I say, the spiritual hunger will reawaken; and woe to us who really understand and love the Church of England; woe to us who are really true to her principles, honestly subscribe her formulas, if we cannot appease it in that day.
Louis made no secret of his satisfaction at the firmness which she had evinced, and displayed towards her a confidence and respect by which she was assured that his prejudices were shaken; but the sudden apparition of the Cardinal reawakened all her anxiety.
I do not think Mr. Romaine has ever recovered from the reawakening of his appetite.
In her cosmic palace, all is locked in icy repose, naught thriving save the ivy which defies the cold, until the kiss of the golden-haired sun-god reawakens life and activity.
In this design he was handsomely seconded by Betts, in the Martha, who hauled his wind in the wake of the Anne, and carried everything that would draw, in order to keep his station.
The aisles were deep in shadow; not a soul was in the church, and the only sound audible amid the unlovely darkness was that made by the old shoes of some verger or other who was dragging himself about in sulky semiwakefulness.
Sylvia, helpless before the graceful assurance of her friend, heard that she was a silly little unawakened schoolgirl who was throwing away a brilliantly happy and successful life for the queerest and funniest of ignorant notions. "
Laying down the naked sword in the grass, he again took his book, and read and read on, and still read on, and fancied he was locking up her senses all the while in a sleep unwakeable.
Greek, inexperrectus, unwaked or wakeful.
They have wander'd through groves of the west, Illumed with the fire-flies' light; But their native land kindles a charm in each breast, Unwaken'd by regions more bright.
A gathering call ran among the faculties, their bugles sang, their trumpets rang an untimely summons.... "I took a route well known, and went up towards the palatial and royal Haute-Ville; thence the music I heard certainly floated; it was hushed now, but it might rewaken.
Almost she wished that her dream had been undisturbed and that she had not been waked up to the realities.
s., S, PP; +waked+, pp.,
+Wakien+, v. to watch, to awake, S, PP; +waky+, S2; +wakede+, pt.
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27.--Sarah Lamley and Ann Fairbank lodged six nights with us, and I accompanied them to Dirtcar and Wakefield.
Father Connell is not unworthy of association with the Protestant Vicar of Wakefield.--R. Chambers, English Literature, ii.
The Prices owned her and the Wakefields owned her before she was owned by old Jack Walton.
16-- "In Wakefleld there lives a jolly pinder, In Wakefield all on a green," &c. Old copy, monuments.
A more alive and wakeful people are not upon the earth than the citizens of Drowsytown.
"Where my high steeples whilom usde to stand, On which the lordly faulcon wont to towre, There now is but an heap of lyme and sand For the shriche-owle to build her balefull bowre: 130 And where the nightingale wont forth to powre Her restles plaints, to comfort wakefull lovers, There now haunt yelling mewes and whining plovers.
She was resolved upon being unhappy, and during the long hours of that night she tossed wakefully upon her pillow, and when the morning came she was too weak to rise; so she kept her room, listening to the music of the Sabbath bells, which to her seemed sadly saying, "Home, home." "
He waited by her until sleep should come, but her mind had been stirred, and long after he thought she slept she startled him by asking, in a voice of entire wakefulness: "If I am a good little girl, and learn all the right things--then can I be a generation of vipers?"
After such manner he procured the pynner of Wakefyld, friar Tuck, and Scadlock.
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some witchcraft did betray My eyes to so much darkenes; yet my dreame Was full of rapture, such as I with all My wakeing sence would flie to meet.
Footnote 1: The indignity spoken of was this: Mr. Steward had established a grocery and provision store on Buffalo Street, in a part of Abner Wakelee's building, opposite the Eagle Hotel.
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Murder stalks the Wakely family.
Philip Wakem is a personage as little pleasant as picturesque.
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Whoever might be there must aid me to waken Diaz.
Thus, Syr: at noyse of murder, with the tramplinge Of horse and ratlinge armor in the streetes, The villadgers weare wakend from there sleepes; Som gap't out of there windowes, others venter'd Out of theere doores; amongst which I was one That was the foremost, and saw Ritchard stopt At a turninge lane, then overtooke by Jhon; Who not him self alone, but even his horse Backing the tother's beast, seemd with his feete To pawe him from his saddle; att this assault Friar Richard cryes, hold, hold and haunt mee not For I confesse the murder!
Behold my Lord, behold thy headlesse Sonne Blest with a head, the late deceased living; As yet not fully waken'd from the sleepe, My drowsie potion kindled in his braine, But much about this houre the power should cease; And see, he wakes.
One morning, when the proud grain wakened, it found itself wet through and through with rain which had fallen in the night, and the next day the sun shone down and warmed it so that it really began to be afraid that it would be obliged to grow too large for its skin, which felt a little tight for it already.
Down the lane of music and chatter and drink he passed slowly, like a man just wakened,--assailed by Oriental noise and smells, jostled by the races of all latitudes and longitudes, surrounded and solitary, unheeded and self-conscious.
Addition +A-wakenen+, v. intrans.
The sentinels have kept their eyes wide open, dread of the scalping-knife being a good wakener, and no sign of any alarm has been seen.
Nothing particular," answered Larry; "but a wakeness has come strong over me, gintlemin, and if you'd have no objection, I'd like to go into the air for a bit."
50:4 The Lord GOD hath given me the tongue of the learned, that I should know how to speak a word in season to him that is weary: he wakeneth morning by morning, he wakeneth mine ear to hear as the learned.
Dar'll be pow'ful wakenin's, an' I ain't seen de Jerus'lum Jump in a mighty long time."
His eyes glowed with the dull fire of wakening excitement; his steps were quick, and yet cautious, every movement in his advance was one of listening and watchful expectancy.
For this dark season wakens up the remembrance of many similar dark seasons which in more cheerful days are quite forgot; and these cheerful days drop out of memory for the time.
+wakepleyes+, ceremonies attending the vigils for the dead,C. +Waken+, v. to be awake, to wake, cease from sleep, S, PP, S2; +woc+, pt.
Before the close of the year Cook took upon himself further responsibilities as set forth in the following extract from the register of St. Margaret's Church, Barking, Essex: "James Cook of ye Parish of St. Paul, Shadwell, in ye County of Middlesex, Bachelor, and Elizabeth Batts, of ye parish of Barking in ye County of Essex, Spinster, were married in this Church by ye Archbishop of Canterbury's Licence, this 21st day of December, one thousand seven hundred and sixty-two, by George Downing, Vicar of Little Wakering, Essex."