He was conscious how inadequate
one man was to bear the weight of that Titan and too vast orb.
On discovering his error, to turn her from the house seemed the best, though to his feelings an inadequate
proof of his resentment towards herself, and his contempt of her family.
Because he felt so keenly the beauty of faith, because the desire for self-sacrifice burned in his heart with such a gem-like glow, his strength seemed inadequate
to his ambition.
Pierre listened to him, straining each faculty to understand the essential points of the impending battle, but was mortified to feel that his mental capacity was inadequate
for the task.
He could see that the men who composed it were much excited, and fearing lest Chulk's disguise should prove inadequate
to the concealment of his true identity in the face of so many observers, he commanded the ape to betake himself to the far end of the village, and there await him.
Being an indifferent fisherman, my enthusiasm for this form of sport soon waned; yet in the absence of other forms of recreation I was now risking my life in an entirely inadequate
boat off Cape Farewell at the southernmost extremity of Greenland.
It's right here pouring into my miserable inadequate
ears, only I can't catch it.
Some, though, are known by numbers, which also seem inadequate
Besides, no matter how small the good, nevertheless his little inadequate
wail will be productive of some good in the revolution, and every little bit counts.
I suppose all this sounds very crazy--all these terrible emotions always do sound foolish when we put them into our inadequate
As regards the corresponding members, notices were delivered by hundreds throughout the streets of the city, and, large as was the great hall, it was quite inadequate
to accommodate the crowd of
Not that it suffices to study the Principles of Geology, or to read special treatises by different observers on separate formations, and to mark how each author attempts to give an inadequate
idea of the duration of each formation or even each stratum.
Side by side, again, with war and love, appears in the romances medieval religion, likewise conventionalized and childishly superstitious, but in some inadequate
degree a mitigator of cruelty and a restrainer of lawless passion.
But lest this should not have been thy fortune, we will endeavour with our utmost skill to describe this paragon, though we are sensible that our highest abilities are very inadequate
to the task.
Ah, how I am weary of all the inadequate
that is insisted on as actual