+Resownen+, v. to resound; +resowne+, C; +resouned+, pt.
The poor girl started at the sound of his voice, and raising herself on one arm, looked wildly towards him.
--of the class liquids --sound of; do.,
* * * * * XLVIII.--SOUND AND UNSOUND COMMERCE.
the author of the very five-guinea quarto, that lay open, in complimentary exposure, at a plate, up stairs on the drawing-room table--with his round unmeaning face "breathing tranquillity"--sound asleep!
No rotten hollow in his old white-oak trunk;--sound as a ship's mainmast."
This is what logicians call a reductio ad absurdum: an attempt to prove our principle unsound by showing that, fairly carried out, it leads to an absurdity.
A stir in the valley below-- The valley below is with riflemen crammed, Covering the column and watching the foe-- Trumpet-major!--Sound and be d----d!
In 1856, his interest in discovery and a desire to find new country led him to undertake much private exploration, principally on the coastal parts of Queensland, in the district of Broadsound and the Isaacs River.
"Oh, no, he was in his seat,--you know it, at the end of the car,--sound asleep, snoring; I could hear him."
Thornwell's Thorough Treatment of Subject.-- Right Basis.--Sound Argument.--Correct Definitions.--Firmness for Truth.--Newman Smyth's Manual.--Good Beginning and Bad Ending.-- Confusion of Terms.--Inconsistencies in Argument.--Loose Reasoning.
And besides, continued he, "the arbitrary control of a master can never be a preparation for freedom;--sound and wholesome legal restraints are the only preparative."
'Prevail,' said I. 'Fffail,' said she, pronouncing the 'v' with a long fluttering 'f'-sound.
The mutes are eight;--b, d, k, p, q, t, and c and g hard: three of these,--k, q, and c hard,--sound exactly alike: b, d, and g hard, stop the voice less suddenly than the rest.
And, presently, when eighteen hours did have passed since that my sudden awakening to the peril of the Grey Man, I did search about for a place to slumber; for I would keep wisely unto my ruling, and go not over long lacking of sleep; and by this planning I should be the less like to sleep oversound, and so should set my spirit to listen whilst I did sleep; and by so much as my spirit should serve me with faith, should I have safety.
(5) It is almost a proverb--"Sound of body and limb is hale and strong." "