No lower estimate could have vindicated
the indefatigable zeal with which she scratched, and her unscrupulousness in digging up the choicest flower or vegetable, for the sake of the fat earthworm at its root.
The acute policy dictating these movements was sufficiently vindicated
at daybreak, by the sight of a long sleek on the sea directly and lengthwise ahead, smooth as oil, and resembling in the pleated watery wrinkles bordering it, the polished metallic-like marks of some swift tide-rip, at the mouth of a deep, rapid stream.
No patent has ever been submitted to such determined assault from every direction as Bell's; and no inventor has ever been more completely vindicated
No doubt it would have been better; but I should not be avenged, nor the honour of my husband vindicated
, should he find so clear and easy an escape from the strait into which his depravity has led him.
The power of regulating and calling forth the militia has been already sufficiently vindicated
I put it to you in full confidence of a response that shall be worthy of our national character, and calculated to increase, rather than diminish, the glory which our ancestors have transmitted to us, and which we ourselves have proudly vindicated
in our warfare with the cranes.
Captain Bonneville vindicated
the policy of his conduct.
Is it an objection that I have triumphantly defended myself against slander and vindicated
my purity in a court of justice?
Having described the genesis of their journey, and paid a handsome tribute to his friend Professor Challenger, coupled with an apology for the incredulity with which his assertions, now fully vindicated
, had been received, he gave the actual course of their journey, carefully withholding such information as would aid the public in any attempt to locate this remarkable plateau.
his sons had run away at various times), leaving my guardian quite delighted by the manner in which he had vindicated
his childish character.
They want to throw mud at you, prince, and you must be triumphantly vindicated
It was not yet quite midwinter, and the turbulent Fifty Mile River vindicated