7 examples of Abodes in a sentence
At the home of the Iranian-American Nazee Moinian, whose Manhattan apartment recalls the patrician
of the members of the Algonquin Round Table, the assembled elites are in agreement.
Thou hast forgotten, O Sancho, those lines of our poet wherein he paints for us how, in their crystal abodes, those four nymphs employed themselves who rose from their loved Tagus and seated themselves in a verdant meadow to embroider those tissues which the ingenious poet there describes to us, how they were worked and woven with gold and silk and pearls; and something of this sort must have been the employment of my lady when thou sawest her, only that the spite which some wicked enchanter seems to have against everything of mine changes all those things that give me pleasure, and turns them into shapes unlike their own; and so I fear that in that history of my achievements which they say is now in print, if haply its author was some sage who is an enemy of mine, he will have put one thing for another, mingling a thousand lies with one truth, and amusing himself by relating transactions which have nothing to do with the sequence of a true history.
Is it, haply, an idle occupation, or is the time ill-spent that is spent in roaming the world in quest, not of its enjoyments, but of those arduous toils whereby the good mount upwards to the
of everlasting life?
He called successively at the
of Athos, Porthos, and Aramis.
It is carefully mown in the hay season; if it were not, the horses would come to pasture on these green
"Not a jot I," returned Cedric; "I have never been wont to study either how to take or how to hold out those
of tyrannic power, which the Normans have erected in this groaning land.
I should have longed rather to deviate to a wood I saw not far off, which appeared in its thick shade to offer inviting shelter; but I was so sick, so weak, so gnawed with nature's cravings, instinct kept me roaming round
where there was a chance of food.