hand ye leal and true, John, Your day it's wearin'through, John, And I'll welcome you To the land o' the leal.
He is of a wearish, dry, pale constitution, and cannot sleep for cares and worldly business; his riches, saith Solomon, will not let him sleep, and unnecessary business which he heapeth on himself; or if he do sleep, 'tis a very unquiet, interrupt, unpleasing sleep: with his bags in his arms, ------"congestis undique sacc indormit inhians,"------ And though he be at a banquet, or at some merry feast, "he sighs for grief of heart" (as Cyprian hath it) "and cannot sleep though it be upon a down bed; his wearish body takes no rest," "troubled in his abundance, and sorrowful in plenty, unhappy for the present, and more unhappy in the life to come."
All she said to me I will not now repeat, lest I should render this letter too wearisome to read, though a great deal of it was strange enough to be well worth repetition.
To be compelled, week after week, and year after year, to recite the symbols of ancient faith and lift up his voice in the echoes of old hopes, with the blighting thought in his soul that the faith is a lie, and the hope no more than the folly of the crowd; to read hundreds of times in a twelvemonth with solemn unction as the inspired word of the Supreme what to him are meaningless as the Abracadabras of the conjuror in a booth; to go on to the end of his days administering to simple folk holy rites of commemoration and solace, when he has in his mind at each phrase what dupes are those simple folk and how wearisomely counterfeit their rites: and to know through all that this is really to be the one business of his prostituted life, that so dreary and hateful a piece of play-acting will make the desperate retrospect of his last hours--of a truth here is the very Greek: bdhelygma tes eremhoseos, the abomination of desolation of the human spirit indeed.
hath some notable examples of such counterfeit cranks, and every village almost will yield abundant testimonies amongst us; we have dummerers, Abraham men, &c. And that which is the extent of misery, it enforceth them through anguish and wearisomeness of their lives, to make away themselves; they had rather be hanged, drowned, &c., than to live without means.
cautiously, S; +wearliche+, S; +warly+, H; +warli+, W. Der.:
Bede, whose virtues obtained him the appellation of the Venerable, was born in 672 at Wearmouth and Jarrow, in the bishopric of Durham, and died in 735.
wearnian, from wearn, adenial, refusal.
His "Robinson Crusoe" shows mo' wear'n tear'n what my Testament does, I'm ashamed to say.
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WEARNER, ALONZO J. The art of personal evangelism.
wearnian, from wearn, adenial, refusal.
The proud Gladstone dresses like a Methodist minister, and does not seem to care what kind of a hat he wears.
Then, when the girl saw how the case stood, she called for beautiful things, such as a malaki wears,--fine hemp trousers, beaded jacket, good war-shield and brass-bound spear, ear-plugs of pure ivory, and eight necklaces of beads and gold.
No longer need vessels of heavy tonnage desert the Tyne for the Wear, as they were perforce driven to do during the first half of the nineteenth century, for the Wearsiders had set about deepening and widening their river long before the Tynesiders did the same by theirs.
For thou the garland wearst successively.
Upon thy head thou wear'st a glorious crown, All set with virtues, polished with renown: Thence round about a silver veil doth fall Of crystal light, mother of colours all.
You remember the old witchcraft revival of '92, and how stout Master Robert Calef, trader, of Boston, had the pluck to tell the ministers and judges what a set of fools and worse than fools they were-- Remember it?--said the little man.--I don't think I shall forget it, as long as I can stretch this forefinger to point with, and see what it wears.--There was a ring on it.
And I what thou weart borne too, that's a halter.
And by the heyre I'l dragge them as myne owne, Wear't from the holly alter.
wear,--the pretty honeymoon costume that suggests, that suggests--well!
How do you do, Lady Wearwell--how do?
A feeling of dreary loss, of a long, weary life from which all the flowers had vanished, a sort of tender self-pity, filled my heart.
Talk thy tongue weary- speak.
Thus leave the sermon dreary, Thus leave the lonely hearth; No more a spirit weary-- A free one of the earth!
My Father--I pray thee--I am very weary----" XXIV The nuncio had declared that Venice no longer required his services and had withdrawn, with every ceremony of punctilious and honorable dismissal, to Rome, from whence the Venetian ambassador presently went forth without the customary compliments.
He never grows weary,-- Hear!
The story is old and weary;-- Ah, child!
STAR OF WISDOM Star that of the birth of Vishnu, Birth of Krishna, Buddha, Jesus, Told the wise ones, Heavenward looking, Waiting, watching for thy gleaming In the darkness of the night-time, In the starless gloom of midnight; Shining Herald of the coming Of the kingdom of the righteous; Teller of the Mystic story Of the lowly birth of Godhead In the stable of the passions, In the manger of the mind-soul; Silent singer of the secret Of compassion deep and holy To the heart with sorrow burdened, To the soul with waiting weary:-- Star of all-surpassing brightness, Thou again dost deck the midnight; Thou again dost cheer the wise ones Watching in the creedal darkness, Weary of the endless battle With the grinding blades of error; Tired of lifeless, useless idols, Of the dead forms of religions; Spent with watching for thy shining; Thou hast ended their despairing; Thou hast lighted up their pathway; Thou hast brought again the old Truths To the hearts of all thy Watchers; To the souls of them that love thee Thou dost speak of Joy and Gladness, Of the peace that comes of Sorrow.
WINONA.................................................... Miss FLORA MacMADISON..................................... BIDDY FLAHERTY........................................... OLD AUNT DINAH (with Song, "Don't Get Weary").............Miss NINA SALLY HOSKINS............................................. SAVILLE (With the old-time melody, "Bobbin' Around.")
All day through dark forests and over reedy swamps they had made their way and now at nightfall, tired and wayworn, they rested on the ridgy hill which has ever since been known by the name of Wearyall.
And such was the beginning of the romance which was to go through the normal stages,--the appointment to meet again, the meeting itself, the others that followed, the extension of the moonlight walks, sometimes to the Hunter's Bog between Arthur's Seat and Salisbury Crags, and sometimes to the song-famed "Wells o' Weary,"--all which were just as sun and shower to the germ of the plant.
Boys like Cupids Stood fanning with their painted Wings the Winds That play'd about her Face; but if she smil'd, A darting Glory seemed to blaze abroad, That Men's desiring Eyes were never weary'd, But hung upon the Object.
No, we are not tyerd, yet we may be wearye, and yet he that spurrs me for a tyerd jade I may chaunce kycke hym in the dark.
"It's a wearyfu' thing that whisky," said Thomas. "
It was a wearyful job, but by dint of shutting myself up all day I did manage to get through with it.
You're nae doot wearyin' to tak the road, man.
A pleasant labour shall be mine in glorifying this land where of old the Myrmidons dwelt, whose ancient meeting-place Aristokleides through thy favour hath not sullied with reproach by any softness in the forceful strife of the pankration; but a healing remedy of wearying blows he hath won at least in this fair victory in the deep-lying plain of Nemea.
He had been "not wearyingly faithful," like the rest of his world, that was all.
Ganelon, no, but in love with my knowne vertues.--Hould, theres your yarde gives hys coate & a halfe of somers wearynge.
For lovely is its proper epithet; it is not grand, not exciting--so much the better; it is scenery to live and die in; scenery to settle in, and study a single landscape, till you know every rock, and walnut-tree, and vine-leaf by heart: not merely to run through in one hasty steam-trip, as you now do, in a long burning day, which makes you not "drunk"--but weary--"with excess of beauty."
A treaty between the United States and the Delawares, Pottawatamies, Miamis, Eel-rivers, and Weas.
Now hereupon the archer's gloom was lifted and he strode along singing softly 'neath his breath; yet, in a while he frowned, sudden and fierce: "As for that foul knave Gurth--ha, methinks I had been wiser to slit his roguish weasand, for 'tis in my mind he may live to discover our hiding place to our foes, and perchance bring down Red Pertolepe to Hundleby Fen."
We talked a good deal about the little Indian boy, and I got to love White Weasel long before he appeared in print as John Ermine.
all the Mac Quithens are bold When it's only with women they'll war Weasels that creep in the dark!
WEASELS.--Who they are who appear at a distance in the spiritual world like weasels, 514.
Mean, weasen-faced, poor white Georgians, who were able to show testimonials of their having produced large crops with a small number of hands, and who could tell to a fraction how long a slave could be worked on a given quantity of corn, also put in their claims for consideration.