10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «BLUSHLESSLY»
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He shuns controversy, for it diverts his teeth and tongue from their proper
vocation. Divine Eating. A man destitute of relish for worshipful meats and drink,
take the word of an old roadster, is one who will unhesitatingly and blushlessly
take your ...
... were in their composition; and though many Philhellenes of sentiment and
honour were sadly disgusted with the rude traits of selfishness, falsehood, and
even cowardice which the patriots of " regenerated Hellas" blushlessly exhibited,
Lippincott's Monthly Magazine: A Popular Journal of General ...
... turn aside for anyone. Nor did he. He walked right onward, with his head up,
and his hand on the spot where his ancestors had worn their dirks. With
glowering, passionate gaze he met them, staring boldly, blushlessly, and
insolently into the ...
The Ancient British Drama. - London, William Miller 1810. ...
Nay, call'd you—speak, Maquerelle, speak. lhlaq. By heaven, witch ; dried biscuit
; and contested blushlessly he loved you but for a spurt, or so. Fer. For
maintenance. llfaq. Advancement and regard. Aur. O villain! O impudent
Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, a Popular Journal of General ...
... Shaw would not turn aside for anyone. Nor did he. He walked right onward,
with his head up, and his hand on the spot where his ancestors had worn their
dirks. With glowering, passionate gaze he met them, staring boldly, blushlessly,
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine
We see before us a host of men who entered oifice, bound by every thing which
is held to be Linding on human integrity to a vital system of national policy, and
who now in a body blushlessly proclaim that they have bound themselves to a ...
W. Blackwood Ltd. (Edinburgh, 1829
The Methodist new connexion magazine and evangelical repository
Some have blushlessly insinuated that in the Saviour's denunciations there is the
exhibition of a too ardent, nay, an utter loss of temper. Let us not forget that there
is a certain kind of anger compatible with meekness. We can never be too ...
The works of John Marston
And now, to kill envy, know you, that affect to be the only minions of Phcebus, I
am not so blushlessly ambitious as to hope to gain any the least supreme
eminency among you ; I affect not only the " ' Euge ' tuum et ' Belle ! ' " 1 — 'tis not
John Marston, Arthur Henry Bullen, 1887
With glowering, passionate gaze he met them; staring boldly, blushlessly, and
insolently into the faces he hated. Alan bent his head to Flora, and Fame and
Grant were occupied entirely with each other. No one seemed to notice the
Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr, 1902
Oxberry's Theatrical Inquisitor: Or Monthly Mirror of the Drama
0h ! shame on thee, woman, who blushlessly sold What atfection should buy, for
the base lure of gold. The current, tho' dash'd, may run calm as before, The lip
often press'd—keep the bright bloom it wore; But the heart by vice tainted, can ...