At last the father said: "We feel highly honoured by your Majesty's proposal, but you see our daughter is a tender young thing, and we fear that in the vehemence
of your affection you might possibly do her some injury.
I've come to buy you, and take you home," said George, with impetuous vehemence
'My children, my defrauded, swindled infants!' cried Mr Kenwigs, pulling so hard, in his vehemence
, at the flaxen tail of his second daughter, that he lifted her up on tiptoe, and kept her, for some seconds, in that attitude.
'May she wake in torment!' he cried, with frightful vehemence
, stamping his foot, and groaning in a sudden paroxysm of ungovernable passion.
The child died "Thank God!" she added with sudden vehemence
, and "I--well, you will wonder how I came to this, I wonder myself-- it has all happened but six months ago, and yet I seem to have forgotten--only the broken- hearted and the hungry would understand, if I could remember--and yet it was not life, certainly not life I wanted--and yet I couldn't die--"
This inflamed his rage; he repeated his threatenings, and turning to his companions, spoke with great vehemence
in the Japanese language, as I suppose, often using the word CHRISTIANOS.
It is curious to observe, with what vehemence
this part of the plan is assailed, on the principle here taken notice of, by men who profess to admire, without exception, the constitution of this State; while that constitution makes the Senate, together with the chancellor and judges of the Supreme Court, not only a court of impeachments, but the highest judicatory in the State, in all causes, civil and criminal.
Hearing these words the King advanced towards me with a menacing cry as if to pierce me through the diagonal; and in that same moment there arose from myriads of his subjects a multitudinous war-cry, increasing in vehemence
till at last methought it rivalled the roar of an army of a hundred thousand Isosceles, and the artillery of a thousand Pentagons.
then I take you my canoe Nukuheva--and you run away ship no more.' With these words, enforced by a vehemence
of gesture I cannot describe, Marnoo started from my side, and immediately engaged in conversation with some of the chiefs who had entered the house.
At first he blamed himself for this falling away, and the fear of hell-fire urged him to renewed vehemence
; but the passion was dead, and gradually other interests distracted his thoughts.
At the end of the meeting the Grand Master with irony and ill-will reproved Bezukhov for his vehemence
and said it was not love of virtue alone, but also a love of strife that had moved him in the dispute.
"Still, I don't see why you shouldn't cherish that illusion, if it pleases you." He spoke without much vehemence
of agreement or disagreement.