I did not wish to jeopardize the advantages of so great a discovery which might be useful to many people, "to a goodly
number of the human race," in Erik's words; and I left the cellars of the Opera after carefully replacing the stone.
Then my lord Bishop of Hereford came in, last of all, to say a ponderous grace and take his seat on the other side of the Sheriff--the prelate's fat body showing up in goodly
contrast to the other's lean bones.
He counted his goodly
coppers and cauldrons, his gold and all his clothes, but there was nothing missing; still he kept grieving about not being in his own country, and wandered up and down by the shore of the sounding sea bewailing his hard fate.
The others took their several stations, each by his horses and the place where his arms were lying, while Alexandrus, husband of lovely Helen, put on his goodly
All this time merry Robin lay upon the bank and listened, while his stomach so quaked with laughter that he was forced to press his palm across his mouth to keep it from bursting forth; for, truly, he would not have spoiled such a goodly jest for the half of Nottinghamshire.
Alas, I would fain not sing before one that can pipe so well and hath heard so many goodly songs and ballads, ne'ertheless, an thou wilt have it so, I will do my best.
Truly," said the other piously, "it is a goodly wish on the part of one so young.
He made some sort of newspaper arrangement with a book-store in Cleveland, which was the means of enriching our home library with a goodly
number of books, shop-worn, but none the worse for that, and new in the only way that books need be new to the lover of them.
He had caught a goodly
number, when he saw a Scorpion, and mistaking him for a locust, reached out his hand to take him.
It seems indeed to be a goodly service," said the tooth-drawer.
Oh, for that," said the other, "I count it not a fly; for I had promised myself a good hour ago that I should go with thee, since the life seems to be a goodly and proper one.
So the lord Apollo, son of Zeus, hurried on to goodly Pylos seeking his shambling oxen, and he had his broad shoulders covered with a dark cloud.
Then the Son of Cronos bowed his head: and goodly Hermes obeyed him; for the will of Zeus who holds the aegis easily prevailed with him.
Again, Plato may be regarded as the "captain" ('arhchegoz') or leader of a goodly
band of followers; for in the Republic is to be found the original of Cicero's De Republica, of St.
Sit I here the best of air sniffling, Paradisal air, truly, Bright and buoyant air, golden-mottled, As goodly
air as ever From lunar orb downfell-- Be it by hazard, Or supervened it by arrogancy?