full of strength

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I only mean to say that for a young horse full of strength and spirits, who has been used to some large field or plain where he can fling up his head and toss up his tail and gallop away at full speed, then round and back again with a snort to his companions -- I say it is hard never to have a bit more liberty to do as you like.
Her limbs were indeed full of strength and agility, and, as her mind was no less animated with spirit, she was perfectly able to keep pace with her nimble lover.
She was quite easy on that head, and consequently full of strength and courage, till for a moment electrified by Mrs Croft's suddenly saying,--
" 'And their children also have children,' said the old sailor; 'yes, those are our grand-children, full of strength and vigor.
A sweeter secret nestled deeper in my heart; one full of tenderness and as full of strength: it took the sting out of Hunsden's sarcasm; it kept me unbent by shame, and unstirred by wrath.
"I love going with the GB team, it's full of strength and quality - especially in the relays,"he added.
This is for the readers, who, once they hold the issue in their hands, can see themselves in the mirror and be part of the collective composed of women full of strength, kindness, and integrity.
They are full of strength, faith and optimism," Petro Poroshenko added.
The result, today's cover story, is a wonderful interview, full of strength and hope.
He is full of strength and energy and wants to play in England this season.
Full of strength and desire in the middle and keen to break foward when he could.
It's important to remember Tubman's contributions, but it's even more important to realize that she once was a young girl, full of strength, courage and the will to do something.