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|Sentiment is intellectualised emotion ; emotion precipitated, as it were, in pretty |
crystals by the fancy. Lowell. Sentiment is the ripened fruit of fantasy. Mm*.
Delazy. Sentimental literature, concerned with the analysis and description of
|Beecher, Henry Ward Sentiment is the ripened fruit of fantasy. - Belazy, Madame |
Nevertheless, the consuming hunger of the uncritical mind for what it imagines to
be certainty or finality impels it to feast upon shadows in the prevailing famine of ...
|Sentiment is the ripened fruit of fantasy. Mme. Delazy. A' complain o' want o' siller |
; nane o' want o' sense. Scottish Proverb. The barrenest of all mortals is the
sentimentalist. Caulyle. The mind is always the dupe of the heart. La
|... a sentiment expressed by Liszt, for example, in a passage referring to the |
preludes, nocturnes and impromptus: Here are ... sour taste of half-ripened fruits
which delight us even as they dull our teeth. ... of fantasy and feeling'38 (Ignaz
Moscheles wrote as early as 1839 that 'Chopin's appearance is absolutely
identical with ...
|There are hardly any seasons, few chimneys and no word for weather. . . fruits |
and flowers ripen and bloom continuously, ... the experiences of service
personnel who spent time in Hawaii reinforced the tourist sentiments fostered by
the trans-Pacific “cruise. ... wartime, partly by observation and experience, but
also by the continued exploitation of South Seas fantasies in various forms of
|They chercli* chaunt, and rymes at random fling, The fruit-full spawne of their |
rnnke fantasies." Spenser; The ... "Deafening applause and cheering greeted this
sentiment." — London ... Tho curd or caseino of milk, with variablo quantities of
butter and common salt, pressed into molds and ripened by keeping. The various
|... times, Vanne- var Bush's dictum that "the idea of practical intercontinental |
missiles of this sort may be fantasy" to expect no ... And tools, the fruits of
technology, can create large increments to our resources by increases in
productivity which can .... rapid ripening of the bitter negative fruits of science and
techonlogy are that business and its related professions have ..... His
commentary makes interesting reading, but alas he imputes to me sentiments
and attitudes which are not mine ...
|“They cherelie chaunt, and rymes at random fling, The fruitfull "#": of their ranke |
fantasies. ... sentiment.”—London Standard. bóil, boy; póüt, jówl; cat, Gell, 841 *3.
A rural feast or merry-making. “Feasts which they called barley-feasts, wherein
they did sacrifice for ... The curd or caseine of milk, with variable quantities of
butter and common salt, pressed into and ripened by keeping. ... ing. cheese, or
more frequently #. cheeses): The fruit of two species of Mallow-(1) Malva
sylvestris, and ...
|They cherelie chaunt, and rymes at random fling, The fruitful 1 spawne of their |
ranke fantasies. ... Deafening applause and cheering greeted this sentiment. ...
The curd or caseine of milk, with variablo quantities of butter and common salt,
pressed into molds and ripened by keeping. ... (Sing, cheese, or more frequently
pi. cheeses) : The fruit of two species of Mallow— (1) Malva *yl- vestris, and (2) Af