womanly--as I hope no one would call a pair of trousers essentially
And as the telephone is essentially
the instrument of co-working and interdependent people, it found itself suddenly welcomed as the most popular and indispensable of all the agencies that put men in touch with each other.
I use these terms to distinguish this last case from another which might appear to resemble it, but which would, in fact, be essentially
different; I mean where the exercise of a concurrent jurisdiction might be productive of occasional interferences in the POLICY of any branch of administration, but would not imply any direct contradiction or repugnancy in point of constitutional authority.
Each of them would have its commerce with foreigners to regulate by distinct treaties; and as their productions and commodities are different and proper for different markets, so would those treaties be essentially
So often and so essentially
have we heretofore suffered from the want of secrecy and despatch, that the Constitution would have been inexcusably defective, if no attention had been paid to those objects.
To them the whole sex, from queens of France to milliners, are essentially
depraved, licentious, intriguing, not a little rascally, fundamentally deceitful, and incapable of thought about anything but trifles.
That brightness is of an essentially
Thus in the music of the flute and of the lyre, 'harmony' and rhythm alone are employed; also in other arts, such as that of the shepherd's pipe, which are essentially
similar to these.
They are essentially
the art works of an older school than that of the Seven Sages.
Then I will go to the governor of Algeria; he has a royal heart, and is essentially
a soldier; I will tell him my gloomy story.
The former definition does indeed apply to all relatives, but the fact that a thing is explained with reference to something else does not make it essentially
As to King Charles, the question must be viewed differently; in receiving and aiding him, France will censure the acts of the English nation, and thus so essentially
harm England, and especially the well-being of the government, that such a proceeding will be equivalent to pronounced hostilities.
A man who bestrides a horse must be essentially
different from a man who cowers in a canoe.
an obsolete, essentially
meaningless exclamation, like "I swear
Further recognition will follow in due course; but essentially
a Landfall, good or bad, is made and done with at the first cry of "Land ho