First they took out the soil to make bricks, and then they filled it up again with garbage, which seemed to Jurgis and Ona a felicitous
arrangement, characteristic of an enterprising country like America.
But she remained seated, and he could think of nothing more felicitous
than: "I presume you're tired after the long ride.
Then Kate had the art of turning the conversation to subjects upon which the country girl, bashful at first in strange company, could feel herself at home; and if Mrs Nickleby was not quite so felicitous
at times in the selection of topics of discourse, or if she did seem, as Mrs Browdie expressed it, 'rather high in her notions,' still nothing could be kinder, and that she took considerable interest in the young couple was manifest from the very long lectures on housewifery with which she was so obliging as to entertain Mrs Browdie's private ear, which were illustrated by various references to the domestic economy of the cottage, in which
She seemed to him so felicitous
a product of nature and circumstance that his invention, musing on future combinations, was constantly catching its breath with the fear of stumbling into some brutal compression or mutilation of her beautiful personal harmony.
He had remained in Shropshire, lamenting the blindness of his own pride, and the blunders of his own calculations, till at once released from Louisa by the astonishing and felicitous
intelligence of her engagement with Benwick.
The late Carleon Anthony, the poet, sang in his time of the domestic and social amenities of our age with a most felicitous
versification, his object being, in his own words, "to glorify the result of six thousand years' evolution towards the refinement of thought, manners and feelings.
But except for the felicitous
pretense of deafness I had not tried to pretend anything.
Power corrupts,' is how you began and ended your characteristically insightful and felicitous
editorial, 'Ben Diokno's 'political tool'' (12/22/17), on Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno's hypocrisy.
Featured are over 100 felicitous
selections from Chuang Tzu, Lao Tzu, Li Po, Confucius, and many others including: "The one who knows does not speak.
Speaking at the pre-match press conference, the former Qatar national coach stressed the significance of the season's opening match in easing his side into a felicitous
beginning to their campaign to reinstate themselves as Qatar Stars League champions.
Agents of L*O*V*C*R*A*F*T (which stands for League of Valleys and Cardiff Registered Adherents of Felicitous
Tuning) is about a sceptical unemployed man forced to become a psychic detective for a league of mystics.
Alpha has another felicitous
property: it's almost halfway along an imaginary line from Albireo to Collinder 399, the asterism also known as Brocchi's Coathanger.
Thus, the creation of the inaugural India Today Art Awards 2016 is not a mere felicitous
celebration of art in the here and the now.
After receiving the gift for their academics, Higaonon scholar-composer Ruben Manhonyogan led in the singing of his own composition of "Salamat Kanimo, Mayor" - a musical piece that beats a felicitous
tune for the local chief executive in this 24th Most Competitive Component City in the country with 79 barangays of which 23 of them are inhabited by Higaonon - city's only tribe.
Opera York's presentation of Lucia di Lammermoor featured a felicitous
mix of fresh young voices at the beginning of their careers and experienced singers in full maturity and beyond.