The couch-bunk under the window to conceal the summerly recliner.Meredith.
In Christian art we may clearly trace a parallel regenesis.Spencer. Opposition on the part of the loquently weaker of the pair.Meredith. Picturesquities.Sladen. The verberant twang of a musical instrument.Meredith. A Russian army is a solid machine, as many war-famous generals have found to their cost.Times.
Russia's disposition is aggressive ... Japan may conquer, but she will not aggress.Times.
She did not answer at once, for, in her rather super-sensitized mood, it seemed to her...E. F. Benson.
Notoriously and unctuously rectitudinous.Westminster Gazette.
We only refer to it again because Mr. Balfour clearly thinks it necessary to vindicate his claims to correctitude. This desire for correctitude is amusingly illustrated in the Outlook this week, which...Westminster Gazette.
The minutes to dinner-time were numbered, and they briskened their steps back to the house.E. F. Benson. (quickened) He was in some amazement at himself ... remindful of the different nature...Meredith (mindful)
Persistent insuccess, however, did not prevent a repetition of the same question.Times. (failure) The best safeguard against any deplacement of the centre of gravity in the Dual Monarchy.Times. (displacement) Which would condemn the East to a long period of unquiet.Times. (unrest)
A man of a cold, perseverant character.Carlyle. Robbed of the just fruits of her victory by the arbitrary and forceful interference of outside Powers.Times.