He had heard Miss Ophelia speak often of a cough, that all her medicaments could not cure; and even now that fervent
cheek and little hand were burning with hectic fever; and yet the thought that Eva's words suggested had never come to him till now.
Marianne restored to life, health, friends, and to her doting mother, was an idea to fill her heart with sensations of exquisite comfort, and expand it in fervent
gratitude;-- but it lead to no outward demonstrations of joy, no words, no smiles.
While they were thus deliberating upon our fate, we were imploring the succour of the Almighty with fervent
and humble supplications, entreating him in the midst of our sighs and tears that he would not suffer his own cause to miscarry, and that, however it might please him to dispose of our lives--which, we prayed, he would assist us to lay down with patience and resignation worthy of the faith for which we were persecuted--he would not permit our enemies to triumph over the truth.
The plan, like every thing from the same pen, marks a turn of thinking, original, comprehensive, and accurate; and is the more worthy of attention as it equally displays a fervent
attachment to republican government and an enlightened view of the dangerous propensities against which it ought to be guarded.
These were fervent
Brahmins, the bitterest foes of Buddhism, their deities being Vishnu, the solar god, Shiva, the divine impersonation of natural forces, and Brahma, the supreme ruler of priests and legislators.
She felt that Jane's feelings, though fervent
, were little displayed, and that there was a constant complacency in her air and manner not often united with great sensibility.
Monk, if he had the good faith of the Puritans, his allies, must have returned fervent
thanks to the patron saint who had taken him from the box of M.
'You must have known that it was not my way to flatter and talk soft nonsense, or even to speak the admiration that I felt; and that a single word or glance of mine meant more than the honied phrases and fervent
protestations of most other men.'
red of her face turned almost to purple.
Love, however barbarously we may corrupt and pervert its meaning, as it is a laudable, is a rational passion, and can never be violent but when reciprocal; for though the Scripture bids us love our enemies, it means not with that fervent
love which we naturally bear towards our friends; much less that we should sacrifice to them our lives, and what ought to be dearer to us, our innocence.
Spray, the Independent minister, had begun to preach political sermons, in which he distinguished with much subtlety between his fervent
belief in the right of the Catholics to the franchise and his fervent
belief in their eternal perdition.
She gave me no advice; she urged no duty on me; she only told me, in her own fervent
manner, what her trust in me was.
M2 PRESSWIRE-September 4, 2019-: Fervent
Roze, the band started by two college friends in 2012 is gearing up for their new album "Charm and Wit"
With yet more hurdles to scale before lifting the diadem, the President urged the team and their handlers to remain focused and determined, assuring them of the fervent
prayers and support of all Nigerians, the statement said.
Valleys people are fervent
about Wales and its culture, at least as fervent
as the Scots and Irish are about theirs and much more than the English about theirs.