Elsewhere match that bloom of theirs, ye cannot, save in Salem, where they tell me the young girls breathe such musk, their sailor sweethearts smell them miles off shore, as though they were drawing nigh the odorous Moluccas instead of the Puritanic
However, as I say, I had for the time forgotten that pagan company, or, in my puritanic
zeal, I might have thrown them all to be washed clean in the upland stream, whose pure waters one might fancy were fragrant from their sunny day among the ferns and the heather, fragrant to the eye, indeed, if one may so speak, with the shaken meal of the meadowsweet.
About his material there is no disputing among people of our Puritanic
There was a strong assumption of superiority in this Puritanic
toleration, hardly less trying to the blond flesh of an unenthusiastic sister than a Puritanic
In close vicinity to the sacred edifice appeared that important engine of Puritanic
authority, the whipping-post--with the soil around it well trodden by the feet of evil doers, who had there been disciplined.
The established story of his conversion was familiar on the more puritanic
platforms and pulpits, how he had been, when only a boy, drawn away from Scotch theology to Scotch whisky, and how he had risen out of both and become (as he modestly put it) what he was.
He was a soldier, legislator, judge; he was a ruler in the Church; he had all the Puritanic
traits, both good and evil.
A sober Calvinism becomes the ideological target of this critique of puritanic
humorlessness, and Hawthorne introduces Dr.
The persons now in the market-place of Boston had not been born to an inheritance of Puritanic
Boston is "the accumulation of puritanic
Here I was introduced into a strict, puritanic