10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SAVOURLESS»
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Cotton telegraph code [by H.R. Meyer].
sarcasm. 160. savourless. VALUATIONS, ARBITRATIONS, AND APPEALS—
cmtinued. savoury 161 scantlet VALUATIONS, ARBITRATIONS, AND APPEALS
— wntinued. Referees agree. Tenth mark in invoice ... ... sarcasm Eleventh do.
... carry his cross and come after me he cannot be my disciple . . . Thus then any
one of you who forsakes not all that is his own cannot be my disciple. Salt, then,
is good but if the salt also has become savourless wherewith shall it be seasoned
The Wesleyan Sunday-school magazine [afterw.] The Wesleyan ...
Savourless. Salt. This is what those become like who make a profession of
religion rashly, and become backsliders. Christ's people are intended to be the
salt of the earth (Matt. v. 13), to exert a preserving and purifying influence. But salt
SAVOURLESS. SALT. 34, 35.—"Salt" is grace in spiritual energy. That is, the
saints being witnesses in the world of the power of holy love instead of
selfishness. Salt is the consecrating principle of grace. If that is gone, what is to
... leap that youwill do. Legal obedience will not stand,but following Christ. IfHe is
in the path itishappy andeasy, butitis apath between two hedges. IfChrist is not
with you in it there will benothing but trouble and difficulty. SAVOURLESS. Salt.
The old election," He meant to say, " has become a savourless salt through lack
of genuine righteousness ; see that the new one go not the same way." He did
His utmost to prevent the result by subjecting to a wholesome discipline the men
Alexander Balmain Bruce, 1889
Not wisely, but too well, by the author of 'Cometh up as a ...
But how could she practise such flagrant, foul hypocrisy as to pretend to ask for
those heavenly gifts which seemed to her so savourless and insipid, so little
worth the having when won? Savourless and insipid indeed ! 0, unreckoning fool
Savourless, adj. e sa latsoe- heng, e bosula ; to be savourless, ho tala, tapa.
Savoury, adj. e latsoehang, e monate. Saw, n. saga ; v. ho saga, sèhla, pöma ka
saga. Say, v. ho bolela, joela, joetsa ; it is said, or they say, ho thoe ; that is to say,
The International Critical Commentary on the Holy Scriptures ...
Savourless salt is not even of this much use : and disciples without the spirit of
self-devotion are like it. That is the whole meaning.1 If this saying was uttered
only once, we may prefer the connexion here to that in the Sermon on the Mount.
The Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges
I say unto you, That none of those men which were bidden shall taste of my
supper. 25 — 35. Lessons of Whole-hcartcdness, and of Counting the Cost; the
Tower-builder; the warring King; the savourless Salt. And there went great
4 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «SAVOURLESS»
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Ancient melodies -weak and savourless， Not appealing to present men's taste. Light and colour are faded from the jade stops; Dust has covered the rose-red ... «吉他中国, Feb 15»
Awards reinforce sport's essential truths despite all the flim-flam
... the millions of arborio rice grains gloopified into savourless risotto-splodge by a 1,200-watt industrial microwave; the countless bottles of table-top white wine ... «The Guardian, Nov 13»
Larry Crowne (12A) / The Conspirator (12A) 2/5, 2/5
It lends the film the air of a reconstruction, tasteful yet pretty savourless. McAvoy is a perky bantam presence as Aiken, and Robin Wright, despite being dressed ... «The Independent, Jun 11»
Pleasure: the impossible moment of delight
The stereotype of the rich man who finds life savourless and without pleasure was not invented simply to keep the poor happy with their lot. Both Bloom's book ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Aug 10»