10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «FAINTHEARTEDLY»
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Peter Camenzind: A Novel
And as the clouds are suspended faintheartedly and longingly and stubbornly
between heaven and earth, the souls of men are suspended faintheartedly and
longingly and stubbornly between time and eternity. O lovely, floating, restless ...
f.W>eid}(trt> west, tender; f. Derjagt/ nualjlo? faint, fainthearted, heartless,
cowardly; cine feig? QNcme me coward ; feige ma$e!l to discourage, dishearten.
— adv. weakly, tenderly, faintheartedly, cowardly. %eiQt, f. fiff. fteiqetibaum, m. fig
Nathan Bailey, Johann Anton Fahrenkrüger, 1801
White Walls: Collected Stories
By the way, I'd like to note — for the sake of fairness and the bigger picture — that
though Antonina Sergeevna acted faintheartedly, sloughing off her guilt in the
affair of the boiled citizens of R. (and who wouldn't have acted faintheartedly?) ...
There was a peat fire dying inside after toasting oat-cakes for supper, and it
puffed faintheartedly, like Larry's pipe. What ail.d the boy ? Sure, it wasn't his way
to sit glum. The mither smiled, and cunningly set herself to tickle the heart of him.
Alfred Emanuel Smith, 1900
The highlands of central India: notes on their forests and ...
But if he fall faintheartedly, his lot will be in hell. Whosoever turns back again in
terror, each step that he takes shall be equivalent to the guilt of killing a Brahman
; but he who boldly casts himself over, each step that he takes is equal in merit to
The old helmet, by the author of 'Wide, wide world'.
the Squire burst out violently — "speak! truth or falsehood, whichever you like.
Speak out, and don't go round about. Answer your mother's question." " Will you
please to repeat it, mamma ?" Eleanor said, a little faintheartedly. VOL. II. t " If you
Susan Bogert Warner, 1864
The London Quarterly Review
But we do beg those of our fellow-countrymen who wish to keep up the vigour of
our old mother-tongue to avoid the affected drawl which Mr. Marsh so awkwardly
apologises for and so faintheartedly recommends. We cannot disguise the fact ...
Wordsworth and His Circle
Catching one hasty glimpse of this loveliest of landscapes, I retreated like a guilty
thing, for fear I might be surprised by Wordsworth, and then returned,
faintheartedly, to Coniston, and so to Oxford, re infectd" De Quincey crowned his
David Watson Rannie, 1907
The Psychoanalytic Vocation: Rank, Winnicott, and the Legacy ...
In The Trauma of Birth, Rank aggressively takes up the cudgels on Freud's behalf
to attack all those, beginning with Josef Breuer, who have faintheartedly refused
to recognize the importance of “the sexual factor.” The secessions of Adler and ...
Master Bartlemy: Or, The Thankful Heart
And the clothes to one's back." " Even if they are clothes you do not much like,
Giles?" said Miss Nancy, faintheartedly, with the new Leghorn hat stalking
gloomily before her mind's eye, and the bottle-green coat that THE THANKFUL
Frances E. Crompton, 1893
4 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «FAINTHEARTEDLY»
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Two calls to struggle against World War I
The so-called Centre of the German and other Social-Democratic parties has in actual fact faintheartedly capitulated to the opportunists. It must ... «Socialist Worker Online, Oct 14»
Scenic ascent a stunner
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Pan's Labyrinth Still Isn't Any Good
The two plotlines try faintheartedly to merge behind common themes: mindless obeyance versus free thought, valor over despotism. «LAist, Jan 07»