cried Hester Prynne, who, however, inured
to such behaviour on the elf-child's part at other seasons, was naturally anxious for a more seemly deportment now.
Just what," answered the other, "would be the productive capacity of society if the present resources of science were utilized, we have no means of ascertaining; but we may be sure it would exceed anything that would sound reasonable to minds inured
to the ferocious barbarities of capitalism.
If A, is the penny sufficient, or may he claim consequential damages in the form of additional money to represent the possible profit which might have inured
from the dog, and classifiable as earned incre- ment, that is to say, usufruct?
to Syria's glowing breath, I feel the north breeze chill as death; Let grateful love quell maiden shame, And grant him bliss who brings thee fame.
By the same computation, they provided me with sheets, blankets, and coverlets, tolerable enough for one who had been so long inured
They were well weaned from the delicate milk of their mother country, and inured
to the difficulties of a strange land.
It was noon, and Monte Cristo had set apart one hour to be passed in the apartments of Haidee, as though his oppressed spirit could not all at once admit the feeling of pure and unmixed joy, but required a gradual succession of calm and gentle emotions to prepare his mind to receive full and perfect happiness, in the same manner as ordinary natures demand to be inured
by degrees to the reception of strong or violent sensations.
Constantly his wife beat him, or sent him to sit in the kitchen-- with the result that in time, he became so inured
to blows and neglect, that he ceased to complain.
A younger son, you know, must be inured
to self-denial and dependence.
Athos, foreseeing the period when he should make a soldier of the viscount, had inured
him to all kinds of arduous undertakings.
Gathergold was now so inured
to wealth, that perhaps he could not have closed his eyes unless where the gleam of it was certain to find its way beneath his eyelids.
The swiftest of them, however, are those obtained from the whites while sufficiently young to become acclimated and inured
to the rough service of the mountains.