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|It was the one touch of nature which betrayed his kinship to ordinary mortals, and |
his biogra her does 'not attempt to conceal the amiable wea 'ness : The man
that blushes is not quite a brute, or, rather, Is not quite a god. But it is not ...
|Innocence is not accustomed to blush. Moliere. The lily and the rose in her fair |
face striving for precedence. N. P. Willis. Blushes cannot be counterfeited.
□ Marguerite de Valois. The man that blushes is not quite a brute. Young.
|The concluding line of the Fourth Night is memorable : " Men may live fools, but |
fools they cannot die." What a world of trouble the ... There is also much virtue in
the lines " The man that blushes is not quite a brute." " Procrastination is the ...
|Most sure : And is it not for reason too ? Nothing this ... 'From inextinguishable life |
in man; Man, if not meant, by wort/1, to reach the sides, Had wanted wing to fly so
far in guilt. Sour grapes, I ... The man that blushes, is not quite a brute. Thus far ...
|Man never is, but always to be blest, 176 Man not suddenly good, 352 Man, not |
good to be alone, 1 M an not passion's ... 207 Man that blushes is not quite a
brute, 2 Man that hails you Tom, 251 Man that hangs on princes' favours, 67 Man
|man forget not, though in rags he lies, 237. ... Man of wisdom is the man of years, |
221. man of woe, not always a, 308. ... Man that blushes is not quite a brute, 221.
man that hails you Tom, 266- Man that hangs on princes' favors, 74. man that ...
|While man is growing, life ia in decrease ; And cradles rock us nearer to the tomb. |
Our birth is nothing but our ... The man of wisdom is the man of years. Line 77s.
Death loves a ... The man that blushes is not quite a brute. Night vii. Line 496.
|Dr. Young says, 'The man that blushes is not quite a brute.' This is undoubtedly |
true; yet nothing is more clear, as Addison has shown us, than that a person may
be both bashfirl and impudent. I know the world commend the former quality, and
|Another of his sayings was, that he liked a young man that blushed; more than |
one that turned pale. Diogenes, seeinga youth blush, said, Right, my boy: that
blush is the favorite color of virtue. The man that blushes is notquite a brute.
|"Man so various that he seemed to be, A." Dryden, Absalom and Achitophel, pt|
. i., line 645 : " Not one, but all mankind's epitome." "Man that blushes is not
quite a brute, The." Youno, Night Thoughts, night vii., line 496. "Man that hails