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|49 In other words, it is better to travel hopefully than to arrive. No, it is not. C. S. |
Lewis demolishes this popular fallacy at one short stroke: "If that were true, and
known to be true, how could we ever travel hopefully? There would be nothing to
|Better to play with the ears than with the tongue. 1611: Davies (of Hereford), Sc. |
of Folly, 46, in Works, ii (Grosart). 1633: Draxe, 172. Better to travel hopefully than
to arrive. 1881: R.L. Stevenson, Virginibus Puerisque, lv 190, To travel hopefully
|it's better to travel hopefully than to arrive in active resistance, or while fighting for |
a cause, than to surrender and condemn yourself to a life of servitude: “'Why don't
you use some sense and try to be more like me? . . .' 'Because it's better to die ...
|It is BETTER to travel hopefully than to arrive 1881R. L. STEVENSONVirginibus |
Puerisque IV. 190 To travel hopefully is a better thing than to arrive, and the true
success is to labour. 1918D. H. LAWRENCE in English Review Jan. 29 Love is ...
|But first we must see more clearly what doing it does and does not entail. ... The |
maxim is that, even if it is sometimes better to travel hopefully than to arrive, if you
do not arrive somewhere you have not travelled there; if you do arrive, you have ...
|"It is better to travel hopefully than to arrive. " Reply: C. S. Lewis destroys that |
cliché very logically: "If that were true, and known to be true, how could anyone
travel hopefully? There would be nothing to hope for." If "arriving" is threatening, ...
|... it with gay abandon. 2 Uncontroversial use. First, hopefully has been used |
since the 17c. as an adverb of manner meaning 'in a hopeful way'. Apart from the
now proverbial misquotation 'It is better to travel hopefully than to arrive' (Robert ...
|Better to travel hopefully than to arrive. It is better to travel hopefully than to arrive. |
Mənzil başına gəlib çıxmaqdansa, ümidlə səyahət etmək daha yaxşıdır. 151.
Better to wear out than to rust out//Better wear out than rust out. Çox oturub
|“It's not that far, I think you should go,” she decided. ... 'To travel hopefully can be |
better than arriving', is a bastardisation of a quote from Twain, or Dickens, so I
had been told, I could not at that time reliably attribute it, I suspected it had to be ...
|The question of what and why they then come to believe is answered at a later |
stage. ... Often expressed in such phrases as “The search is its own reward” or “
Better to travel hopefully than to arrive,” such attitudes fit in well with modern ...