10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «UXORIOUSLY»
Discover the use of uxoriously
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to uxoriously
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Fragments of Italy and the Rhineland
not read, was wont uxoriously to paw and slabber the embroidered velvet and
bright illuminations of the Missal, belonging to his admirable Consort Saint
Margaret. The Campaniles in Venice most distinguished for the musical tones of
The Poems of John Dryden: Volume Four: 1686-1696
If thou art thus uxoriously inclined To bear thy bondage with a willing mind,
Prepare thy neck, and put it in the yoke: 295 But for no mercy from thy woman
look. For though, perhaps, she loves with equal fires, 280. kind] intimate, loving (
OED 6) ...
Paul Hammond, Professor of Seventeenth-Century English Literature Paul Hammond, David Hopkins, 2014
The Lucrezia Borgia European Marriage Center: The third ...
... want any lunch?” Michael asked uxoriously. “I'm on a diet,” Lydia reminded him
dryly. “Okay, okay, just asking,” Michael waved his hands. “Okay, Mr. |83| THe
lucreziA borGiA europeAn MArriAGe cenTer.
A New Universal, Technological, Etymological, and ...
(taarhu, from tor, I wife, Lat.) Submissively fond of a wife; i£c- tion with connubial
dotage. UXORIOUSLY, ng-zo're-ns- le, ad. With fad nl servile submission to a
wife. UXORIOCSNESS, ug-zo're-us-nes, «. Comdul dotage ; foolish fondness for
Journals and correspondence ...
He is quite a West Indian ; gay, thoughtless, impetuous, good-natured, and of a
princely spirit ; but uxoriously, and with the most jealous tenacity, attached to his
very beautiful wife. Mrs. Burt is, indeed, the most perfect beauty I ever beheld.
Thomas Sedgewick Whalley, 1863
Specimens of the British poets: with biographical and ...
Sforza, Duke of Milan, newly married and uxoriously attached to the haughty
Marcelia, a woman of exquisite at- • Sir Giles Overreach. tractions, makes her an
object of secret but deadly enmity at his court, by the extravagant homage which
The Satires of Juvenal, Persius, Sulpicia and Lucilius
If thou CANST love, and thy besotted mind 300 Is, so uxoriously, to one inclined,
Then bow thy neck, and with submissive air Receive the yoke — thou must for
ever wear. To a fond spouse a wife no mercy shows : — Though warmed with ...
Juvenal, Persius, Sulpicia, 1860
Angels and Ages: A Short Book about Darwin, Lincoln and ...
They were both family men. They loved their wives uxoriously, lived for their
children, and were proud of their houses. Darwin was born to money, and though
he kept some gentry tastes and snobberies, like the royal family of Albert
The life and adventures of Obadiah Benjamin Franklin ...
I WAS now for the second time a widower, and as uxoriously inclined as ever,
notwithstanding it had been my ill fortune to draw worse than a blank, at my
second venture in the matrimonial lottery ! In fact, the mischievous little deity had
Obadiah Benjamin Franklin Bloomfield, Edward Franklin, 1818
Comedy, Youth, Manhood in Early Modern England
... what he deems the appropriate masculine superiority and control of his sister-
in-law that his brother Lysander uxoriously surrendered: Truth is I loue my sister
well and must acknowledge THE PLIGHT OF YOUNGER BROTHERS 71.
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «UXORIOUSLY»
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Roxane Gay doesn't want to be your feminist role model (but that's …
He is madly, uxoriously in love with me". Naturally, he later wins Best Actor because he starred in her movie. But it was her otherness, of being a first-generation ... «Daily Life, Jan 15»
Letters to Véra by Vladimir Nabokov review – scenes from a happy …
Now, perhaps for the first time, the Russian writer emerges distinct from the shadows of his biographers, and as one of the most uxoriously besotted writers of all ... «The Guardian, Nov 14»
Our most calamitous Kings, the troubled lives of our Hanoverian …
He proceeded to act on this by marrying a German princess, Charlotte, remaining uxoriously devoted to her and fathering 15 children. Yet one thing remained ... «Daily Mail, Apr 14»
How Lincoln and Darwin Shaped the Modern World
They loved their wives uxoriously, lived for their children and were proud of their houses. Darwin was born to money, and though he kept some gentry tastes and ... «Smithsonian, Jan 14»
Back in Black (Sabbath): On the comeback trail with Ozzy Osbourne …
The family are all great” – and talks uxoriously about her “flying backwards and forwards from Los Angeles to London every week to do the X Factor. I don't know ... «The Independent, Dec 13»
The Child's Child, by Barbara Vine – review
He will live uxoriously, chastely, converting his vice into convention-blessed virtue. His plan is carried out — with surprising initial success. But it doesn't work. «Spectator.co.uk, Mar 13»
ON THE WATER: The next lady for a shave, please
... the hirsute, the caprices of Jan Smuts and Thabo Mbeki, the personal hygiene of the Patriarch of Trier have been replaced by uxoriously smooth faces. «BDlive, Feb 13»
Notes taken from an Alpine landscape.
What would gratify me, merrilie, would be to follow, notate, fix in a description what these spouses chime to one another, uxoriously public, as though the world ... «The Fortnightly Review, Dec 12»
Total Letdown! The remake of sci-fi thriller Total Recall is lazy …
... pampered Hollywood princess whose limited acting talents are inadvertently underlined by the lingering close-ups that Wiseman uxoriously lavishes upon her ... «Daily Mail, Sep 12»
Tired Old Bones
I couldn't write them without you," says he, uxoriously. "Are you just trying to get laid?" she wonders. Yes, he is, and they proceed to smoosh their attractively ... «Slate Magazine, Dec 11»