By degrees, I became calm enough to release my grasp and partake
This would surpass Common revenge, and interrupt his joy In our Confusion, and our Joy upraise In his disturbance; when his darling Sons Hurl'd headlong to partake
with us, shall curse Thir frail Originals, and faded bliss, Faded so soon.
At noon, upon the motion of Athelstane, the travellers paused in a woodland shade by a fountain, to repose their horses and partake
of some provisions, with which the hospitable Abbot had loaded a sumpter mule.
Not only did Noureddin's friends constantly partake
of his hospitality, but in every way they took advantage of his generosity; everything of his that they admired, whether land, houses, baths, or any other source of his revenue, he immediately bestowed on them.
The nearest relation gives the first thrust, and is followed by all the rest according to their degrees of kindred; and they to whom it does not happen to strike while the offender is alive, dip the points of their lances in his blood to show that they partake
in the revenge.
Don Quixote explained his wish, and begged him to ask his ape at once to tell him whether certain things which had happened to him in the cave of Montesinos were dreams or realities, for to him they appeared to partake
In the trade to China and India, we interfere with more than one nation, inasmuch as it enables us to partake
in advantages which they had in a manner monopolized, and as we thereby supply ourselves with commodities which we used to purchase from them.
A fourth and still more important consideration is, that as almost every State will, on one side or other, be a frontier, and will thus find, in regard to its safety, an inducement to make some sacrifices for the sake of the general protection; so the States which lie at the greatest distance from the heart of the Union, and which, of course, may partake
least of the ordinary circulation of its benefits, will be at the same time immediately contiguous to foreign nations, and will consequently stand, on particular occasions, in greatest need of its strength and resources.
The ground floor of the hotel was occupied by a large bar, a sort of restaurant freely open to all passers-by, who might partake
of dried beef, oyster soup, biscuits, and cheese, without taking out their purses.
Only those animals partake
of intelligence that have to meet a huge variety of needs and dangers.
Beside him glided Caderousse, whose desire to partake
of the good things provided for the wedding-party had induced him to become reconciled to the Dantes, father and son, although there still lingered in his mind a faint and unperfect recollection of the events of the preceding night; just as the brain retains on waking in the morning the dim and misty outline of a dream.
Be assured that I partake
in all your feelings, and do not be angry if I say that our intercourse, even by letter, must soon be given up.