So was Louis converted; and though the lips of the scorner Spared not in after-years the subtle taunt and derision, (What time, meeker grown, his heart held his hand from its answer,) Not the less lofty and pure her love and her faith that had saved him, Not the less now discerned was her inspiration from heaven By the people, that rose, and embracing, and weeping together, Poured forth their jubilant songs of victory and of thanksgiving, Till from the embers leaped the dying flame to behold them, And the hills of the river were filled with reverberant echoes,-- Echoes that out of the years and the distance stole to me hither, While I moved unwilled in the mellow warmth of the weather,-- Echoes that mingled and fainted and fell with the fluttering murmurs In the hearts of the hushing bells, as from island to island Swooned the sound on the wide lagoons into palpitant silence.
A gunshot in these narrow glens would reverberate like a cannon.
At about midnight he was awakened by a terrific peal of thunder, which re-echoed and reverberated through the canon in a most magnificently awful manner.
Every lash inflicted is a tongue of flame; every prison a more illustrious abode; every burned book or house enlightens the world; every suppressed or expunged word reverberates through the earth from side to side.
The prize of Paris-- Paris the great and beautiful--seemed to be within their grasp, and the news of its fall would come as a thunderstroke of fate to the French and British peoples, reverberating eastwards to Russia as a dread proof of German power.
What affected the stranded traveler the most was the noise overhead, the reverberation inducing a feeling of alarm that huge masses of rock were being displaced from their lofty eminence thousands of feet above his head, and were rushing down upon him.
It seemed to fill the whole arch of heaven with its reverberations and to flood the valley with the sense of companionship.
President Roosevelt, that magnificent reverberator of ideas, that gleam of wilful humanity, that fantastic first interruption to the succession of machine-made politicians at the White House, has echoed clearly to this movement and made it an integral part of the general intellectual movement of America.
Melting for rolls being mostly conducted in reverberatories, the variations in the condition of the furnace atmosphere, altering from reducing to oxidizing, and vice versa, in cases of bad stoking and different fuels, were referred to as occasionally affecting results.
May that light, brighter than Bolognian Phosphorus, Preserve him from the Athanor, Empyreuma, and Reverberatory Furnace of the other world, Depurate him from the Faeces and Scoria of this, Highly Rectify and Volatilize, his aethereal spirit, Bring it over the Helm of the Retort of this Globe, place in a proper Recipient or Crystalline orb, Among the elect of the Flowers of Benjamin; never to be saturated till the General Resuscitation, Deflagration, Calcination, and Sublimation of all things.
I do not strain at the position- It is familiar-but at the author's drift; Who, in his circumstance, expressly proves That no man is the lord of anything, Though in and of him there be much consisting, Till he communicate his parts to others; Nor doth he of himself know them for aught Till he behold them formed in th' applause Where th' are extended; who, like an arch, reverb'rate The voice again; or, like a gate of steel Fronting the sun, receives and renders back His figure and his heat.
Answer my life my judgment, Thy youngest daughter does not love thee least, Nor are those empty-hearted whose low sound Reverbs no hollowness.
Trotter Cases, Mud Pipes, and Boot Kiv'ers, carved to fit any Pins, and turned out slap.--(Verbatim et literatim copy.)
Illustration: A TRAPPER'S HOME BY THE RIVERBANK.
He saw that same look many times afterward in the eyes of these women of the riverbanks--as the white troops moved past.
The lower bank is bordered by poplar trees, and here and there plots of land have been recovered from the riverbed for tillage and the growth of that harsh red wine which seems to harden and thicken the men of Aragon.
MANDRAKE renders feelingly the summer uplands and groves, and SILVERBARK the melancholy autumnal woods.
There was Owen, of Silverberg, Owen & Company--a large grocery firm with several branch stores.
When asked to conjugate a French verb, they hear it pronounced mentally but do not see it on the page.
S. Teverbaugh and H.I. Vance were territorial printers, and were both in the army, but served in regiments outside the state.
Such weather conjurings as we have spoken of are ascribed by Ovid to Circe: "Concipit illa preces, et verba venefica dicit; Ignotosque Deos ignoto carmine adorat, * * * * Tunc quoque cantato densetur carmine caelum, Et nebulas exhalat humus.
Preachers, on finding out that the effort at verbal education could not convey Christian truths to an undeveloped mind, overcame the opposition in their localities and taught the colored people as before.
Verbal or participial noun, (see Participial, &c.) --Verbal forms used substantively, by poet pecul.
Note Verbale transmise personnellement par l'Ambassadeur d'Autriche-Hongrie a St.-Petersbourg au Ministre des Affaires Etrangeres le 11/24 Juillet 1914 a 10 heures du matin.
Vu l'impossibilite d'y arriver a temps, je lui ai telegraphie notre proposition de prolonger le delai de l'ultimatum et l'ai repetee verbalement au Baron Macchio.
It is the fashion to decry scholastic distinctions as useless subtleties, or mere phantoms--'entia logica, vel etiam verbalia solum'.
But far more regal than any descendant of Charlemagne, more haughty than any Mogul of the East, and almost mysterious and voiceless in his authority as the Great Spirit of the Five Nations, the Commodore deigns not to verbalise his commands; they are imparted by signal.
We are told that "turtles passion their voices" (p. 15); that "an arbour was nested" (p. 23); and a lady's locks "gordian'd" up (p. 32); and to supply the place of nouns thus verbalised Mr. Keats, with great fecundity, spawns new ones; such as "men-slugs and human serpentry" (p. 14); "honey-feel of bliss" (p. 45); "wives prepare needments" (p. 13)--and so forth.
In the place of book-learning, which disgusts him by its smell of the closet, its continued prating of Aristotle, and its self-exhaustion in useless verbalism, Sanchez desires to substitute a knowledge of things.
'We are told that turtles passion their voices; that an arbour was nested, and a lady's locks gordianed up; and, to supply the place of the nouns thus verbalized, Mr. Keats, with great fecundity, spawns new ones, such as men-slugs and human serpentry, the honey-feel of bliss, wives prepare needments, and so forth.
Then is it not substantiall knowledge (as it is in him) but verball, and fantasticall for Omnia in illa ille complexu tenet.
Some of the reasoning is almost verbally identical with Condorcet's.
How do Priestley and others pretend to distinguish between the participial and the substantive use of verbals in ing?
According to Bezold's investigation, Verbalsuffixformen als Alterskriterien babylonisch-assyrischer Inschriften (Heidelberg Akad.
The mentioning of these parts is called CONJUGATING THE VERB."--Analyt.
The principal parts of a sentence are usually three; namely, the SUBJECT, or nominative,--the attribute, or finite VERB,--and the case put after, or the OBJECT governed by the verb: as, "Crimes deserve punishment."
Gegenwaertig ist noch die Untersuchung darueber im Zuge, dass die Sokolvereine Serbiens analoge Vereinigungen der Monarchie bestimmten, sich mit ihnen in einem bisher geheim gehaltenen Verbande zu vereinigen.
mere atheists, and which the common proverb amongst them approves, "The worst Christians of Italy are the Romans, of the Romans the priests are wildest, the lewdest priests are preferred to be cardinals, and the baddest men amongst the cardinals is chosen to be pope," that is an epicure, as most part the popes are, infidels and Lucianists, for so they think and believe; and what is said of Christ to be fables and impostures, of heaven and hell, day of judgment, paradise, immortality of the soul, are all, "Rumores vacui, verbaque inania, Et par sollicito fabula somnio."
I remember one evening in her own home in Dorset, when four of us were engaged in a game of verbarium, two against two--the opposite party were gaining rapidly.
A. +A-+, prefix (1), adding intensity to the notion of the verb.--AS.
Utile imprimis noctu faciem illinire sanguine leporino, et mane aqua fragrorum vel aqua floribus verbasci cum succo limonum distillato abluere.
Liquid, as syrups of poppy, verbasco, violets, roses.
From time immemorial, the Verbascum thapsus, or great mullein, has been a trusted popular remedy, in Ireland, for the treatment of the above formidable malady.
And the conversations I can reproduce almost verbatim, for, according to my invariable habit, I kept full notes of all he said.
Thus it is perceived from the letter, which is printed verbatim-- 1.
Then--to quote him verbatim--"there came a great roarin' from in undernath of it, Sor, an' a black divil of an infantryman shoved his head up through the bricks an' drew down sivin curses on me for pullin' the roof off his house.
They are printed 'verbatim'--without alteration from the original edition--the date of which is too remote to be judiciously acknowledged.--E. A. P. (1845).
He fished and hunted; many times the forest guards nearly caught him and were on the point of drawing up proces-verbaux against him.
Quel verbe ressemble a pleurer?
The paperhanger's wife verbed better than she knew.