Pierre who had been regarded with patronizing condescension when he was an illegitimate son, and petted and extolled
when he was the best match in Russia, had sunk greatly in the esteem of society after his marriage- when the marriageable daughters and their mothers had nothing to hope from him- especially as he did not know how, and did not wish, to court society's favor.
Willoughby, of course, extolled
the virtues of his ship, and quoted what had been said of her by experts and distinguished passengers, for he loved his own possessions.
Yet is he extolled
as beautiful and a darling ten times for the once that David is extolled
She heard the virtues of O-Tar extolled
and the beauties of the bride.
But still the red-faced gentleman extolled
the good old times, the grand old times, the great old times.
The reflections of Mrs Nickleby were of the proudest and most complacent kind; and under the influence of her very agreeable delusion she straightway sat down and indited a long letter to Kate, in which she expressed her entire approval of the admirable choice she had made, and extolled
Sir Mulberry to the skies; asserting, for the more complete satisfaction of her daughter's feelings, that he was precisely the individual whom she (Mrs Nickleby) would have chosen for her son-in-law, if she had had the picking and choosing from all mankind.
Our wheelwright extolled
my wheeled plows because he wished to increase his own business, so I secured an ally in him; but in this matter, as in all others, I sought to make the good of one conduce to the good of all.
And there are many other cases of suffering in which the mere rest and cessation of pain, and not any positive enjoyment, is extolled
by them as the greatest pleasure?
And just as the old system of valuing, which only extolled
the qualities favourable to the weak, the suffering, and the oppressed, has succeeded in producing a weak, suffering, and "modern" race, so this new and reversed system of valuing ought to rear a healthy, strong, lively, and courageous type, which would be a glory to life itself.
the sky, the seas, the ships, and the easy life of the Far East.
The trapper found him distributing knives to the ferocious hags, who received the presents chanting a low monotonous song, that recalled the losses of their people, in various conflicts with the whites, and which extolled
the pleasures and glory of revenge.