It is impossible to give the merest outline of the history of Salisbury without first referring to that of Old Sarum, or Sorbiodunum, two miles to the north.
Say you so?--Renounce me, Sir!
Enthusiasm,--"an excellent good word until it was ill-sorted,"--found vent in various shapes that were justly feared and suspected by many of the clergy, even by those to whom "a reasonable religion" was far from being "so very reasonable as to have nothing to do with the heart and affections."
Joe called some of them the Souadneunk mountains.
a woman shoe-seller,P. +Souenaunce+, sb.
And--oh, yes,--lots of times we sung 'Amazin' Grace, how sweet de soun' dat saves a race like me.'
It is based not on a Koranic injunction, but on the "Souna" or record of the Prophet's "custom" or usages, which forms an authoritative precedent in Moslem ritual.
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.,
The 1st title was liable to this objection, that if you were disposed to enlarge it, and the bookseller insisted on its appearance in Two Tomes, how oddly it would sound-- A Volume of Verse in Two Volumes 2d edition &c-- You see thro' my wicked intention of curtailing this Epistolet by the above device of large margin.
Their shadowy forms are floating round, In parlor and in hall; They come and go without a sound,-- As night dews gently fall.
Thy wonders in that god-like age, Fill thy recording Sister's page;-- 'Tis said, and I believe the tale, Thy humblest reed could more prevail, Had more of strength, diviner rage, Than all which charms this laggard age, E'en all at once together found Cecilia's mingled world of sound;-- O bid our vain endeavours cease: Revive the just designs of Greece: Return in all thy simple state!
while the sad sounds murmur round, Hark, from the Temple-porch, the cries!-- A wild, confused, tumultuous sound!-- Dead the divine Pelides lies!
Brief and bitter the debate: "Here's the English at our heels; would you have them take in tow All that's left us of the fleet, linked together stern and bow, For a prize to Plymouth Sound?-- Better run the ships aground!"
Safe, no doubt on't--but how sound.-- Gay.
'When griping grief the heart doth wound, And doleful dumps the mind oppress, Then music with her silver sound'- Why 'silver sound'?
Ui, an improper diphthong, has the sound--1.
The moon was rising broad, and yellow, but it was low as yet, and "King Arthur" stood in impenetrable gloom,--as any other thorough-going, self-respecting conspirator should; and now, all at once, from this particular patch of shadow, there came a sudden sound,--a rushing sound,--a chinking, clinking, metallic sound, and, thereafter, a crisp rustling that was not the rustling of ordinary paper.
lovely lies he on the bier, above the purple pall, The flower of all Granada's youth, the loveliest of them all; His dark, dark eyes are closed, his rosy lip is pale, The crust of blood lies black and dim upon his burnished mail, And evermore the hoarse tambour breaks in upon their wailing, Its sound is like no earthly sound--"Alas!
His duty to make her new life bright for her was all the more plain and all the more sound,--and as they made their first journey together he explained to her how sacred that duty should always be to him.
Then, if thou see aught moving, wake me up.--I wish I had a thimbleful of powder to make this whistle sound'--and he took Maskew's silver-butted pistol again from his bosom, and handled it lovingly,--'tis like my evil luck to carry fire-arms thirty years, and leave them at home at a pinch like this.'
what a sound!--art's pond'rous fabric reels, Beneath machinery's ten thousand wheels; Loud falls the stamp, the whirling lathes resound, And engines heave, while hammers clatter round: What labour forges, patient art refines, Till bright as dazz'ling day metallic beauty shines.
All that certainly is explicit and sound,--as sound as Basil the Great, as St. Augustine, or as Thomas Aquinas!
The board, with varied plenty crown'd, May spare the luxuries of soundb.
Which interrupts the festive scene?--their country?--transporting sound!--Behold!
Sure, presidential debates are conducted in soundbites today and not the days-long oratory extravaganzas of the Lincoln-Douglas debates, but people manage to pay attention to the 24-month-long presidential campaigns from start to finish.
between his four planks, I suppose," she replied, thinking of the Soundboat's berth, which probably contained the gentleman designated.
The Metamorphoses of Ovid, for instance, though it consisted of fayned Fables for the most part, and poeticall inventions, yet being moralized according to his meaning, and the trueth of every tale beeing discovered, it is a worke of exceeding wysedome and sounde judgment and the rest of his writings are mixed with much good counsayle and profitable lessons, if they be wisely and narrowly read.
"Rap-a-tap," sounded on the door, "Rap-a-tap."
Thenot," the final t is sounded.)--John Fletcher, The Faithful Shepherdess (1610). (
"Suddenly the tattoo sounded,--not loud and shrill, as on ordinary occasions, but in a subdued and cautious manner, as if fearful of being heard by the British, whose white tents might be seen in the distance.
His mind was great and powerful, without being of the very first order; his penetration strong, though not so acute as a Newton, Bacon, or Locke; and as far as he saw no judgment was ever sounder.
The minutes dragged leaden-winged, and even the sounders on the despatcher's table were silent.
The rowleing of the drum, The clangor of the trumpet lowde-- Be soundes from heaven that come.
"And also now the sluggard soundest slept."
Whatever melody most sweetly soundeth On earth, and to itself most draws the soul, Would seem a cloud that, rent asunder, thunders, Compared unto the sounding of that lyre Wherewith was crowned the sapphire beautiful, Which gives the clearest heaven its sapphire hue.
Communing with himself in the long, soundful nights of the swamp, he had learned to his astonishment that for the past year his heart had been circling the Limberlost with Freckles.
The pronoun whom is not properly applicable to beasts, unless they are personified: the relative which would therefore, perhaps, have been preferable here, though whom has a better sound.--G. B. "The great difference between men and brutes, in the utterance of sound by the mouth, consists in the power of articulation in man, and the entire want of it in brutes.
Her prayers were brief, her toil was long, her sleep was sound,--her virtue firm as the everlasting mountains.
I sat down on a low chair,--the curtains fell about me,--their voices came to me with a low, dreamy sound,--I leaned my head on my hand, and fell asleep.
It seems to me--indeed it do--I mebbe mout be wrong-- That people raly ought to dance, when Chrismus comes along; Des dance bekase dey's happy--like de birds hops in de trees, De pine-top fiddle soundin' to de blowin' ob de breeze.
As he stood before them, laughing and a little flushed, the strain of long fatigue sounding through his gaiety and looking out of his anxious eyes, Mrs. Fairford threw a glance at Bowen and then turned away to ring the bell.
All became still a moment, then they commenced the lofty song: "Silent bending, each one lending To the solemn tones his ear, Hark, the song of songs is sounding-- Back from joyful choir resounding, Hear it, German brothers, hear!
The speech concluded with a passionate peroration and a verse, no doubt declaimed soundingly, of ‘The West’s Awake.’
As the soundings between Mount Adolphus and the Investigator's track to the north of Wednesday and Hammond's Islands had not been previously laid down by Captain Flinders, I determined on passing out that way; and after clearing the channel between Mount Adolphus and Cape York, steered for the North-East end of Wednesday Island, leaving the rock, a, a quarter of a mile to the eastward of our course.
Tuppy, when not making an ass of himself, is a soundish sort of egg.