Dear, bequeath me that great patience Which has power to sustain A cheerful, uncomplaining
spirit In its prison-house of pain.
And then another slash of the whip, when all the time we are doing our very best to get along, uncomplaining
and obedient, though often sorely harassed and down-hearted.
At first he had watched him narrowly through the day, and never allowed him to sleep at night unfettered; but the uncomplaining
patience and apparent contentment of Tom's manner led him gradually to discontinue these restraints, and for some time Tom had enjoyed a sort of parole of honor, being permitted to come and go freely where he pleased on the boat.
Their entire being was reduced to a monotonous dead level of patience, resignation, dumb uncomplaining
acceptance of whatever might befall them in this life.
Cathy and her brother harassed me terribly: he was as uncomplaining
as a lamb; though hardness, not gentleness, made him give little trouble.
I speak for my sister, as well as for myself," she said, with her color a little heightened, with her natural gentleness of manner just touched by a quiet, uncomplaining
Do you think:" the uncomplaining
eyes in which there is so much endurance, fill with tears, and the lips part a little more and tremble: "that it will seem long to me, while I wait for her in the better land where I trust both you and I will be mercifully sheltered?
Now her gentle, courteous words and her uncomplaining
ways touched King Frost, and he had pity on her, and he wrapped her up in furs, and covered her with blankets, and he fetched a great box, in which were beautiful jewels and a rich robe embroidered in gold and silver.
The moodiness of my usual temper increased to hatred of all things and of all mankind; while, from the sudden, frequent, and ungovernable outbursts of a fury to which I now blindly abandoned myself, my uncomplaining
So patient she was, so uncomplaining
, and inspired by such a gentle fortitude that very often as I sat by Charley holding her head in my arms--repose would come to her, so, when it would come to her in no other attitude--I silently prayed to our Father in heaven that I might not forget the lesson which this little sister taught me.
White- kidded gentlemen and ladies laughed till the tears came, and clapped their hands in very ecstacy when that unhappy old woman would come meekly out for the sixth time, with uncomplaining
patience, to meet a storm of hisses
I do not think that I could much longer have endured the pathos of his quiet and uncomplaining