Not one whole or handsome one among them, all were outcasts till Beth took them in, for when her sisters outgrew
these idols, they passed to her because Amy would have nothing old or ugly.
Now whenas sacred Light began to dawne In EDEN on the humid Flours, that breathd Thir morning Incense, when all things that breath, From th' Earths great Altar send up silent praise To the Creator, and his Nostrils fill With gratefull Smell, forth came the human pair And joynd thir vocal Worship to the Quire Of Creatures wanting voice, that done, partake The season, prime for sweetest Sents and Aires: Then commune how that day they best may ply Thir growing work: for much thir work outgrew
The hands dispatch of two Gardning so wide.
When he outgrew
her care her husband was appointed as his tutor and governor, so that he had never been separated from this excellent couple, who loved him as tenderly as they did their only daughter Zayda, and were warmly loved by him in return.
Mardi' is burdened with an over-rich diction, which Melville never entirely outgrew
It seemed but a part of the process that every year the instruments of war were vaster and more powerful, and that armies and explosives outgrew
all other growing things.
The few hours that had passed since he saw the Abbey tower stretched out in his memory until they outgrew
whole months of the stagnant life of the cloister.