Yes, I hated myself for having forgotten her; but I hated God for having given her back to my tortured brain; it made life so many thousandfold
more sweet, and death so many thousandfold
Of all good things the origin is a thousandfold
,--all good roguish things spring into existence for joy: how could they always do so--for once only!
Whatever, Lord, we tend to Thee, Repaid a thousandfold
shall be, Then gladly will we give to Thee, Giver of all
The glow of the sun from above, its thousandfold
reflection from the waves, the sea-water that fell and dried upon me, caking my very lips with salt, combined to make my throat burn and my brain ache.
His child-like imagination pictured wonderful creatures within, and the very impossibility of forcing entrance added a thousandfold
to his desire to do so.
He operated wholly alone, but he created a thousandfold
more terror and achieved a thousandfold
more destruction than all the terrorist groups added together.
After the whirl of noise and riot in which the last two days had been passed, the pleasures of solitude and peace were enhanced a thousandfold
As the frugal farmer takes care that his cattle shall eat down the rowen, and swine shall eat the waste of his house, and poultry shall pick the crumbs,--so our economical mother dispatches a new genius and habit of mind into every district and condition of existence, plants an eye wherever a new ray of light can fall, and gathering up into some man every property in the universe, establishes thousandfold
occult mutual attractions among her offspring, that all this wash and waste of power may be imparted and exchanged.
The suggestions are thousandfold
that I hear and see.
there stands a rustic dwelling which you can make me prouder of, than all the hopes I have renounced, measured a thousandfold
Riches became mine, wealth poured in upon me, and I rioted in pleasures enhanced a thousandfold
to me by the consciousness of my well-kept secret.
However, your life could improve a thousandfold
without somebody in it.