And would not an aunt protect her kinswoman?--Abominable wretch!
Her cheeks flushed as she waited, and her eyes filled with tears; it was a soft, warm, round face, with coaxing, kissable lips, a smooth, low brow and the gentlest of hazel eyes: not a pretty face, excepting in its lovely childishness and its hints of womanly graces; some of the girls said she was homely.
True, no truth and no reality are wholly 'objective,' in the sense of wholly indifferent to our action; but to say that the human and 'subjective' factor in all knowledge must be taken into account does not preclude our apprehending and measuring an 'objective' world as real as, and more knowable than, any other theory can offer.
Army Veterinary Colonels from other Divisions are the sort of chaps you want, and some really knowledgeable unofficial civilians--and, as I say, to be in complete ignorance as to ownership.
SYN,--whence Sym, Syl,--means Together: as, syn-tax, a putting-together; sym-pathy, a suffering-together; syl-lable, what we take together; syn-thesis a placing-together.
ARRANGER, mettre en ordre; terminer a l'amiable.
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Here I've been holding you up as a kind of paragon, a fossilized Galahad, with a horizon just at your elbows, to find you touring France, faisant l'aimable with a frolicsome scapegrace in a bolero jacket."
The next evening she reappeared and her return was celebrated by an original poem written by no less a personage than the Abbe Regnier-Desmarais, who read it to the friends assembled around her chair: "Clusine qui dans tous les temps Eut de tous les honnetes gens L'amour et l'estime en partage: Qui toujours pleine de bon sens Sut de chaque saison de l'age Faire a propos un juste usage: Qui dans son entretien, dont on fut enchante Sut faire un aimable alliage De l'agreable badinage, Avec la politesse et la solidite, Et que le ciel doua d'un esprit droit et sage, Toujours d'intelligence avec la verite, Clusine est, grace au ciel, en parfaite sante."
There exists a habitable land,--habitable for two!
At last Mr. Jelf, tired with being routed in so ruthless a manner, cried in a lamentable voice,-- "Pray, pray, Mr. Lockwood!"
Now, by two-headed Janus, Nature hath fram'd strange fellows in her time: Some that will evermore peep through their eyes, And laugh like parrots at a bag-piper; And other of such vinegar aspect That they'll not show their teeth in way of smile Though Nestor swear the jest be laughable.
Faith--that's rather a lauchable idea.
I beg you will assure the Honorable Trustees of my humble respects, and that I will attach myself to render them and their laudable undertaking all the service in my power.
And then he is so certain that he is right: he can look down with so much good-humoured superiority on past and present, alike on what he calls "l'effroyable aventure du moyen age," and on the march of modern society to the dead level of "Americanism."
But all its golden ores had flown, probably frightened off by the old fellow of L'diable au Port.
When the lesson comes, if it does come, I suppose it will come in some learnable shape; and till then, I must shift for myself-- and if self-dependence he a punishable sin, I shall, at all events, have plenty of company whithersoever I go.
The voices of boys lecturing upon every lecturable topic, resounded in every part of the island.
A people must be worked up to a certain point in their dispositions and understandings before they can be affected by highly civilized legislation.... It is only individual exertions, and the personal superintendence of wise and good men, that can ever drill the Irish people into a legislatable state.... One or two things, however, seem to me pretty certain-- 1.
L'honorable partie de campagne.
above the usual duties leviable upon servants.
Perhaps it is from some general notion of their impropriety, that several words of this doubtful character have already become obsolete, or are gradually falling into disuse: as, accustomable, chanceable, concordable, conusable, customable, behoovable, leisurable, medicinable, personable, powerable, razorable, shapable, semblable, vengeable, veritable.
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--always implies a governing word, --how taken by compounds --liable to be added to adjunct of the former noun --whether it can be rightly added to separate adjectives, ("The GUILTY'S prayer,") --which noun of connected possessives takes --Poss.
L'incroyable odyssee de Martin Guerre.
Sleep is now popularly known to be coextensive with Life,--inseparable from vital existence of whatever grade.
To the Valcours it was a means to all kinds of ends, as truly as commerce or the industries, and yet they were so fragrantly likable that to call them accomplices seems outrageous--clogs the pen.
To have read this book is to have met an extremely likeable personality in the author.
Down at the liver'-stable the boys were talkin' about Siner goin' to git married, an' dern if old man Renfrew didn't git cut up about it!"
"In the same connection he characterizes nitrogen as a substance 'not condensible under fifty atmospheres,' leaving the reader to infer that the preceding ingredient on the list, oxygen, is condensible (liquefiable) within that limit of pressure, and that nitrogen becomes liquid at or above it; whereas neither oxygen nor nitrogen has ever yet been compressed into a liquid, although a force of more than fifty times fifty atmospheres has been brought to act upon them."
If the mother has neglected her obvious duty in training her son to be a livable portion of humanity, who but the girls must take up her lost opportunities?
In the first cloisters, which are more liveable-in than the ordinary Florentine cloisters, having a great shady tree in the midst with a seat round it, and flowers, are the Fra Angelicos I have mentioned.
A l'epoque ou il conduisait les troupes indisciplinees de la Ligue contre l'infatigable Henri IV, son extreme gloutonnerie l'a fait un jour battre a plate couture.
Titheable, subject to the payment of tithes; Saleable, vendible, fit for sale; Loseable, possible to be lost; Sizeable, of reasonable bulk or size.
Lodgable, a. Capable of affording a temporary abode.
Not all of the sensations, however, are intense enough to be localizable, some being so vague that we merely say we are "tired all over."
the spheroidal condition being no longer maintainable, steam is generated with rapidity, and the cork will be projected from the mouth of the flask with great force.
Tithable, subject to the payment of tithes; Salable, vendible, fit for sale; Losable, possible to be lost; Sizable, of reasonable bulk or size.
Mitchell des Etats Unis est du l'honneur d'avoir la premiere decouvert la comete telescopique qui aujourd'hui porte son nom, que votre Majeste ne trouvera point dans la reserve louable qui empecha cette jeune demoiselle de se precipiter a la poursuite d'une renommee publique, une cause suffisante de lui refuser le prix de sa brilliante decouverte; mais qu'au contraire elle donnera l'ordre de lui expedier la medaille, autant comme une recompense due a ses eminents talents scientifiques, que pour temoigner combien votre Majeste sait apprecier cette modestie charmante qui s'opposa a ce que Mlle.
To the end therefore that the people of that nation may knowe that it is not the intention of the Parliament to extirpat that wholl nation, but that mercie and pardon both as to life and estate may bee extended to all husbandmen, plowmen, labourers, artificers, and others of the inferior sort, in manner as is heereafter declared, they submitting themselves to the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England and liveing peaceably and obediently vnder their governement, and that others alsoe of a higher ranke and quality may knowe the Parliament's intention concerning them according to the respective demerits and considerations under which they fall, Bee it enacted and declared by this present Parliament and by the authority of the same, That all and every person and persons of the Irish nation comprehended in any of the following Qualifications shal bee lyable vnto the penalties and forfeitures herein mentioned and contained or bee made capable of the mercy and pardon therein extended respectively according as is heereafter expressed and declared, that is to saye, 1.
Mable Chesley Kahmann (A); 17Mar59; R233076.
Alas, alas, looking abroad over Irish difficulties, Mosaic sweating-establishments, French barricades, and an anarchic Europe, is it not as if all the populations of the world were rising or had risen into incendiary madness;--unable longer to endure such an avalanche of forgeries, and of penalties in consequence, as had accumulated upon them?
The spear was set up in front of the temple of Jupiter Stator, and the property of Cnaeus Pompeius Magnus--(miserable that I am, for even now that my tears have ceased to flow, my grief remains deeply implanted in my heart,)--the property, I say, of Cnaeus Pompeius the Great was submitted to the pitiless, voice of the auctioneer.
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Certainly I had never striven to be lovable.
It's too bad she's down to marry that horrid little Brabetz," she said to herself, with a sudden wistful glance at the proud, vibrant, loveable creature ahead. "
* * * * * LONDON LYRICS.--TABLE TALK.
For the city of Constantinople you shall vnderstand that it is matchable with any city in Europe, as well in bignesse as for the pleasant situation thereof, and commodious traffike and bringing of all maner of necessary prouision of victuals, and whatsoeuer els mans life for the sustentation thereof shall require, being seated vpon a promontory, looking toward Pontus Euxinus vpon the Northeast, and to Propontis on the Southwest, by which two seas by shipping is brought great store of all maner of victuals.
the nominal essence of gold is that complex idea the word gold stands for, let it be, for instance, a body yellow, of a certain weight, malleable, fusible, and fixed.