Ten times must thou reconcile again with thyself; for overcoming is bitterness, and badly
sleep the unreconciled.
He can not only be badly
wounded, but his life is in danger; and he would sometimes lose it but for the interference of the surgeon.
After the first few whirls around, and one other time when the house tipped badly
, she felt as if she were being rocked gently, like a baby in a cradle.
Without reckoning that as the bastion was not built yesterday all the rest of the building was badly
And from these facts it is evident, that this particular is badly regulated; for the city could not support one shock, but was ruined for want of men.
Nor was the public revenue well managed at Sparta, for the state was worth nothing while they were obliged to carry on the most extensive wars, and the subsidies were very badly raised; for as the Spartans possessed a large extent of country, they were not exact upon each other as to what they paid in.
You think I've behaved very badly
," he continued, as she did not speak.
The American jaguar is not so formidable a beast as the native name of tiger would cause one to suppose, though they are sufficiently dan- gerous, and this one had rather badly
clawed the Indian.
All at once there began the most horrid, unearthly screaming, which at first startled me badly
, though I had soon remembered the voice of Captain Flint and even thought I could make out the bird by her bright plumage as she sat perched upon her master's wrist.
All this the peasant heard, and from it he understood at last what was the matter with his neighbour, so he began calling aloud, "Open, your worships, to Senor Baldwin and to Senor the Marquis of Mantua, who comes badly
wounded, and to Senor Abindarraez, the Moor, whom the valiant Rodrigo de Narvaez, the Alcaide of Antequera, brings captive."
So long as their encampments were well chosen and a proper watch maintained the wary savages kept aloof; at length, observing that they were badly
encamped, in a situation where they might be approached with secrecy, the enemy crept stealthily along under cover of the river bank, preparing to burst suddenly upon their prey.
Hodges, a little woman of five-and-forty, with badly
dyed hair; she had a yellow face with a network of small red veins all over it, and yellow whites to her pale blue eyes.