10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «AGONISEDLY»
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Blackwood's Edinburgh magazine
He class, agonisedly to those in the third never joined us himself — he was a and
last. My name was not there at great deal too deep for that — but he att! In the
hope that it might have largely affected contempt for fellows been omitted by ...
... with a convulsive sob her head drooped upon her breast,□ and she fell
forward on his arm, weeping hopelessly, wearily, agonisedly, as I saw a woman
in the Crimea weep over her husband's grave. " God help me ! I do not know what
Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, 1863
And as she heard, all her coldness and her imperious resolve died out, as though
they had not been ; she sank into his outstretched arms, and wept as she had
never done in all her haughty womanhood — wept uncontrollably, agonisedly, ...
Marie Louise De la Ramée, 1867
cried Sir Koger, agonisedly, " wilt thou listen to the lies of an impudent page,
whilst thine uncle is waiting but a dozen words to make him happy ? " At this
Matilda grew angry: "Edward is neither impudent nor a liar, Sir Uncle, and I will
listen to ...
William Makepeace Thackeray, 1870
Throughout most of his career he had to watch his contemporaries not only
engrossing themselves in his private affairs, but also attributing to his work
undesirable qualities said to be found in the man. The most agonisedly reticent of
Delphi Works of John Galsworthy (Illustrated)
The process was unconscious, and has beencalled idealism. This waswhy the
longer he reflected the more agonisedly certain he became that his ward was
rightto be faithful to the man she loved, right to join her life to his.And he went
Of this impoverishment, as of all else that has overtaken him, he is agonisedly
aware. [Quotes second stanza of 'The Collar-Bone of a Hare', 'Collected Poems',
p. 153; see text on p. 214.] Nothing there remains of the old bitter world, which for
From Kitchen to Garret: Hints for Young Householders
ment of yellows and browns, scraped mysteriously and agonisedly with a comb,
or some such instrument, in a faint and feeble attempt to deceive callers into
believing that the door is made of some highly polished wood, veined by nature
in a ...
A charger with a man on its back hobbled by, its broken hind leg swinging
agonisedly, its eyes bulging with pain and terror, and a sailor from one of the
naval batteries, wearing a dragoon's brass helmet, grabbed it, pulled the man off
its back ...
Max Hennessy, John Harris, 2001
A Union for Empire: Political Thought and the British Union ...
But the loss it agonisedly describes is not that of the opportunity to govern so
much as of the security of being governed according to law. The 'government
dissolved' is primarily the Tudor sovereignty of 'empire' in church and state,