For who would bear the whips and scorns of time, Th'oppressor's wrong, the proud man's contumely
, The pangs of dispriz'd love, the law's delay, The insolence of office, and the spurns That patient merit of th'unworthy takes, When he himself might his quietus make With a bare bodkin?
urge; and that he will not by blow, contumely
, brawl, threat,
at Obama--"our first post-American president"--for bending the knee to the "international Left's" underhanded schemes of global governance is a splendid performance, right down to the inevitable mention of how "small" and easily picked-on Israel is.
In another poem, "He Considers Not the Lilies But Their Excellencies," the sin-eater admits that although he has scorned "episcopal vexations, contumely
and many were the rejections in contumely
and scorn, including works of art by Albert Morrow".
57) Following the Fenian raid in October of 1871, Gilbert McMicken wrote, "I cannot go far in blaming the half breeds for they have been made the objects of some contumely
& contempt and many of our Canadians are most unreasonable, exacting and disagreeable", and "Orange and other extreme people inveigh violently against the Governor.
or other writing [which amounted] to the scandal or contumely
The word "adulation" does not appear verbatim in the article, although the piece does refer to the vast extremes of public response elicited by Eddy and her work, ranging from "praise and laudation" to "scorn and contumely
His extensive discussion of the laws of nature, especially against revenge, contumely
, pride, and arrogance,
This was a group that the pubs, with their expensive offerings and ambition to attract a more upscale clientele, were increasingly excluding--in 1826 the writer Sydney Smith took them to task for 'treating humble and ill-dressed people with the most sovereign contumely
He turned to composing heroic wartime symphonies, as well as churning out some ceremonial garbage, but still had to face the contumely
from one of his own blood would have had no effect, but coming from the white woman he loved, it sunk into his soul.