I dare say you would like to take a peep at the divinity
of the temple.
Few things seemed to Newland Archer more awful than an offence against "Taste," that far-off divinity
of whom "Form" was the mere visible representative and vicegerent.
Not one, however, started with rapturous wonder on beholding her, no whisper of eager inquiry ran round the room, nor was she once called a divinity
No more is needed to completely shatter the last remnant of my superstitious belief in the divinity
It was not as though my divinity
had a penny of her own, or I could earn an honest one.
For we are not pans and barrows, nor even porters of the fire and torch-bearers, but children of the fire, made of it, and only the same divinity
transmuted and at two or three removes, when we know least about it.
At the first glance he suffered a bitter disappointment; never before had he so yearned for anything as now he did for the ability to interpret a message from that golden-haired divinity
who had come so suddenly and so unexpectedly into his life.
Prince Andrew without joining in the conversation watched every movement of Speranski's: this man, not long since an insignificant divinity
student, who now, Bolkonski thought, held in his hands- those plump white hands- the fate of Russia.
Yes, and that your painting her was the chief outcome of her existence--the divinity
passing into higher completeness and all but exhausted in the act of covering your bit of canvas.
He is compounded of meat and wine and sparkle, of sun-mote and world- dust, a frail mechanism made to run for a span, to be tinkered at by doctors of divinity
and doctors of physic, and to be flung into the scrap-heap at the end.
Such a power has a bit of divinity
in it--whether of a good or an evil divinity
who shall say?
No dust has settled on that robe; no time has elapsed since that divinity