Oraciones con la palabra "benighted"

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Benighted en una oración (en ingles)

1. Myserrah had stumbled down that benighted sand dune.
2. In Arabic, the word "beastly" means the "benighted".
3. Semiliterate, uneducated senior senator from the benighted State of New York.
4. What perhaps Democrat Congressmen could use, especially New York States benighted Representative Weiner.
5. When he had identified these objects in what benighted mind he had, he said, in a dialect that was just intelligible:.
6. It seemed that a spiritual hand had thus emblazoned the heavens in omen of the flag so soon to float over that benighted land.
7. It explained why, earlier in the afternoon, he had espied a chest by the side of the track while riding through this benighted forest.

8. He expressed the desire of his heart that all Christians should pray and give for the evangelization of the benighted millions of Africa.
9. But their main gate used to come out on a different pass, one more easy to travel by, so that they often caught people benighted near their gates.
10. He accepted it in the benighted way of men, who, though made in God's image, are like stone idols without sense before the smoke of certain burnt offerings.
11. We existed in a world of words and imagined intellectual propositions, spending hours talking through the possibilities for the citizens of this benighted planet.
12. The action is shrewish, benighted, mediæval, nay, barbarous; and this box was a very hard one indeed, extraordinarily hard for so little a hand and so fasting a girl.
13. Volumes of dust were swamping beds, blankets, boxes, buckets, and in fact everything; and a more miserable scene could scarcely be beheld by a party of benighted pilgrims.
14. His Tragick Flaw is that he thinks himself a Rational Being, when ’tis clear from all his Acts that he is more benighted than the lowest Insect that crawls along the Ground.
15. Looked up at his audience and said words about the saintly man that were unheard of amongst the country’s elite; far from the unlit nights of most lives in his benighted country.
16. No mischance befell them; if benighted in the wood, they lay down on the moss to repose and sleep till the morning; and their mother was satisfied as to their safety, and felt no fear about them.
17. Compare that stance with that of Obama, who, while a state senator from the benighted state of Illinois, even voted against the law entitling new-born survivors of abortion to have life-support systems.
18. Where in the world did this benighted expression originate? We all have a sex, either male or female (with a few pitiable transgender exceptions which should, by the way, be referred to as transsexual).
19. Perhaps, when contemptuously signifying to him his release, the Citizen Saviour of the Country might have thought this benighted aristocrat too broken in health and spirit and fortune to be any longer dangerous.
20. The guilt of man-stealing and of slavery can have no better atonement than by sending back to Africa the sons of those stolen from those benighted shores, who shall bring with them the light and blessing of civilization and Christianity.
21. Youssaf, waving a final, rather formal-looking farewell in Moshe’s direction, strode away at their head, leaving Shobal to round up some dockhands to carry all the paraphernalia with which Myserrah had stumbled down that benighted sand dune.
22. And as long as the treasure flowed north, without a break, that utter sentimentalist, Holroyd, would not drop his idea of introducing, not only justice, industry, peace, to the benighted continents, but also that pet dream of his of a purer form of Christianity.
23. While we repudiate emphatically the idea that Mohammedanism can be a substitute for Christianity in civilizing Africa, yet it is only just that we should admit that Islam brings with it some influences for good into that benighted land—influences that strongly appeal to the higher instincts and aspirations of the people, and are, therefore, an elevating power.
24. He recalled a little of the past history of Liverpool and contrasted it happily with the present state of things, when so many, from the different denominations of the city, could come together so harmoniously to greet the young missionaries from Fisk University, on their way to the west coast of Africa to teach the knowledge of the Gospel to the benighted of their race.
25. The benighted disbelievers from among them shall be all killed by the believers, while all the others who will keep alive shall certainly believe at the hands of our Master Jesus (pth) as the Almighty mentioned and promised in the Holy Qur'an when He says: There is some of the people of the Book but will believe in him before his death; and on the Day of Resurrection he will be a witness for them.
26. Andrew Jackson, one of the missionaries, then spoke, and gave a very interesting account of their call to the work, and of the great increase of the missionary spirit in Fisk University during the year, and of the great self-denial on the part of the colored parents and of pupils, that larger numbers may get an education, and so be prepared for a greater usefulness among their own benighted people.
27. But when he took up the mighty task to which he consecrated his life, and was left to grapple with illiteracy, superstition and the needs of a benighted and down-trodden people, knotty questions in theology no longer vexed him, for he recognized that there was but one all-sufficient solvent for the dark problems which thrust themselves into the foreground, and that was the redemptive power of the Gospel of Christ.
28. He was an alcoholic, according to his son, and this was the first time Jenny had seen him inter pocula, but the implications for Chip and for family life in general seemed to fall away beside the manifest injustice of being made to perform for these people like trained monkeys, of having to be Jenny, and of not quite being able to recall the country that was supposed to be hers, on whose benighted people the fascist Nixon was even now dumping his bombs.
29. But oh, how nimbly now did he go up the rest of the hill! Yet, before he got up, the sun went down upon Christian; and this made him again recall the vanity of his sleeping to his remembrance; and thus he again began to condole with himself: O thou sinful sleep; how, for thy sake, am I like to be benighted in my journey! I must walk without the sun; darkness must cover the path of my feet; and I must hear the noise of the doleful creatures, because of my sinful sleep.

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