He recalled to his mind the old soldier; all those enemies of Porthos brought to earth by his valiant hand; he reckoned up the numbers of them, and said to himself that Porthos had acted wisely, not to enumerate
his enemies or the injuries done to them, or the task would have been too much for the reader.
It would take a dozen pages to enumerate
all the reproaches the historians address to him, based on their knowledge of what is good for humanity.
We must enumerate
the elephant, three species of rhinoceros, and probably, according to Dr.
And yet I fear there was more coldness than gentleness in the quiet tone of my reply:- 'I might offer many excuses that some would admit to be valid, but I will not attempt to enumerate them - '
Hitherto I had thought too much of myself, too little of him: now I forgot my own afflictions, and thought only of his; of the ardent affection so miserably wasted, the fond faith so cruelly betrayed, the - no, I will not attempt to enumerate his wrongs - but I hated his wife and my husband more intensely than ever, and not for my sake, but for his.
Many other are the emoluments which arise from both these, but they are for the most part so obvious, that we shall not at present stay to enumerate
them; especially since it occurs to us that the principal merit of both the prologue and the preface is that they be short.
In the section titled "When the Universe Turns Bad," the author enumerates
the many ways in which life as we know it could end, such as by asteroid collisions and "death by black hole.