Shakespeare is fine enough and great enough when all the possible detractions
are made, and I have no fear of saying now that he would be finer and greater for the loss of half his work, though if I had heard any one say such a thing then I should have held him as little better than one of the wicked.
She could not greatly influence her daughter-in-law against me, because, between that lady and herself there was a mutual dislike--chiefly shown by her in secret detractions
and calumniations; by the other, in an excess of frigid formality in her demeanour; and no fawning flattery of the elder could thaw away the wall of ice which the younger interposed between them.
And the philosopher holding converse with the divine order, becomes orderly and divine, as far as the nature of man allows; but like every one else, he will suffer from detraction
Henri, regardless that envy stared and detraction
whispered whenever I approached her.
I regretted it especially," he resumed, taking the usual course from detraction
to insincere eulogy, "because of my gratitude and respect towards my cousin.
I offer you, now, no distinction among a bustling crowd; no mingling with a world of malice and detraction
, where the blood is called into honest cheeks by aught but real disgrace and shame; but a home--a heart and home--yes, dearest Rose, and those, and those alone, are all I have to offer.
I have said enough in answer to the charge of Meletus: any elaborate defence is unnecessary, but I know only too well how many are the enmities which I have incurred, and this is what will be my destruction if I am destroyed;--not Meletus, nor yet Anytus, but the envy and detraction
of the world, which has been the death of many good men, and will probably be the death of many more; there is no danger of my being the last of them.
Before the coming of the Scientific Age this group of gentle and noble emotions had been a fine factor in the equipment of every worthy human being, a fine factor that had its less amiable aspect in a usually harmless hostility to strange people, and a usually harmless detraction
of strange lands.
Through the consideration of these Antidotes against Detractions
, temper the manifold malapertnesse of thy tongue, of thy tempting tongue, of thy tickling tongue, of thy tattling tongue, thy taunting tongue, thy vaunting tongue, thy jesting tongue, thy gibing tongue, thy jarring tongue, thy warring tongue, thy checking tongue, thy chiding tongue, thy clattering tongue, thy clacking tongue, thy carping tongue, thy babling tongue, thy boasting tongue, thy blazing tongue, thy reviling tongue, thy scoffing tongue, thy scolding tongue, thy nicking tongue, thy nipping tongue, thy quipping tongue, thy tripping tongue, thy defaming tongue, thy detracting tongue; temper the phreneticall furie of this little Tyrant.
Despite these detractions
, Cameron has opened the door to further exploration of Abolitionist movements in the North well before historians generally consider there to be an organized or effective movement.
occur against a background of local logistical challenges, limited time constraints, culture shock, students falling sick, as well as becoming targets of thieves, and other risks, some of which can be potentially life-threatening.
are the multiplicity of driveways that snarl traffic and the plethora of utility poles that hamper sidewalk navigation.