The eyes and the smile of Stepan Arkadyevitch showed Levin that he comprehended that feeling fittingly
Don Quixote was standing by at the time, highly pleased to see his squire's stoutness, both offensive and defensive, and from that time forth he reckoned him a man of mettle, and in his heart resolved to dub him a knight on the first opportunity that presented itself, feeling sure that the order of chivalry would be fittingly
bestowed upon him.
He spoke his grace with some haste, and was surprised to hear his guest respond fittingly
in the Latin tongue.
One is not astonished by cruelty in a hideous face, but when it touches the features of a goddess whose fine-chiselled lineaments might more fittingly
portray love and beauty, the contrast is appalling.
You may accept my word that the child is to be fittingly
President and Directors, the sentiment of the masses of my race when I say that in no way have the value and manhood of the American Negro been more fittingly
and generously recognized than by the managers of this magnificent Exposition at every stage of its progress.
The sun has tanned her complexion, but when she has been two or three times to the bath, and is fittingly
dressed, you will see how much her beauty will be increased."
The struggle to apprehend the supernal Loveliness -- this struggle, on the part of souls fittingly
constituted -- has given to the world all that which it (the world) has ever been enabled at once to understand and to feel as poetic.
'Sir Gawain and the Green Knight' may very fittingly
bring to a close our hasty survey of the entire Norman-French period, a period mainly of formation, which has left no literary work of great and permanent fame, but in which, after all, there were some sincere and talented writers, who have fallen into forgetfulness rather through the untoward accidents of time than from lack of genuine merit in themselves.
In order to speak fittingly
to a mother of her lost son one must have had some experience of the filial relation.
Some authors, indeed, do far more than this, and indulge themselves in such confidential depths of revelation as could fittingly
be addressed only and exclusively to the one heart and mind of perfect sympathy; as if the printed book, thrown at large on the wide world, were certain to find out the divided segment of the writer's own nature, and complete his circle of existence by bringing him into communion with it.
Nothing could more fittingly
mark its 90th anniversary year.