Oraciones con la palabra "austere"

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  1. The austere surroundings of the.
  2. In the austere monastic rule of St.
  3. It’s charged place, cold and austere.
  4. Some might even call his quarters austere.
  5. Still the same austere, monastic appearance.
  6. The room was austere, faced with undressed.
  7. It had an austere, almost monastic appearance.
  8. They made religion austere and very difficult.
  9. He was a tall, austere looking man who stooped.
  10. It was homey, but austere, and unmistakably male.
  11. There’s was an austere culture and he admired it.
  12. The plains of Old Castile may well be called austere.
  13. Thoughts and Other's: Austere Ideas for a Debt-Free Mind.
  14. We can pretend to be austere and intellectual, but what.
  15. It seemed to be a common habit in this austere household.
  16. Before I moved in with you, I lived in austere apartments.
  17. My hair? But I tried to fix it in the most austere style.
  18. The monks looked austere but waited for guidance from the elder.
  19. She then turned to glare at Corallyn and spoke in an austere tone.
  20. Celia’s eyes went cold, her face became stiff and austere suddenly.
  21. The absence of shade and the austere aspect of the place were striking.
  22. A disarmingly tall and austere man rose and requested the students to.
  23. She was a tall, austere woman with short gray hair and intelligent eyes.
  24. Thou knew that I was an austere man, taking up that I laid not down, and.
  25. Eames chairs surrounded a table of austere and vaguely Nordic wooden toys.
  26. An austere constable stopped just inside to shake the snow from his boots.
  27. By causing their followers lose touch with reality through austere, cultlike.
  28. The austere Vietnamese handmade double bed was covered with a taut white sheet.
  29. She laughed softly, but her laughing quickly turned to austere coughing and she.
  30. Although the Lighthouse Inns accommodations austere in comparison to what Novak.
  31. He was a very austere Father for himself, but very paternal y loving to his children.
  32. Paul was also a Rabbi, who actively sponsored, and vehemently adhered to, the austere.
  33. John tried to live a very austere life to cover the fact that he just didn’t like to.
  34. Pushing the double doors, she entered a starkly more austere room compared to the lobby.
  35. He was stoical, serious, austere; a melancholy dreamer, humble and haughty, like fanatics.
  36. This fourteenth century mosque is a masterpiece of Arab architecture, austere and majestic.
  37. Thanks to these children, there was, among so many austere hours, one hour of ingenuousness.
  38. There is no gloominess in true religion, and no religion in looking gloomy, sour, or austere.
  39. A useful and graciously austere half-light which dissipates puerile fears and obviates falls.
  40. The historian of manners and ideas has no less austere a mission than the historian of events.
  41. His remarkably noble and austere expression struck Morrel, who began his story with trembling.
  42. Flowers, bottles, plates, all sick-room litter was taken away; everything was harsh and austere.
  43. The banquet hall was as austere as the rest of the house, but the low table was handsomely carved.
  44. John very much enjoyed the riot of color after the rather austere landscape of the last week or so.
  45. The cliff was so austere that it was impossible to believe that anything could be concealed there.
  46. She had expected something more austere from the sharply dressed and weirdly obsessive billionaire.
  47. Enjolras, who was standing on the crest of the barricade, gun in hand, raised his beautiful, austere face.
  48. Their names, also, had vanished from among men; they no longer existed except under austere appellations.
  49. And so, a parcel of land with its austere architecture became available for this new and humble beginning.
  50. Civil Service employees (both federal and state) need a new pension system that is more austere and do-able.
  51. In the mature Antonia he could see with an extraordinary vividness the austere schoolgirl of the earlier days.
  52. She was a person—we dare not say a woman—who was gentle, austere, well-bred, cold, and who had never lied.
  53. It is scarcely accurate to call Juvenal a bufón,since he was rather a scornful, austere satirist of indignation.
  54. As he starts his talk, I realize he’s infinitely less austere than he seemed in the hothouse of the meditation session.
  55. Their suspense was, from one point of view, almost frivolous, but even the most austere of the monks were affected by it.
  56. The austere committee room was laid out with rows of simple chairs, occupied by around fifty sombre looking men and women.
  57. He was without arms, and his paint tended rather to soften than increase the natural sternness of his austere countenance.
  58. Well, why don’t you speak? Whom have you got there dressed up as a Hungarian? said the commander with an austere gibe.
  59. I missed the taste of flowers in my mouth and the rush of life, of murderous rage or even the ennui of life in that austere box.
  60. He was looking at the ceiling in a noncommital manner, the expression on his face lacking its usually austere, professional look.
  61. The one, austere, high-nosed, eagle-eyed, and dominant, was none other than the illustrious Lord Bellinger, twice Premier of Britain.
  62. This was a place of expiation, and not of punishment; and yet, it was still more austere, more gloomy, and more pitiless than the other.
  63. It is said that a Kshatriya is elevated to the status of rajarshi by dint of his pious life and austere devotion just as a Brahmin is.
  64. This charisma is given, as are al charismata, to the simple and humble soul, in accordance with the austere and precise spiritual order.
  65. The exulting Indian had resumed his austere countenance, though he drew warily back before the menacing glance of the young man's fiery eye.
  66. It was an austere thing, built of solid reddish-brown wood, and hailing from back in the days when radios were made to look like furniture.
  67. Then the strong, soothing hand of the austere maid drew her head down on to the cushion, and the wild anger died away into passionate sobbing.
  68. The abbey of La Trappe, from which this austere order takes its name, was founded in 1140 in the department of the Orne (northwestern France).
  69. On the contrary, his austere face was even more severe than usual as he commented upon the things that I had done and the things that I had not.
  70. Modi, of course, leads a more austere life, though he’s partial to his designer kurtas, pens, watches and glasses, and even, I am told, shoes.
  71. There was a small vertical line between her brows which gave her charming face a look of concentrated thought, almost austere at the first glance.
  72. It's an austere type, my dear boy, ' the girl-nun,' as you once described her , ' the cool young lady' has been my name for her a iontr time past.
  73. And even that austere and cautious man, though he frowned as he read the news of the miracle, could not completely restrain some inner emotion.
  74. It was a dreadfully austere inquiry, but levity was not our note, and, at any rate, before the gray dawn admonished us to separate I had got my answer.
  75. Feeling equally at home in the opulent bungalow and the austere old-age home, he purveyed the activities of various charitable trusts set up by Suresh.
  76. In the midst of Bob doing his head spins, an austere looking male nurse with a dildo demeanor walked into our break-room, and gave us a stink face.
  77. Though the moon had been up only an hour its austere presence seemed to mock the vaporous clouds that flitted fretfully across its globular, glowing face.
  78. That might be why their faces became lined, their skin flaky and their bodies bent, while clerics stayed fit and spry later into their quiet, austere lives.
  79. The cold, austere tone of this man, whom he had almost always before met at balls, amiably smiling in the society of the most brilliant women, surprised Pierre.
  80. It is not necessary to wear a peculiar dress, or to put on an austere countenance, and to retire from the world, in order to sit down in the kingdom of heaven.
  81. Some thirty pictures by the masters, uniformly framed and separated by gleaming panoplies of arms, adorned walls on which were stretched tapestries of austere design.
  82. He could not understand how that proud and austere beauty could show herself to be such an utter child—a child who probably did not even now understand some words.
  83. I knew a father who was a stern, austere man, but used to go down on his knees to his daughter, used to kiss her hands, her feet, he couldn't make enough of her, really.
  84. The British embassy in Lagos stood out as the typical colonial building of the Africas, resplendent and austere, an indubitable legacy from the golden years of the Empire.
  85. While the furnishing of that huge hall was rather austere to her taste, the acoustics proved adequate, like the facilities for the performers in the back of the large stage.
  86. The stud master’s personality was reflected in the austere presentation of the surroundings where dark leather furniture and bare polished floorboards produced a dull lustre.
  87. Eyre? Don’t trouble yourself to answer—I see you laugh rarely; but you can laugh very merrily: believe me, you are not naturally austere, any more than I am naturally vicious.
  88. Here was character; to win Aunt Susan's respect would be no light task, her personal and intimate belongings showed an austere sense of values and an almost surgical cleanliness.
  89. Extreme neatness was characteristic of Simeon, but he disliked anything florid in dress or appearance, anything opposed to the austere simplicity that marked his manner of living.
  90. He was of humble origin, of strong will and steadfast faith, of austere appearance, but of deep tenderness, though he obviously concealed it as though he were almost ashamed of it.
  91. I’ve already identified how this can be done in Chapter 4, and it’s very austere and harsh in changes, but it is a pill that needs to be swallowed to avoid worldwide devastation.
  92. Her sufferings were physical as well as mental, for over one eye rose a hideous, plum-coloured swelling, which her maid, a tall, austere woman, was bathing assiduously with vinegar and water.
  93. If you have no objection I will walk, he said, putting his hands in the pockets of his jacket, and treading lightly up and down the diagonal of the large cabinet, furnished in an austere style.
  94. Once the interpretation of riding is abolished the continuing elevation to an experience is laid out in austere craft – say for instance the forehand grunt hitting the white line without argument.
  95. She thus grabbed her equipment pouch and followed the big American out of the compartment and up to the deck above, where he showed her a small and austere washroom with a shower stall in one corner.
  96. An austere Victorian Andy Warhol who, instead of Marilyn Monroes image, duplicated his architectural blueprint ad infinitum and gave it away for free to the rigidly conformist Englishmen of that era.
  97. As Alyosha left the monastery and thought them over, he suddenly realized that he had met a new and unexpected friend, a warmly loving teacher, in this austere monk who had hitherto treated him sternly.
  98. So he said to him, It seems to me, Senor Knight-errant, that your worship has made choice of one of the most austere professions in the world, and I imagine even that of the Carthusian monks is not so austere.
  99. The room, which he remembered so orderly, so austere even, with its beautiful dark panelling and tiers upon tiers of books, was messed over with the remains of what appeared to be a particularly uproarious supper-party.
  100. Even when things change, you see how quickly the lack of money makes them austere backwards, always back, not to equality, but great and almost absolute disparity – a polarity of the inhumanely wealthy and the monstrously impoverished.

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