And rise With light in the eyes, And a crown of hope on the brow; And walk in outgoing gladness,-- Not sit in an inward sadness-- As now!
The Glaphur is a brown, round fruit; the skin rather crisp and hard, and of a dull earthy colour, not unlike that of a common boiled potato.
This Archelaus on his father's side belonged to those Archelauses who had contended against the Romans, but on his mother's side was the son of Glaphyra, an hetaera.
Giglot Ginges Glapthorne, quoted; the play of The Lady Mother identical with Glapthorne's Noble Trial Glass, patent for making Gleeke Gods dynes Goll Gondarino Gossips Grandoes Groaning cake Guarded ( = trimmed) Gumd taffety that will not fret (See Nares' Glossary, s., gumm'd velvet.)
Does that purple sunset over Kensington Gardens remind him of Glaramara and Saddleback?
In the following verses will be found the gist of what he told me:-- "If thee true 'Glarcestershire' would know, I'll tell thee how us always zays un; Put 'I' for 'me,' and 'a' for 'o'.
Straightway in silence fell the shaggy cheeks Of him the boatman o'er the livid lake, Around whose eyes glar'd wheeling flames.
Shading his eyes against the glare, Coquenil looked at the shelf and saw that it was supported by two stone brackets.
And occasionally the headlight of a switch engine zigzagged across the tracks--I was afraid I'd be caught in the glare-- "Finally, I saw Warren.
Before you go a step farther you will have to eliminate from all your calculations most of the plants which Watson calls glareal, i.e. found in cultivated ground about habitations.
Lasting but for a moment: but long enough to let him see the whole western heaven transfigured into one sheet of pale blue gauze, and before it Snowdon towering black as ink, with every saw and crest cut out, hard and terrible, against the lightning-glare:--and then the blank of darkness.
He paused again and looked sternly at Slim, and Slim flushed to the eyes and glared straight ahead.
Out of the perverse and totally depraved negative,--where it might almost seem as if some magic and diabolic power had wrenched all things from their proprieties, where the light of the eye was darkness, and the deepest blackness was gilded with the brightest glare,--is to come the true end of all this series of operations, a copy of Nature in all her sweet gradations and harmonies and contrasts.
Its rotundity was first lost, it assumed the semblance of a featureless disk of pallid light, which swiftly widened till it obscured all else, then seemed to advance upon and envelope her bodily, so that she became spiritually a part of it, an atom of identity engulfed in a limpid world of glareless light, light that had had no rays and issued from no source but was circumambient and universal.
+Glaren+, v. to shine brightly, S, SkD. +Glas+, sb.
Footnote 1: e.g. Klemoutsi, Glarentsa (Clarence) and Gastouni--villages of the currant district in Peloponnesos--and Sant-Omeri, the mountain that overlooks them.
And when he gets home he finds a brigade of those literary drummers, known as reporters, sitting on his doorsteps, from beneath whose classic foreheads there glares a wild and hungry eye, to be pacified only by a satisfactory interview.
He's jest glarin' at her."
The licentiousness of wealthy "men about town," the corruption of justice, the abuses of the prison system, the lack of honour concerning marriage--these are some of the "glaring evils" exposed with all the great novelist's power in "Amelia."
But in the corridors that followed the suite, there stood, opposite to each window, a heavy tripod, bearing a brazier of fire, that projected its rays through the tinted glass and so glaringly illumined the room.
If it must be false, let it by all means be gross and glaring,--we shall be the sooner rid of it.
Yet, in that calm secluded spot, and under the cold, pure light which fell so holily, what a hell was weltering and glaring!--what a spectacle was that moon to go down upon!
Illic prata, et pometa, et seruatoria circa deliciosi collis congestum, distincta velut omni genere florum, arborum, et herbarum, cum multis fontibus et riuulis, quorum perspicuitas, et fluxus in glaris suauem et auditui praestabant refectionem, et super aliquos fuerunt exceptioris artificij, circumstructi auro, et argento, et gemmis, et tres principales fontes emittentes ad palatium Domini per occultas conductas, riuulos vini, lactis, et mellis.
Never tasted alc'ol in me life, an' if any man offud me a glarse, d'ye know what I'd dew?"
In Glarus there has been a landslip, and A whole side of the Glaernisch has fallen in.
It was the noon-hour, with hot, glary sun and no wind.
"In Heidelberg beim grossen Fass Da liess sich's froehlich sein, Bei einem vollgefuelten Glas Von edlem Pfaelzer Wein; Den als dies Fass kam einst zum stand Do war ein Jubel in dem Land, Da freut' sich Alles, Gross und Klein, Denn voll war es mit Pfaelzer Wein."
+Glaren+, v. to shine brightly, S, SkD. +Glas+, sb.
In queste voci languide risuona Un non so che di flebile e soave, Che al cor gli serpe, ed ogni sdegno ammorza, E gli occhi a lagrimar gl' invoglia e sforza.
She mumbled it out as usual, so that her employer was forced to guess at a number of words: "Dat nigger, Peter, mus' 'a' busted yo' gl--" "No, he didn't."
I drink a great deal of cold water, and am very gla
Woodsia glabella Hayscented Fern.
Such a tale hath Heinsius of an impotent and slack scholar, a mere student, and a friend of his, that seeing by chance a fine damsel sing and dance, would needs marry her, the match was soon made, for he was young and rich, genis gratus, corpore glabellus, arte multiscius, et fortuna opulentus, like that Apollo in Apuleius.
Footnote 1: This is a decoction of the leaves of the YAUPON, prinus glaber, and is of an exciting, and if taken freely,
P. SERRULATA (syn Crataegus glabra).--Chinese Hawthorn.
allied to glabrata.
It was the unbearded (glabre) face that one sees on coins.
The king, who in the beginning of spring had gone to the Aetolians and had thence made an aimless expedition to Acarnania, on the news of Glabrio's landing returned to his head-quarters to begin the campaign in earnest.
It is important to stress the thymocentric significance of this glabrosity of the face.
It is a tree of 25 feet in height, with nearly rotundate, glabrous leaves on long footstalks, and pretty pinky-white flowers.
opaca, Illicium anisatum, floridanum, religiosum, Indian Azalea, Indigofera Dosua, floribunda, Gerardiana, Itea virginica, Jamesia americana, Japanese Storax, Japan Medlar, or Quince, Jasminum fruticans, humile, nudiflorum, officinale, pubigerum glabrum, revolutum, Wallichianum, Jerusalem Sage, Job's Tears, Judas tree, June Berry, the, Kadsura japonica, Kalmia angustifolia, glauca, hirsuta, latifolia, latifolia vars.,
Footnote 55: That is, after having ascended the mountain to a point some distance beyond the Mer de Glace, to which the party had ascended from Chamouni, Huxley and Tyndall were both engaged in a study of the causes of the movement of glaciers, but Tyndall gave it most attention.
Au meme moment, il se reveilla en sursaut, baigne d'une sueur glacee.
He left on foot, but merely took a walk, and, returning, answered her question by opening his hands and shaking his head, conveying perfectly the statement that the glacerie had refused Lovaina credit because of her debt to it of two hundred francs, and that cash was demanded.
GLACER.--To glaze, or spread upon hot meats, or larded fowl, a thick and rich sauce or gravy, called glaze.
Mounting together, they passed through the state apartments of the King, upon the ceilings and panellings of which Mr. Calvert noted the ever recurring sun-disk, emblem of the Roi Soleil whose sun had set so ingloriously long before; through the Salle de la Guerre, from whose dome that same Sun-King, vanquished so easily by Death, hurled thunder-bolts of wrath before which Spain and Holland cowered in fear; until they at length came into the Galerie des Glaces, where their Majesties were to receive.
The upheaved glacial mud hardened into the soil of modern Norfolk.