10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «QUERULOUSLY»
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querulously. "Where we have placed her, the Shellford Receiving home, they
simply can't hang on to her. If they take their eyes off of her for a moment, she's
out and away. I don't blame them, really. They've got eight young hellions at a
Writing Out of Place: Regionalism, Women, and American ...
When the narrator enters Frame's house, he hears "a woman's voice droning
querulously" which "ceased as I entered Frame's kitchen, and of the two women
sitting there I could not tell which had been the speaker" (25, 173). The droning
Judith Fetterley, Marjorie Pryse, 2003
Mrs. Gervoise was sighing with impatience and weariness when Beatrice at
length entered her room. " Where have you been, Beatrice ?" she said
querulously ; " why did you leave me." " Darling, you know I went for Doctor
Roger- son, but he ...
Maritime states and military navies
There remains Great Britain. Why, I hear querulously asked, should Napoleon III.,
a Knight of the Garter, the guest of Queen Victoria at Windsor and at Osborne,
Her Majesty's host at Paris and at Cherburgh, attack Great Britain 1 This question
Adolphus Slade (sir.), 1859
The poems and prose remains of Arthur Hugh Clough, with a ...
Some querulously high, some softly, sadly low, We know not — what avails to
know 1 We know not — wherefore need we know ? This answer gave they still
unto his suing, We know not, let us do as we are doing. Dost thou not know that
Arthur Hugh Clough, Blanche Clough, 1869
The Globe dictionary of the English language
Complaining; querulous; apt to complain, [complaint; querulously.
Querimoniously, (kwer-e-mo'ne-us-le) adv. With Querimoniousness, ( kwer - e -
m& ' ne - us - ncs) n. Habit or disposition to complain ; querulous temper. Querist,
A dictionary of the Spanish and English languages, orig. ...
Querulously. Quej6so, sa, a. Plaintful, querulous. Quejumbre, if. (Prov.) V. Queja.
Quejumbroso, sa, a. Complaining, ]>laintive. Quema, tf. 1. Burn, ustiun, tlie act of
burning, combustion, fire, conflagration. Huir de la quema, To shun the danger.
Henry Neuman, Giuseppe Marc' Antonio Baretti, Mateo Seoane Sobral, 1862
Kentucky's Love: Or, Roughing it Around Paris
... "Monsieur is not perhaps aware that these are the gentlemen who were to call."
The invalid surveyed us querulously through his eye-glass, then rose, and limped
towards us, saying, in English, — "Gentlemen, be seated. I am broken down, ...
Pantologia. A new (cabinet) cyclopædia, by J.M. Good, O. ...
11. 40 S. Ql'ERLMO'NTOUS. a. (querimonia, Lat.) Querulous ; complaining.
QUERIMO'MOUSLY. ad. Querulously; with complaint (Denham).
QUERBICNIOUSNESS. s. (from que- nniiaous.) Complaining temper. QUERIST, t
. (from yucero, Lat.) ...
John Mason Good, Olinthus Gilbert Gregory, 1819
A Dictionary of the English Language
Querulous; complaining. QUERIMONIOUSLY, (kwer-re-mo'-ne-us- le) ad.
Querulously ; with complaint. QUERIMONIOUSNESS, (kwer-re-mo'-ne- us-nes)
n.i. Complaining temper. QUERIST, (kwe'-rist) w. t. Ai. enquirer ; an asker of
Samuel Johnson, John Walker, Robert S. Jameson, 1828
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «QUERULOUSLY»
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Want a healthier, more just city? Plant trees
At the gym recently, a locker mate querulously remarked how a squirrel had gnawed through a screen in his window. “What d'ya do?” another fellow asked. «Toronto Star, Jul 15»
Turkish Cypriot leader, UN chief discuss Cyprus peace
Speaking to reporters after the meeting, Akıncı said the Turkish side would adopt a reconciliatory attitude and would ensure that neither side acts querulously in ... «Today's Zaman, Jun 15»
The Million Man Cigarette and Salt March
As they looked at me querulously I explained. “The taxes on cigarettes in NYC are outrageous. Smokers are desperate. Selling single cigarettes on the street to ... «American Thinker, Dec 14»
Republicans win, but America suffers
Maybe, but this is guesswork, nobody could do so with opinion so querulously divided on so many issues. While the rest of the democratic world has moved past ... «The Globe and Mail, Nov 14»
Breast cancer awareness is a quiet mutation, not a barrage of pink …
... I landed in my breast oncologist's office, querulously requesting a last-minute mammogram. I thought I felt something, which sent me straight to the worst-case ... «The Guardian, Oct 14»
Andrew Marr thinks he's a novelist. I don't
The King, never named as Charles III but known, moderately affectionately, as 'Kingy', sits in his palace querulously searching for someone to listen to his views ... «Spectator.co.uk, Sep 14»
The Heartwrenching Court Cases That Inspired My New Novel
These stories were in the Family Division, where much of ordinary life's serious interests lie: love and marriage, and then the end of both, fortunes querulously ... «The New Republic, Sep 14»
Three Hours and Thirty-Seven Minutes
The New York Times noted querulously that 'even this distance makes too great a call on feminine strength.' Pierre de Coubertin, the founder of the modern ... «London Review of Books, Apr 14»
On left-wing NGOs and asylum seekers, 'Jerusalem Post' is all …
... but not in the way that the editorial has querulously relayed it. Putting the cart before the horse, the Post assumes that NGOs' assistance to asylum seekers is a ... «+972 Magazine - Independent commentary from Israel and the Palestinian territories, Jan 14»
With Conviction, Bartoli Breaks into Grand Slam Pantheon
... love, kissing the chalk with her final serve and dropping to her knees temporarily before rising in disbelief with her hands raised querulously above her head. «Tennis Now, Jul 13»