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|17. Dignity. -. 805. When boasting ends, there dignity begins. - Owen Young 806. |
Perhaps the only true dignity of man is his capacity to despise himself. -
Santayana 9(5 (Ss 807. No race can prosper till it learns that there.
|–William Shakespeare • “Mules are always boasting that their ancestors were |
horses.” –German proverb • “When boasting ends, there dignity begins.” –Owen
Young (General Electric chairman) • “It's a weak nation, like a weak person, that ...
|To such as boasting show their scars a mock is due. — Shakespeare. The blush |
is nature's alarm nt the approach of sin, and her testimony to the dignity of Tirtue.
— Fuller. Like the ... Shakespeare. Where boasting ends, there dignity begins.
|Better one braggadocio than two fighters; boasting only is resorted to to blind our |
fears ; boast not thyself of tomorrow, ... they can do least who boast loudest ; we
rise in glory, as we sink in pride ; where boasting ends, there dignity begins ; a ...
W. V. Byars - 1901 - Read
|These kind of knaves I know, which in their plainness Harbor more craft, and |
more corrupter ends, Than twenty silly ducking observants, That stretch their ...
We rise in glory, as we sink in pride : Where boasting ends, there dignity begins.
|BOASTING AND DIGNITY. \Vhere boasting ends, there dignity begins. DR. E. |
YOUNG. BOATMAN-A Description of I There is a certain expression about his
loose hands, when they are not in his pockets, as if he were carrying a
|Theudas boasting himself to be somebody—Acts. BOASTING. We rise in glory, |
as we sink in pride; Where boasting ends, there dignity begins. —Y0ung. The
Mongols illustrate boasting by the following story: Two geese, when about to start
|We rise in glory, as we sink in pride; Where boasting ends, there dignity begins. |
Young's Night Thoughts. , 17. For men (it is reported) dash and vapour Less on
the field of battle than on paper. Thus in the hist'ry of each dire campaign, More ...
|BOASTING. So spake the apostate angel, though in pain, Vaunting aloud, but |
rack'd with deep despair. Milton's Paradise Lost, b. 1. We rise in glory, as we sink
in pride : Where boasting ends, there dignity begins. Young's Night Thoughts, n.
|Where boasting ends, there dignity begins. — There is a paradox in pride— it |
makes some men ridiculous, but prevents others from becoming so. — Colton. —
Carnal pride is a strange thing— it makes everybody else sick but those that have
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