Such names are given in the western "settlements" only to elderly persons who are not esteemed; to the general disrepute of social unworth is affixed
the special reproach of age.
Human or animal, the mystical brow is as that great golden seal affixed
by the German emperors to their decrees.
Marianne's pianoforte was unpacked and properly disposed of; and Elinor's drawings were affixed
to the walls of their sitting room.
To the house at the head of the bridge there had been affixed
three small banners, representing the king, the dauphin, and Marguerite of Flanders, and six little pennons on which were portrayed the Duke of Austria, the Cardinal de Bourbon, M.
There is not, indeed, a greater error than that which universally prevails among the vulgar, who, borrowing their opinion from some ignorant satirists, have affixed
the character of lewdness to these times.
Fine gentlemen smiled at her benevolently as they talked with Martin and one another; a type-writer clicked; signatures were affixed
to an imposing document; her own landlord was there, too, and affixed
his signature; and when all was over and she was outside on the sidewalk, her landlord spoke to her, saying, "Well, Maria, you won't have to pay me no seven dollars and a half this month.
He went from one end of the train to the other, and affixed
to the door of each car a notice written in manuscript.
His Majesty was flattered, and, with the air of one to whom the signing of treaties and concessions is an everyday affair, affixed
a thick, black cross upon the spot indicated.
You will betray your feelings improperly, if you are too conscious and too quick, and appear to affix more meaning, or even quite all the meaning which may be affixed
Then the best archers of the band set up a small wand at eightscore paces distant, and thereon they affixed
a wreath of green.
The therns fired upon them through shields affixed
to their rifles, but on, steadily on, came the grim, black craft.
Carved globes of wood were affixed
under the jutting stories.