10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «BEMAZED»
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The Convivio of Dante Alighieri
And therefore the ancient kings contrived magnificent works of gold and gems
and artful machinations in their mansions, that they who beheld them should be
bemazed and therefore reverent, and should make question of the honourable ...
The Anglo-American Encyclopedia and Dictionary: Dictionary ...
Stock-still there he stands like a traveler bemazed." Wordsworth: Written in
Germany. 2. Fig.: Bewildered with regard to other matters. "Thy lamp, mysterious
word I Which whoso sees, no longer wanders lost, With intellects bemazed in
The New American Encyclopedic Dictionary: An Exhaustive ...
"Stock-still there he stands like a traveler bemazed." Wordsworth: Written in
Germany. 2. Fig.: Bewildered with regard to other matters. *' Thy lamp, mysterious
word ! Which whoso sees, no longer wanders lost. With intellects bemazed in ...
Edward Thomas Roe, Le Roy Hooker, Thomas W. Handford, 1907
American encyclopedic dictionary
"Stock-still there he stands like a traveler bemazed. Wordsworth: Written in
Germany. This blade, in bloody hand which I do bear, And all his gore bemingled
with this glew." Mirror for Magistrates, p. 106. (Todd.) b8-mi re, t?. t. [Eng. prefix be
Robert Hunter, John Alfred Williams, Sidney John Hervon Herrtage, 1897
That sight made mae bemazed, and I stood and stared at her like a post for iver
sich a while. At last she begun to scrat th' sand up, which raelly made mae look
as intense as if th' eyes of all Hewrup was on her. After a while she actually dug
The Works of William Cowper, Esq., Comprising His Poems, ...
Which whoso sees, no longer wanders lost With intellects bemazed in endless
doubt, But runs the road of wisdom. Thou hast built, With means that were not till
by thee employ 'd, 850 Worlds that had never been hadst thou in strength Been ...
William Cowper, Robert Southey, 1836
The task, a poem, ... to which are added, by the same ...
And that infused fromtheav'n, must thither tepdf'ss So reads he natu're whom the-
lamp of truth Illuminates. Thy lamp, mysterious word! , Which whoso seelsjno
longer wander-s_lost With intellects bemazed in endless doubt, gz , 0 'Q- . But
Dorothy Wordsworth and Hartley Coleridge: The Poetics of ...
While it was upon the apple tree the wind blew about the stiff boughs & the Bird
seemed bemazed & not strong enough to strive with it. (GJ, 16 June 1802, p. 110)
Dorothy's depiction of conflict with the external environment is depicted as ...
Stock-still there he stands like a traveller bemazed: The best of his skill he has
tried; His feelers, methinks, I can see him put forth To the east and the west, to the
south and the north; But he finds neither guide-post nor guide. His spindles sink ...
William Wordsworth, Andrew Jackson George, 1919
The Poetical Works: Poems of sentiment and reflection. ...
... A l Stock-still there he stands like a traveller bemazed: The best 22 Lines
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