Bonaparte may talk of the three-o'clock-in-the-morning courage, but it is nothing to the courage which can sit down cheerfully at this hour in the afternoon over against one's self whom you have known all the morning, to starve out a garrison to whom you are bound
by such strong ties of sympathy.
Now as I watched, filled with fear and wonder, the she-wolf, her tongue lolling from her jaws, made so mighty a bound
that she almost reached the hanging foot, and yet not quite.
We have now considered that art of money-getting which is not necessary, and have seen in what manner we became in want of it; and also that which is necessary, which is different from it; for that economy which is natural, and whose object is to provide food, is not like this unlimited in its extent, but has its bounds
Bukawai propped Tarzan against a tree and bound
him there with his own grass rope, leaving his hands free but securing the knots in such a way that the ape-man could not reach them.
First, then, I think it may very reasonably be required of every writer, that he keeps within the bounds
of possibility; and still remembers that what it is not possible for man to perform, it is scarce possible for man to believe he did perform.
But as the admiral's generosity has made me sole heir to everything he possessed, I feel bound
to do the fullest justice to the interests of others, however hostile to myself those interests may be.
It wore a tunic of the purest white, and round its waist was bound
a lustrous belt, the sheen of which was beautiful.
All that was most sugared and musical and generally delusive in the old library of her fathers had been brought out to this little woodland library, and to that nucleus of old leather-bound
poets and romancers, long since dead, yet as alive and singing on their shelves as any bird on the sunny boughs outside, my young lady's private purse had added all that was most sugared and musical and generally delusive in the vellum bound
Japanese-paper literature of our own luxurious day.
The envoy further added, "that in order to maintain the peace and amity between both empires, his master expected that his brother of Blefuscu would give orders to have me sent back to Lilliput, bound
hand and foot, to be punished as a traitor.
The storks were fast asleep, and he climbed on to the back of the father-stork and bound
a silk cord round the joint of one of its wings, then he crept among its soft downy feathers and fell asleep.
I'll say that he is wise who loveth well, And that the soul most free is that most bound
In thraldom to the ancient tyrant Love.
It surely does not follow, that because they have given the power of making laws to the legislature, that therefore they should likewise give them the power to do every other act of sovereignty by which the citizens are to be bound
They came promptly and in accordance with the Arab's instructions bound
Baynes' wrists and ankles securely.
In this fragment, entitled "Underground," this person introduces himself and his views, and, as it were, tries to explain the causes owing to which he has made his appearance and was bound
to make his appearance in our midst.
These are under command, and bound
to do every duty required of them connected with the service; such as hunting, trapping, loading and unloading the horses, mounting guard; and, in short, all the drudgery of the camp.