When he had finished this, he went away to Euboea and settled there, and because of his renown was taken into the number of the stars in heaven, and won undying
voice of that dead time, With its interminable chime, Rings, in the spirit of a spell, Upon thy emptiness - a knell.
He cherished an undying
hatred towards me, and lost no occasion of showing it.
She smiled and thanked him, but the thing had been said and could never be unsaid, and Bertha Kircher knew even more surely than as though he had fallen upon his knees and protested undying
devotion that the young English officer loved her.
As I have said, our language was extremely meagre, and he must have strained it by the variety of ways in which he informed me of his undying
hatred of me and of his intention there and then to have it out with me.
And every fight was made up in more rounds of drinks, wherein the combatants, aided and abetted by the rest of us, embraced each other and pledged undying
A definite literary ambition grew up in me, and in the long reveries of the afternoon, when I was distributing my case, I fashioned a future of overpowering magnificence and undying
The figure ahead was that of the black dator of the First Born, Thurid, whose undying
enmity I had earned that time I laid him low with my bare hands in the courtyard of the Temple of Issus, and bound him with his own harness before the noble men and women who had but a moment before been extolling his prowess.
At first her weeping affected him, and feeling himself a beast he redoubled his protestations of undying
passion; but now it irritated him: it would have been all very well if she had been a girl, but it was silly of a grown-up woman to cry so much.
Pocock* won his spurs as a slave-driver and earned the undying
hatred of the proletariat.
It is undying
, it is but a memory, and its vividness cannot be made clear to another mind, any more than the vivid emotions of a dream.
After a continental career, which will leave undying
recollections, he is now recalled to England--at the suggestion of a person of distinction in the Church, who prefers a mild climate.