It sends forth its emigrants like any other old region, and it is pregnant
with industry and enterprise.
Unto whose use the pregnant
suns are poised With idiot moons and stars retracing stars?
The other is more pregnant
of adventure and romance than the Roman name.
The proceeding upon somewhat conceived in writing, doth for the most part facilitate dispatch: for though it should be wholly rejected, yet that negative is more pregnant
of direction, than an indefinite; as ashes are more generative than dust.
He smiled, a very grim smile pregnant
with hidden meaning.
There was no time to think twice about my feat, or, indeed, about anything else that befell upon a night when each moment was more pregnant
than the last.
Dead Bartolomeo preached his pregnant
sermon, and its burden was: You that worship the vanities of earth--you that long for worldly honor, worldly wealth, worldly fame--behold their worth!
For about four thousand years she travailed, she grew pregnant
, she produced, and then, when stones began to cover the soil where the golden harvests sung by Homer had flourished, her children abandoned her exhausted and barren bosom.
His sister, Miss Graves, who kept house for him, gave up her secretaryship of the Maternity Club, which provided the pregnant
poor with flannel, baby linen, coals, and five shillings.
I foresee that the future is pregnant
with events, and that there is much that needs explanation.
And he accompanied that reply with a glance more pregnant
with injurious allusion, as far as Fouquet was concerned, than politeness.
She had been married during the previous winter, and being pregnant
did not go to any large gatherings, but only to small receptions.