But whether the sorrow was too vast to be embodied
in music, or music too ethereal to uplift a mortal woe, he soon discovered that the Requiem was beyond him just at present.
His eyes wandered from the bosom of the mound, where the foresters were seated around their glimmering fire, to the fainter light which still lingered in the skies, and then rested long and anxiously on the embodied
gloom, which lay like a dreary void on that side of him where the dead reposed.
But ancient superstitions, after being steeped in human hearts and embodied
in human breath, and passing from lip to ear in manifold repetition, through a series of generations, become imbued with an effect of homely truth.
The very ideal of ignominy was embodied
and made manifest in this contrivance of wood and iron.
He had received a good education, but, on succeeding early in life to a small independence, had become indisposed for any of the more homely pursuits in which his brothers were engaged, and had satisfied an active, cheerful mind and social temper by entering into the militia of his county, then embodied
The closing sentences of this letter -- as the housekeeper well knew when she wrote them -- embodied
the one appeal to Noel Vanstone which could be certainly trusted to produce a deep and lasting effect.
I only recollect that underneath some white covering on the bed, with a beautiful cleanliness and freshness all around it, there seemed to me to lie embodied
the solemn stillness that was in the house; and that when she would have turned the cover gently back, I cried: 'Oh no
Thou knowest the life I have led, keeping each point of my Order, striving with devils embodied
and disembodied, striking down the roaring lion, who goeth about seeking whom be may devour, like a good knight and devout priest, wheresoever I met with him even as blessed Saint Bernard hath prescribed to us in the forty-fifth capital of our rule, Ut Leo semper feriatur.
He has embodied
them as two flying figures, poised above the electric wires, and with the following inscription underneath: "By the wondrous agency of electricity, speech dashes through space and swift as lightning bears tidings of good and evil.
The Apology of Plato may be compared generally with those speeches of Thucydides in which he has embodied
his conception of the lofty character and policy of the great Pericles, and which at the same time furnish a commentary on the situation of affairs from the point of view of the historian.
for her all that was finest and strongest and best in her savage world.
It was an awkward coincidence that the bell of the Old South was just then tolling for a funeral; so that, instead of a gladsome peal with which it was customary to announce the arrival of distinguished strangers, Lady Eleanore Rochcliffe was ushered by a doleful clang, as if calamity had come embodied
in her beautiful person.