He was just proud enough to demand the most debasing homage
of the slave, and quite servile enough to crouch, himself, at the feet of the master.
I had a theoretical reverence and homage
for beauty, elegance, gallantry, fascination; but had I met those qualities incarnate in masculine shape, I should have known instinctively that they neither had nor could have sympathy with anything in me, and should have shunned them as one would fire, lightning, or anything else that is bright but antipathetic.
At the end of that time, a flying figure in bright garments flashed upon the two gentlemen through the glass -- the door was flung open -- flower-pots fell in homage
to passing petticoats -- and Mr.
She acknowledged their homage
by bending her head, and giving them a quick look.
But I have made the trial in homage
to Christmas, and I'll keep my Christmas humour to the last.
He told me he was happy to have the honour of making my acquaintance; and when I had paid my homage
This was not a very ceremonious way of rendering homage
to a patron saint; but, I believe Old Clem stood in that relation towards smiths.
The Squire had been used to parish homage
all his life, used to the presupposition that his family, his tankards, and everything that was his, were the oldest and best; and as he never associated with any gentry higher than himself, his opinion was not disturbed by comparison.
Now the councillors and the captains of the People of the Axe konzaed to him whom they named the Slaughterer, doing homage
to him as chief and holder of the axe, and also they did homage
to the axe itself.
No doubt I am handicapped by a certain respectful homage
which I always feel involuntarily to any one in the shape of woman, for anything savouring of respect is the last thing to win the bar-maid heart divine.
Under the apprehensions natural to a situation so uncomfortable, the king recollects that he has heard how poor men, when apprehensive of a bad nights lodging, pray to Saint Julian, who, in the Romish calendar, stands Quarter-Master-General to all forlorn travellers that render him due homage
The Lake answered that it had been done by people who had come to do him homage
These days past, when sending Your Excellency my plays, that had appeared in print before being shown on the stage, I said, if I remember well, that Don Quixote was putting on his spurs to go and render homage
to Your Excellency.
Finding the higher Orders wavering and undecided, the leaders of the Revolution advanced still further in their requirements, and at last demanded that all classes alike, the Priests and the Women not excepted, should do homage
to Colour by submitting to be painted.
Meanwhile, Emmanuel in a broken voice said to the count, "Oh, count, how could you, hearing us so often speak of our unknown benefactor, seeing us pay such homage
of gratitude and adoration to his memory, -- how could you continue so long without discovering yourself to us?