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Also, when discords, and quarrels, and factions are carried openly and audaciously, it is a sign the reverence of government is lost.
Sir John Suckling, a handsome and capricious representative of all the extravagances of the Court set, with whom he was enormously popular, tossed off with affected carelessness a mass of slovenly lyrics of which a few audaciously impudent ones are worthy to survive.
You are a sort of monster," I added audaciously, "a Caliban who has pondered Setebos, and who acts as you act, in idle moments, by whim and fancy.
On the contrary, the fury of the old spinster was beyond bounds, when she found what was Rebecca's situation, and how audaciously she had made use of Miss Crawley's name, to get an entree into Parisian society.
I looked through the window, and saw the World, the Flesh, and the Devil waiting before the house-- as typified in a carriage and horses, a powdered footman, and three of the most audaciously dressed women I ever beheld in my life.
In the course of your personal interview with me, you audaciously referred to my late daughter's parentage on the father's side, as if that parentage was a matter of doubt.
This interruption, and the consequent wakefulness of Mrs Varden, who had been nodding in her sleep up to this point, except for a minute or two at a time, when she roused herself to scold the locksmith for audaciously taking hold of her to prevent her nodding herself out of the chaise, put a restraint upon the whispered conversation, and made it difficult of resumption.
Sparsit had audaciously anticipated him, and presumed to be wiser than he.
The men replied audaciously, they should be starved if they stayed here, for they could not work, and would not work, and they could but be starved abroad; and if they were murdered, there was an end of them; they had no wives or children to cry after them; and, in short, insisted importunately upon their demand, declaring they would go, whether they gave them any arms or not.
Oh the fire of it, more dazzling than the flames of the burning ship, throwing a magic light on the wide earth, leaping audaciously to the sky, presently to be quenched by time, more cruel, more pitiless, more bitter than the sea--and like the flames of the burning ship surrounded by an impenetrable night.
A Note on Trump: We Are No Longer Entertained After Presidential candidate Donald Trump audaciously suggests Muslims be banned from entering the United States, this blogger is like, ok, it's not funny anymore.
But now the Blues have entered the equation, with chairman Peter Thomas audaciously proposing the player moves to the Arms Park with immediate effect.