In the storm of applause that burst upon the dramatic peroration of the ex-district attorney, a man rose from the center of the stage semicircle and lumbered heavily forward to the footlights.
old, whilom, ex-; sb.
Where the deuce is that Ex-- Yardsley (grasping him by the arm and pushing him out).
D. 126, Ex.6.2-4.
exabrupto, m., outburst, excess, violence, abruptness, abrupt (or unexpected) remark.
Esto diciendo la buena mujer, que ya conocen nuestros lectores por sus exabruptos de locuacidad, penetro en Santa Ines, abriendose segun costumbre, un camino entre la multitud a fuerza de empellones y codazos.
An extrornry crater is that wee Heelan-man o' mine, gentlemen, he can conduc himsel' as weel's ony Christan man at table, and aft when I'm pennin' a bit rhyme 'thegither, the crater'll lowp up 'ith chair anent me and tak' up a pen, in exac emeetation o' me, and keck into my 'een in his cunnin way, as if he was speering me what to write aboot; he surely maun ha' a feck o' thocht in his heed if are could gar him spak it; but ye ken his horsemanship beats a'.
Quae a coitu exacerbantur.
He said nothing, however, and his conduct greatly astonished me; yet I thought it prudent not to exacerbate the growing moodiness of his temper by any comment.
He contemplated a continually exacerbated Class War, with a millennium of extraordinary vagueness beyond as the reward of the victorious workers.
Globalism, at least as it is envisioned by the more expansionist advocates of free market capitalism, only exacerbates the most dangerously retrograde strains of xenophobia.
It had come to her, an intolerably pathetic messenger and accuser, out of the exacerbating frowsiness of the Cedars.
What had attracted Renzo's attention was but the sudden exacerbation of a chronic disease.
Few among those that crowd in thousands to the legal massacre, and look with carelessness, perhaps with triumph, on the utmost exacerbations of human misery, would then be able to return without horrour and dejection.
Ad haec perpetranda furore rapti ducuntur, cruciatus quosvis tolerant, et mortem, et furore exacerbato audent et ad supplicia plus irritantur, mirum est quantam habeant in tormentis patientiam.
"Well, I can't say exackerley, but I know it's somewhere near 'Ampstid-'eath!"
Say exackly what I say, Roddy, and if you don't--well, you better, because you'll see!
Of co'se Mary Elizabeth, she ain't to say got Sonny's thoughts, exac'ly, where it comes to sech a thing ez book-writin', but he says she's a heap better educated 'n what he is.
Nothing in the world is exact, or final.
The day Steve left you said almost exact--" "Con--?
A soul in hell,"--the parson believes in hell, I take it, because he can't help himself; but he has that solemn, tender way of preaching it as makes you feel he wouldn't have so much as a chicken get there if he could help it,--"a lost soul," says the parson (I don't know as I get the words exact),--"a soul that has gone and been and got there of its own free will and choosing would be as like as not to haul another soul alongside if he could.
Post vero exactam tertiam leucam, coepit nobis augeri lux aeris, ex quo animosiores effecti, in vno tranquilliori loco nos parum pausantes, gratias Deo palmis extensis in caelum, reddidimus immensas, et praecipue quod nullus deesset de nouenario numero sociorum.
Sed novimus eodem tempore viri illius maximi non semper accuratissimas esse censuras, nec ad severissimam critices normam exactas: illo judice id plerumque optimum est, quod nunc prae manibus habet, et in quo nunc occupatur."
J'espere que vous m'informerez, quand il vous sera aise, des travaux de votre observatoire, et surtout de ce que l'on aura fait pour l'observation du passage de Venus et la determination exacte de la passage.
He has indeed done nothing towards the fulfilment of his vow; but the way in which he made the vow, the terms in which he exacted from his companions their promise of silence, and his scheme for eluding suspicion, combine to show that from the first he perceived its fulfilment would be hard, saw the obstacles in his way, and knew it would require both time and caution.
In consequence, the real command of the royal forces was given to Marsin, a foreigner; an oath of fidelity to Spain was, with the consent of Charles, exactedb from the officers and soldiers; and in a few days James was first requested and then commandedc by his brother to dismiss Berkeley.
Je dois vous dire tout d'abord, lui dit-elle, que je puis tout supporter, excepte qu'on me replique--Madame est exactement comme moi, repondit la domestique, nous nous entendrons tres bien."
To say that to his poetry in supreme degree belong the qualities of force, of vividness, often of impressive weight, of a lofty style, seeming to be the expression of a like personality, of a mastery of rhythm and metre and imaginative diction, of a profoundly Hellenic spirit modified by an unmistakable individuality, above all of a certain sweep and swiftness as of the flight of an eagle's wing--to say all this would be to suggest some of the most obvious features of these triumphal odes; and each of these qualities, and many more requiring exacter delineation, might be illustrated with numberless instances which even in the faint image of a translation would furnish ample testimony.
Respect him not so; for as he is a Gentleman he is noble; as he is wealthily furnished with true knowledge, he is rich, and therein adorn'd with the exactest complements belonging to everlasting noblenesse.
Know therefore that God exacteth of thee less than thine iniquity deserveth.
Between sleeping and waking the boy forgot all about the iron self-control he practised for Grim's exacting sake.
It was received by the Northern States with angry and resentful condemnation and complaint, because it did not concede all which they had exactingly demanded.
But on the other hand, it must be remembered that her standard of exactingness was 'high, and some of the things that in her eyes it was merely culpable to leave undone might be counted by others among virtues of supererogation.
I should have liked to have called upon the kind old Captain; but Forster was unconscionably exacting,--there was no getting away from him."
Now contrast this legal exaction of labor from CONVICTS with the exaction from slaves as established by the preceding testimony.
Whereas Aristotle notes, Novae exactiones, nova onera imposita, new burdens and exactions daily come upon them, like those of which Zosimus, lib.
Our old Major seemed to be civil and lenient, but in some districts the exactions and extortions of the rulers have driven many of the hard-working Nepaulese over the border into our territory.
All that Society has a right to demand is peaceful submission to its exactions:--consent they have neither the power nor the right to exact or to imply.
Every gentleman pays to the government more than two thirds of his estate, by various exactions.--This assertion is received, I see, with surprise, by some, whose ample patrimonies have exempted them from the necessity of nice computations, and with an affected appearance of contempt by others, who, instead of paying taxes, may be said to receive them, and whose interest it is to keep the nation ignorant of the causes of its misery, and to extenuate those calamities by which themselves are enriched.
In view of the importance of examinations, then, it is natural that they be regarded with considerable fear and trepidation, and it is important that we devise what rules we can for meeting their exactious demands with greatest ease and effectiveness.
Then might be applied to Africa those words, originally used indeed with a different view: His demum exactis------ Devenere locos laetos, et amoena vireta Fortunatorum nemorum, sedesque beatas; Largior hic campos aether et lumine vestit Purpureo.
He forgets, however, to say that a quantity of Cook's manuscripts had been in his father's hands, and does not explain how so much of his book corresponds with curious exactitude with that of Cook (in many cases word for word), and how, when the papers of Cook failed to provide him with further facts, he was obliged to rely on would-be philosophical dissertations which it is to be hoped were not obtained from his father's notebooks.
of religious speculation, but soon descended to occupy himself with the exactitudes of science.
"He being thus lorded, Not only with what my revenue yielded, But what my power might else exact,--like one Who having unto truth by telling of it Made such a sinner of his memory To credit his own lie,--he did believe He was indeed the Duke."
Fields are laid waste, villas are plundered, matrons, virgins, well born boys are carried off and given up to the soldiery, and Marcus Antonius has done exactly the same wherever he has led his army.
"I don't think it would be exactly--" A stern glance from the Bonnie Lassie cut short the refusal.
Tell them exactly------" Still a little further on, and another officer would lead us to a spot where we could get glimpses of the plain.
Vermorel will seize you by the collar at the moment you are about to open the door and make your escape; and Monsieur Pierre Denis, who used to be a poet as well as a cobbler, will murmur in your ear these verses of Victor Hugo, which, with a few slight modifications, will suit your case exactly:-- "Maintenant il se dit: 'L'empire est chancelant; La victoire est peu sure.'
TOBY-DOG, (gullible) I lick the hand that--yes, that's it exactly.--An awfully pretty expression.
'Exactly;--and I have not told you, because I would not have you bothered with me when I land.