He had found himself so strictly guarded that he soon perceived the fruitlessness
of any attempt at escape.
On the following morning they rose early, made another hearty meal, then loading themselves with buffalo meat, set out on their return to the camp, to report the fruitlessness
of their mission.
Similarly, the bare willows seem to signal the fruitlessness
of her unrequited love.
24) Aelred of Rivaux of the same period complained of a spirit of acedia that "totally overturned my state of tranquility, and by inflicting in me horror of solitude and hatred of quietness forced me to yield to inordinate roaming, a sign of fruitlessness
The responsibility for any troubling the talks and adoption of the approaches whose fruitlessness
had already been proved (in similar cases) in the past lies on the opposite side," Shamkhani underlined.
Hamm's strategy, Cavell claims, is "to perform man's last disobedience": to secure fruitlessness
and to empty the world of justification and meaning, because "only a life without hope, meaning, justification, waiting, solution .
of cypress and willow depicts that expecting fruit from these tress is impossible.
If the reactionary concedes the fruitlessness
of his principles and the uselessness of his censures," Gomez Davila wrote in his essay "The Authentic Reactionary," "it is not because the spectacle of human confusion suffices for him.
Her response, "Too true, my lord," demonstrates the balance she maintains with Leontes: her direct answer to his question and elaboration of the fruitlessness
of trying to replace Hermione evince her authority over Leontes even as her use of "my lord" indicates her deference to his monarchical position (5.
That effectively ends a player-club relationship that even by the itinerant standards of the professional game has been notable for its fruitlessness
This experience proves the fruitlessness
of forging another coalition government.
of trying to legislate away slave labor in lands thousands of miles away, not to mention the unintended yet painful consequences of such endeavors, is enough to drive one as mad as Kurtz in Conrad's novel.