10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HYMENEALLY»
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The Yale Literary Magazine
... through a chapter of advice to young men Hymeneally disposed, to be told at
the end that "many poor young fellows, who could just keep themselves afloat,
have hung a matrimonial mill-stone round their necks, taking it for a life-preserver
Unvisited places of old Europe
Guns are fired as the party start back to the home, and the guns are hymeneally
celebrant later, too, as a means of enforcing a welcome for the uninvited, and
some prefer to be of the uninvited because they find a great deal of enjoyment in
Graham's American Monthly Magazine of Literature, Art, and ...
... is more remarkable in Brussels than its lace manufactories, hymeneally
renowned all over the world. The cause of its peculiar celebrity has been that the
patterns are worked separately, with astonishing tniuutencss, and afterward
George R. Graham, Edgar Allan Poe, Charles Jacobs Peterson, 1853
... with envy, and have half grown ashamed of their own little trick of putting back
the clocks after the regular hour when a passing sailor and his companion looked
more than usually hymeneally inclined, and other manoeuvres of the like kind.
The Road to Ruin: Comedy in Five Acts
Dorn. Sometimes — To my great regret, I have sometimes found him a very
absurd old gentleman ! llidow. I am sorry for it ! — Because as I am soon to
become — hymeneally— his intimate — relation — I — I — [Maidenly Affectation.
Thomas Holcroft, Mrs. Inchbald, 1808
Audubon's story of his youth
... without her stultifying ignorance, full of intuitive discrimination, ingeniously and
properly conscious of her power and enchantment as the other sex . . . the little
Eve, advancing, ravished with her rdle. . . her eyes hymeneally illumined . . all her
The British Theatre: Or, a Collection of Plays, which are ...
Is he so odd? Dom. Somvtimes—To my great regret, I have sometimes found him
a very absurd old gentleman! Widow. I am sorry for it !—Because as I am soon to
become—hymeneally—his intimate—relation—I —I— [flfaidenly /lflectution.
Belgravia, a London magazine, conducted by M.E. Braddon
This ruling, though wholly accordant with inter - ethnological law, was one
obviously at variance with the interests of runaway convicts hymeneally settled
down into squatters, to landsmen whalers, to missionary land-owners on
Belgravia, Mary Elizabeth Braddon, 1866
Ivory apes and peacocks: Joseph Conrad, Walt Whitman, Jules ...
... the whole machinery of the Wagner opera is transposed to the key of lunar
parody. What ambrosia from the Walhalla of topsyturvy is this Elsa with her "eyes
hymeneally illumined" as she awaits her saviour. He appears and they are
We have just seen that the " roseate bands," which sound so harmoniously and
so hymeneally, had not been sufficiently strong to confine the once-devoted
husband within the matrimonial tether ; and that dissipation — not, however,
Theodore Edward Hook, 1857
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