Correct spelling for EANT
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Possible correct spellings for eant
Well, if it is, she won't eat us."
From the standpoint which she occupied, eliza was able to distinctly survey the market-place and its crowds of men, which, in the distance, resembled busy black ant-hills.
We shall get east again as soon as we can manage it, and tell you face to face.
10,118. he does not give them lines when they want supplies?
Now he being gone, as he went next day, to his favourite town of dulverton, and leaving behind him shadowy promise of the mountains he would do for me, my spirit began to burn and pant for something to go on with; and nothing showed a braver hope of movement and adventure than a lonely visit to glen doone, by way of the perilous passage discovered in my boyhood.
I meant to, to-night.
They were examples of humility and kindness shining amidst a vile and loathsome mass of hypocrisy, arrogance, and cant.
Kant, who was unusually ignorant of psychology, described space as "an infinite given whole," whereas a moment's psychological reflection shows that a space which is infinite is not given, while a space which can be called given is not infinite.
Perhaps i am, but i can't tell you now.
The curious heroic rant, indeed, supplied a vocabulary and a manner that lasted long after the jingle of the rhyming couplets had been abandoned.