRINE PAULE POIRET DE.

SEE Wilde, Percival.

FOOTE, HENRY WILDE.

SEE Wilde Oscar.

SEE Wilde, Oscar.

J. Henry Wild (A); 2Apr65; R358846. WILDE, PERCIVAL.

SEE Wilde, Percival.

R. Turner Wilcox (A); 12Jan70; R476634. WILDE, DOROTHY.

By Percival Wilde.

R573053. Victorian doctor: being the life of Sir William Wilde.

By George Wilde.

George Wilde (A); 1May74; R575741.

By Mickey Klar Marks, artist: Irma Wilde.

Miscellaneous memorabilia: Oscar Wilde, James Joyce, John Aubrey.

De profundis, being the first complete and accurate version of Epistola: in carcerelet vinculis, the last prose work of Oscar Wilde.

EIGHT COMEDIES FOR LITTLE THEATRES, by Percival Wilde.

R56583, 3Jan50, Percival Wilde (A) EINSTEIN AND THE UNIVERSE, by Charles Nordmann, with pref.

R96228, 12Jun52, Helen K. Bradbury (NK) WILDE, OSCAR FINGALL O'FLAHERTIE WILLS.

SEE Wilde, Oscar.

SEE Wilde, Oscar.

Oscar Wilde, a play.

WILDE, PERCIVAL. Rogues

Roger Wilde (C); 19Nov56; R180595.

WILDE, ROGER.

SEE Wilde, Percival.

Oscar Wilde, his life & confessions.

Oscar Wilde, his life & confessions.

full and final confession, by Lord Alfred Douglas and My memories of Oscar Wilde, by Bernard Shaw.

SEE Wilding, Clinton F. UNITED STATES CODE ANNOTATED.

WILDING, CLINTON F. Designs for bag printing.

FOOTE, HENRY WILDE.

Oscar Wilde discovers America, 1882.

Oscar Wilde discovers America, 1882.

SEE WILDE, OSCAR.

R. Turner Wilcox (A); 12Jan70; R476634. WILDE, DOROTHY.

Still, from memory's urn, The lingering blossoms tenderly Refute our wilding minstrelsy.

No flower of the light can find Refuge beneath its trees; Only the darkening ivy climbs Mingled with wilding rose, And cypress, morn and evening, time's Black shadow throws.

Now his greed's green doth gaze unseen On a pure face of wilding rose, Her amber eyes In fear's surprise Watch largely as she goes, Watch largely as she goes.

Matthew is in his grave, yet now, Methinks, I see him stand, As at that moment, with a bough Of wilding in his hand.

These, and the house where I was born, Low and little, and black and old, With children, many as it can hold, All at the windows, open wide, Heads and shoulders clear outside, And fair young faces all ablush: Perhaps you may have seen, some day, Roses crowding the self-same way, Out of a wilding, way-side bush.

Yet still the wilding flowers would blow, The golden leaves would fall, The seasons come, the seasons go.

O'Shaughnessy, Watts-Dunton, Oscar Wilde, Alfred Gilbert, and, I think Swinburne were there.

We talk of progress, improvement, and advance; but when I think of Henry Irving's Philip, I begin to wonder if Oscar Wilde was not profound as well as witty when he said that a great artist moves in a cycle of masterpieces, of which the last is no more perfect than the first.

The most remarkable men I have known were, without a doubt, Whistler and Oscar Wilde.

" Many people came to see us off at Liverpool, but I only remember seeing Mrs. Langtry and Oscar Wilde.

It was at this time that Oscar Wilde had begun to curl his hair in the manner of the Prince Regent.

Oscar Wilde had ugly teeth, and he was not proud of his mouth.

Well, I was not "disappointed in the Atlantic," as Oscar Wilde was the first to say, though many people have said it since without acknowledging its source.

but so calm That death seemed nothingeven death, The thing we deem every thing heart can think; Amid wilding roses that shed their balm, Careless of Mosby he layin a charm!