Rollo Finch--in the present unsatisfactory state of the law parents may still christen a child Rollo--was a youth to whom Nature had given a cheerful disposition not marred by any superfluity
There, too, the trooper is a frequent visitor, filling the doorway with his athletic figure and, from his superfluity
of life and strength, seeming to shed down temporary vigour upon Jo, who never fails to speak more robustly in answer to his cheerful words.
Did our birth fall in some fit of indigence and frugality in nature, that she was so sparing of her fire and so liberal of her earth that it appears to us that we lack the affirmative principle, and though we have health and reason, yet we have no superfluity
of spirit for new creation?
The satisfaction of one's needs- good food, cleanliness, and freedom- now that he was deprived of all this, seemed to Pierre to constitute perfect happiness; and the choice of occupation, that is, of his way of life- now that that was so restricted- seemed to him such an easy matter that he forgot that a superfluity
of the comforts of life destroys all joy in satisfying one's needs, while great freedom in the choice of occupation- such freedom as his wealth, his education, and his social position had given him in his own life- is just what makes the choice of occupation insolubly difficult and destroys the desire and possibility of having an occupation.
And in any case, even supposing negations which only a morbid distrust could imagine, Fred had always (at that time) his father's pocket as a last resource, so that his assets of hopefulness had a sort of gorgeous superfluity
Now will I pray meekly every discreet person that readeth or heareth this little treatise, to have my rude inditing for excused, and my superfluity
of words, for two causes.
I exclaimed, stupidly surprised that the poor deformed creature should have found a mate--as though there were not a superfluity
of mates in the world--"I didn't know you were married?
He will look at the city which is within him, and take heed that no disorder occur in it, such as might arise either from superfluity
or from want; and upon this principle he will regulate his property and gain or spend according to his means.
What a disgrace is it to me to take note how many pairs of silk stockings thou hast, namely, these and those that were the peach-colored ones; or to bear the inventory of thy shirts, as one for superfluity
, and one other for use
Touched by such superfluity
of simple confidence in a woman of her mature years, I opened the ample reservoirs of my nature and absorbed it all.
Like most others, who are not endowed with a superfluity
of physical fortitude, the worthy man had found the danger of passing the river, in so simple a manner, magnifying itself in his eyes so rapidly, as the moment of adventure approached, that he actually contemplated the desperate effort of going round the river, in order to escape the hazard of crossing it.
His hand seemed to retreat up his sleeve as he advanced to do so, and he gave her such a superfluity
of coat-cuff that it was like being received by the popular conception of Guy Fawkes.
simply cancels what sustainability gains.
There just don't seem to be a lot of Upper East Sides in Texas, with a superfluity
In contrast to this belief that the world is itself grounded in and finds its meaning in the divine mind, Sartre's "especially profound appreciation for the superfluity
of the world" (54) presents itself precisely as a rejection of the classical and Christian philosophical tradition.