Large bodies, if once overthrown, are with great difficulty set up again, or even kept erect when once seriously shaken, and the fall of such is always disastrous
The fortunes of disunited America will be even more disastrous
than those of Europe.
It proved, incontrovertibly, the disastrous
effects of machinery and division of labour; the concentration of capital and land in a few hands; overproduction and crises; it pointed out the inevitable ruin of the petty bourgeois and peasant, the misery of the proletariat, the anarchy in production, the crying inequalities in the distribution of wealth, the industrial war of extermination between nations, the dissolution of old moral bonds, of the old family relations, of the old nationalities.
This solemn deliberation he did not conceal; he rubbed his hands over his head, displacing the cap which covered its disastrous
So now we can come and go without alarming her unduly, for a shock to her would mean sudden death, and this, in Lucy's weak condition, might be disastrous
And in these disastrous
times, when the ingenuity of man has multiplied the power of weapons of war, it was possible that, without the knowledge of others, a State might try to work such a formidable engine.
For I already perceived clearly that the country about London must inevitably be the scene of a disastrous
struggle before such creatures as these could be destroyed.
It may be seen by these disastrous
details that desolation reigned in the community.
And have you done all that is possible, father, to meet this disastrous
When, therefore, servants, and princes towards servants, are thus disposed, they can trust each other, but when it is otherwise, the end will always be disastrous
for either one or the other.
The swirling body of blue men came to a sudden halt at close and disastrous
range and roared a swift volley.
Thus there will be no need for you to exhaust your strength, nor will I allow you to do so--I will not have you carry out your disastrous