And we men, the creatures who inhabit
this earth, must be to them at least as alien and lowly as are the monkeys and lemurs to us.
For man's everyday needs, it would have been quite enough to have the ordinary human consciousness, that is, half or a quarter of the amount which falls to the lot of a cultivated man of our unhappy nineteenth century, especially one who has the fatal ill-luck to inhabit
Petersburg, the most theoretical and intentional town on the whole terrestrial globe.
These were the only living creatures that seemed to inhabit
It was impossible for them to inhabit
the chateau, now converted into a workshop and filled with machinery, but lodgings were procured in its immediate vicinity.
One day she accompanied me, upon some household errand, into the cellar of the old building which our poverty compelled us to inhabit
He was the last of his people who continued to inhabit
this country; and it may he said of him that his faults were those of an Indian, and his virtues those of a man.
The king has done me the honor to appoint me his marechal-des-logis for this journey, and as I knew with what joy his majesty would pass a day at Blois, I venture to ask your royal highness's permission to mark the house you inhabit
as our quarters.
the banks of a river on the west side of the mountains, and are described as simple, honest, and hospitable.
His idea of comfort was to inhabit
very large rooms, have a great many of them, and be conscious of their possessing a number of patented mechanical devices--half of which he should never have occasion to use.
Fat black ash by the altar-stone, Here is the white-foot rain, And the does bring forth in the fields unsown, And none shall affright them again; And the blind walls crumble, unknown, o'erthrown And none shall inhabit
It succeeded, however; and though Sir Walter must ever look with an evil eye on anyone intending to inhabit
that house, and think them infinitely too well off in being permitted to rent it on the highest terms, he was talked into allowing Mr Shepherd to proceed in the treaty, and authorising him to wait on Admiral Croft, who still remained at Taunton, and fix a day for the house being seen.
I do not know what kind of creatures inhabit
such a thicket, but several times we heard the plunging of large, heavy animals quite close to us.