Everything else races toward disaster, and Hemingway's JAMA reading accentuates how hollowly
Three days previously "leader" Nigel Farage laughed hollowly
when I suggested he had no intention of stepping down.
21-23 I'll teach you how you shall arraign your con-science, / And try your penitence, if it be sound, / Or hollowly
Voices and commands echoed hollowly
, were lost in a chorus of profanity and hoarse sobbing, the straining sweating noises of men in great labor.
26) In the Furioso, though, instead of triumphing over Morgana (or even Angelica for that matter), Ariosto's hero snatches the forelock (crine) of the nearest proxy--Angelica's palfrey--and hollowly
repeats his earlier allegorical victory.
I followed him up the stairs, our footsteps clattering hollowly
, and when we came into the upper floor it was brightly lit from the larger windows.
The men's claims to power echo even more hollowly
as the women's sex strike takes effect.
I laughed hollowly
as I remembered driving her to the airport and picking her up afterwards," says Val.
Indeed, while literature about women and men might have been drawn from ideas broadly concerning the human condition, as Warner argues, rather than with a view specifically to vilify or hollowly
praise women as is commonly thought, it is significant that women remained relatively silent on the subject (including in Warner's study, with a few fascinating exceptions that might have benefitted from further analysis, such as Louise Labe).
Dry leaves seasons old windrowed versus as a tallboy rattled hollowly
in the anxious wind.
His language and assumptions remain tellingly juridical, even in their often sacramental form: upon meeting Julietta in the prison, he offers to "teach you how you shall arraign your conscience / And try your penitence, if it be sound / Or hollowly
put on" (2.
So, weak-chested, round-shouldered, we stoop hollowly
forward on ourselves.