No, Jane, no: this world is not the scene of fruition; do not attempt to make it so: nor of rest; do not turn slothful
said the pious hermit; ``I tell thee, Sir Slothful
Knight, that when I doff my friar's frock, my priesthood, my sanctity, my very Latin, are put off along with it; and when in my green jerkin, I can better kill twenty deer than confess one Christian.
Seeing which Don Quixote quitted the soft down, and, nowise slothful
, dressed himself in his chamois suit and put on his travelling boots to hide the disaster to his stockings.
The bourgeoisie has disclosed how it came to pass that the brutal display of vigour in the Middle Ages, which Reactionists so much admire, found its fitting complement in the most slothful
There was plausible ground for each of these conjectures; but it must not be concealed that more than one elderly gentleman, the victim of good cheer and slothful
habits, magisterially pronounced the secret of the whole matter to be Dyspepsia!
A civil war, indeed, is like the heat of a fever; but a foreign war is like the heat of exercise, and serveth to keep the body in health; for in a slothful
peace, both courages will effeminate, and manners corrupt.
Philander; this is no time to indulge in slothful
He reproached himself, made good resolutions, and prayed over this fault, but still he remained slothful
An unclean person is universally a slothful
one, one who sits by a stove, whom the sun shines on prostrate, who reposes without being fatigued.
Napoleon as he was empirically known consisted of a series of gradually changing appearances: first a squalling baby, then a boy, then a slim and beautiful youth, then a fat and slothful
person very magnificently dressed This series of appearances, and various occurrences having certain kinds of causal connections with them, constitute Napoleon as empirically known, and therefore are Napoleon in so far as he forms part of the experienced world.
I heard of the slothful
Asiatics, of the stupendous genius and mental activity of the Grecians, of the wars and wonderful virtue of the early Romans--of their subsequent degenerating--of the decline of that mighty empire, of chivalry, Christianity, and kings.
The reader will readily anticipate that the savage had succeeded in gaining a dangerous proximity to one of those slothful
sons of Ishmael, who were deputed to watch over the isolated encampment of the travellers.