His very obstinacy and egoism now enabled him, blind, comparatively poor, and the representative of a lost cause
, to maintain his proud and patient dignity in the midst of the triumph of all that was most hateful to him, and, as he believed, to God.
He led a lost cause
, and he was not afraid of God's thunderbolts," Wolf Larsen was saying.
One doesn't meet these in saloons, nor rallying to lost causes
, nor flaming on the adventure-paths, nor loving as God's own mad lovers.
A swollen conscience caused him to see and hear even more than was warranted by his position, and his uncompromising nature compelled him to act on whatsoever he heard or saw: a savage custodian of public morals, he had in addition a perverse enthusiasm for lost causes
, loved a minority for its own sake, and untenable tenets for theirs.
A YOUNG burglar has been given a shorter jail sentence after a judge said he didn't think he was a lost cause
I am no lover of this Government, but in all fairness are they not fighting a lost cause
Getting adults to stop throwing rubbish away inappropriately might be a lost cause
but all school children need to be made aware that such uncivilised actions harms their future and should not be tolerated.
Tom Davies I THINK that Gatland made a terrible mistake in selecting Mike Phillips for first test against SA, so rather than admit it, he has dug his heels in and gone for broke with a lost cause
Winnie Davis: Daughter of the Lost Cause
is a biography of Varina Anne "Winnie" Davis, the youngest daughter of Confederate president Jefferson Davis, born in 1864 amidst the throes of the Civil War.
I feel for the lost soul in the House of Lords who shouts himself hoarse in a lost cause
None of the memorials speak of the Lost Cause
, for today everyone realizes the Lost Cause
was evil in both its respects.
As a result, the single Show Me The Wonder and new release Anthem For A Lost Cause
got significant radio play.