Oraciones con la palabra "galling"

Escoge una lengua, luego escriba una palabra abajo para recibir oraciones de ejemplo para esa palabra.

Galling en una oración (en ingles)

1. It was as galling and bitter as a taste of wormwood.
2. Oh! how hard is my fate, how galling these chains!.
3. He looked at me with the most galling sympathetic look.
4. The galling noises of screeching and cawing filled the air.
5. Most galling to him however was the role of the Royal Navy in this.
6. Yes, it was galling to have to resort to guerrilla tactics in his own back yard.
7. I have had a severe galling to begin with: that will make the small rubs seem easy.

8. But the last is the more galling, as we carry the chain in the name and gait of freemen.
9. Ashamed that she was poor and reduced to galling shifts and penury and work that negroes should do.
10. More so, that it should be a fellow South Indian made it all the more galling to his frustrated mindset.
11. It is a terrible moment in young lives when the closeness of love's bond has turned to this power of galling.
12. Apart from the whole process being galling, it is also a window onto the fascinating realities of the margins of the market.
13. And what could be more galling to the Whites than to see the despised niggers in numbers becoming the masters of their own women.
14. The bawling and braying slowly turned into the galling complaints of people who were being driven, in a direction that they did not want to go.
15. It is galling that the government takes another slice on dividends and capital gains after it has already charged additional tax on investing taxed income.
16. Remembering the last harsh words Rhett had hurled at her about Rhett’s words and the children’s reactions opened her eyes to a startling, a galling truth.
17. This could hardly have been more galling to any disposition than to Lydgate's, with his intense pride—his dislike of asking a favor or being under an obligation to any one.
18. Dorothea on her side had immediately formed a plan of relieving Lydgate from his obligation to Bulstrode, which she felt sure was a part, though small, of the galling pressure he had to bear.
19. In their present predicament however, while it may have been galling not to know whether they were awake in the middle of the night or the middle of the day, it mattered little in real terms.
20. Argos, Zingara, Ophir, Zamora and the Shemite countries were treated as subjugated provinces, which was especially galling to the proud Zingarans, who often revolted, despite savage retaliations.
21. Lack of information had placed them in the position of observers rather than active players and the inability to control developments was galling to say the least, particularly as the stakes were so high.
22. Sinatra had to bear the brunt of the investigation, whereas DiMaggio was able to walk away from it with nary a problem—especially galling to Sinatra since he had orchestrated the whole matter as a favor to DiMaggio.
23. It must be especially galling to Symkyn given the way Duke Eastshare, with less than a quarter of the Army of the Daivyn’s current strength, had driven the Army of Glacierheart over two hundred miles in reeling retreat.
24. The men had long scrambled through torrent and thicket under a galling fire; the sight of comrades falling acted as an incentive, and, like a series of waves, the companies surged forward, the platoons irregular, commands mixed.
25. It is to expel those foreign capitals from a trade which their own grows every day more and more insufficient for carrying on, that the Spaniards and Portuguese endeavour every day to straiten more and more the galling bands of their absurd monopoly.
26. The Romans, of old, had a practice of making the governors of those countries they conquered pass annually beneath their yoke, as a mark of submission; but we, doomed to humiliation far greater, are made to pass daily, nay, hourly, beneath one much more galling.
27. Under the first galling pressure of foreseen difficulties, and the first perception that his marriage, if it were not to be a yoked loneliness, must be a state of effort to go on loving without too much care about being loved, he had once or twice tried a dose of opium.
28. Eventually, this resulted in a revolution, costing the blood of countless hosts of men and women and children, and because of the confusion of main, it broke up into numerous factions and parties, each confined and circumscribed by the same principles which had dominated their rights under the galling yoke that had just thrown off.
29. With this uneasiness half stifled, and half reproaching him, he had been brought to the pointed comparison of himself with the brave old gentleman in whom duty was so strong; upon that comparison (injurious to himself) had instantly followed the sneers of Monseigneur, which had stung him bitterly, and those of Stryver, which above all were coarse and galling, for old reasons.
30. I am not prepared to give up our rights, whether upon the ocean or upon land, whether commercial or personal; but I may differ in the means of avenging these wrongs, and vindicating those rights, and I shall ever differ from those who wish a navy to ride triumphant in distant seas, and, under a pretext of protection to commerce, doom the nation to galling burdens too intolerable to be borne.
31. Here’s … how shall I tell you?—A theory of a sort, the same one by which I for instance consider that a single misdeed is permissible if the principal aim is right, a solitary wrongdoing and hundreds of good deeds! It’s galling too, of course, for a young man of gifts and overweening pride to know that if he had, for instance, a paltry three thousand, his whole career, his whole future would be differently shaped and yet not to have that three thousand.
32. Has it released from galling and ignominious bondage one solitary American seaman, bleeding under British oppression? Did it prevent the unmanly attack upon the Chesapeake? Did it arrest the promulgation, or has it abrogated the Orders in Council—those orders which have given birth to a new era in commerce? In spite of all its boasted effects, are not the two nations brought to the very brink of war? Are we quite sure that, on this side of the water, it has had no effect favorable to British interests.
33. The dead and the living fastened together jammed into spaces barely enough to lie on one’s side…eating, sleeping, urinating, defecating, giving birth, going insane, horror and pain for the nearly eight week horrendous voyage…fresh air excluded, stench of death and disease exuded throughout the cabin…excessive heat, floor covered with blood and mucous, the motion of the traveling slaughterhouse caused skin and flesh to be rubbed off completely, rendering bones bare… The galling of chains a constant refrain and reminder of slavery’s cruelty… copious perspiration made air unfit for respiration…Preferring death to this life of misery, jumping overboard to escape death at the hands of an enemy… The Transatlantic and watery graves, but those who survived became chained up slaves, yet the royalty remains.
34. The dead and the living fastened together jammed into spaces barely enough to lie on one’s side…eating, sleeping, urinating, defecating, giving birth, going insane, horror and pain for the nearly eight week horrendous voyage…fresh air excluded, stench of death and disease exuded throughout the cabin…excessive heat, floor covered with blood and mucous, the motion of the traveling slaughterhouse caused skin and flesh to be rubbed off completely, rendering bones bare… The galling of chains a con¬stant refrain and reminder of slavery’s cruelty… co¬pious perspiration made air unfit for respiration…Preferring death to this life of misery, jumping overboard to escape death at the hands of an en¬emy… The Transatlantic and watery graves, but those who survived became chained up slaves, yet the royalty remains.
35. How galling it is sometimes,.
1. A fact that had always galled her brother.
2. It galled her, and she thought, Just wait.
3. How that has galled him, not fighting back.
4. She was galled at her social identity as Mrs.
5. It was this chauvinism and lack of morals that galled George.
6. So really I should be happy, but nonetheless I’m not, I’m still galled and disgruntled.
7. And as much as it galled me to knock on that door, I could not come home to Eudora without seeing my father.
8. Her generous instincts, slumbering and long repressed but now suddenly and for the first time awakened, were galled at every turn.
9. True, she may not have rationally analysed all the potential consequences and that galled her, but for the rest she had been a willing partner.
10. Conan did not deign to reply to the taunt, and the black, galled perhaps by his prisoner's silence, muttered a curse, stooped and spat full in the king's face.
11. Such suggestion, regardless of his own self-discipline, galled him each and every time and cut at his soul like Ockham’s razor, whittling away his own self-decency and respect.
12. To a man galled with his harness as poor Lydgate was, it is not soothing to see two people warbling at him, as he comes in with the sense that the painful day has still pains in store.
13. When he returned he had a small limb of a tree in his hand and he Not if we hurry, said Rhett and, springing from the wagon, he disappeared into the laid it mercilessly across the horse’s galled back.
14. But—those expectations! He really had them, and he saw no agreeable alternative if he gave them up; besides, he had lately made a debt which galled him extremely, and old Featherstone had almost bargained to pay it off.
15. Gollum used to wear it at first, till it tired him; and then he kept it in a pouch next his skin, till it galled him; and now usually he hid it in a hole in the rock on his island, and was always going back to look at it.
16. And not only did he love power to which he was accustomed (the honours awarded to Prince Prozorovski, under whom he had served in Turkey, galled him), but he was convinced that he was destined to save Russia and that that was why, against the Emperor’s wish and by the will of the people, he had been chosen commander in chief.
17. And not only did he love power to which he was accustomed (the honours awarded to Prince Prozoróvski, under whom he had served in Turkey, galled him), but he was convinced that he was destined to save Russia and that that was why, against the Emperor’s wish and by the will of the people, he had been chosen commander in chief.
18. Following his last day at the office, he had made two further trips into town; one to ditch the last of the stuff he had decided he no longer needed and the second to sell his car and visit the book shop to buy the books Kara had selected from the website … as a sort of peace offering in recognition of how much it galled her to be constrained.
19. Who would not be galled by the discovery that he has become a background? Who would have supposed that she who in Kökensee thought him so wonderful, so clearly realised who he was, who walked with him there in the rye-fields and offered him every sort of incense that sweet words could invent, would, let loose in Italy, take the background he had so carefully chosen for his lovemaking and hug it to her heart and be absorbed in it and adore it beyond reason, and that he himself would turn into the background--incredible as it seemed, into just the background of his ownbackground?
20. Had left the flushing in her galled eyes,.
1. And remember putting piasters on the galls of his neck and ankles;.
2. At Mattie’s suggestion she experimented with other ingredients: oak galls, chalk, lime water, vinegar, urine.
3. Nothing galls me more than the notion of turning round and running away before this slander, leaving it unchecked behind me.
4. Combined with iron in any proportion, it gives, as it is dilute or concentrated, a pure blue or blue-black; while galls, sumach, &c.
5. In dying, little difference is observable between the chesnut and galls, and sumach, except that the former has a rather greater affinity for wool, &c.
6. Some of the Storeton Stone, if free from clay galls, although very soft when quarried, becomes hardened by exposure, and will stand the weather much better than a harder and more pretentious material.
7. After the discovery, twelve or fifteen years since, of the composition of the terra japonica, attempts were made in England to introduce it into the materia tingentia, as a substitute for galls; but unfortunately, like the extract of quercitron, it affords with iron nothing but a meagre olive; and Dr.
8. Bud-variations, such as the appearance of a moss-rose on a common rose, or of a nectarine on a peach-tree, offer good instances of spontaneous variations; but even in these cases, if we bear in mind the power of a minute drop of poison in producing complex galls, we ought not to feel too sure that the above variations are not the effect of some local change in the nature of the sap, due to some change in the conditions.
9. It ought to have been enough for you, ye scoundrels, to have changed the pearls of my lady's eyes into oak galls, and her hair of purest gold into the bristles of a red ox's tail, and in short, all her features from fair to foul, without meddling with her smell; for by that we might somehow have found out what was hidden underneath that ugly rind; though, to tell the truth, I never perceived her ugliness, but only her beauty, which was raised to the highest pitch of perfection by a mole she had on her right lip, like a moustache, with seven or eight red hairs like threads of gold, and more than a palm long.
10. If we look at the sting of the bee, as having existed in a remote progenitor, as a boring and serrated instrument, like that in so many members of the same great order, and that it has since been modified but not perfected for its present purpose, with the poison originally adapted for some other object, such as to produce galls, since intensified, we can perhaps understand how it is that the use of the sting should so often cause the insect's own death: for if on the whole the power of stinging be useful to the social community, it will fulfil all the requirements of natural selection, though it may cause the death of some few members.
11. The canker galls the infants of the spring,.

Share this with your friends

1. I had the gall to.
2. The gall of defeat became too much.
3. That all the greed and all the gall.
4. The gall of that woman, Ethan thought.
5. Then he had the gall to bitch me out.
6. And you have the gall to knock him.
7. What incredible self-confidence and gall.
8. And would have been but for the spite and gall.
9. According to Greek medicine envy is stored in the gall.
10. Bear gall bladders can sell for up to twenty times the.
11. The gall of that pallakeia! he muttered to Theodora.
12. And gracefully you closed the spring of that ever-biting gall.
13. Imagine her having the gall to tell the truth in that manner.
14. Sir Alan Lascelles had the gall to open it before me, Mother.
15. He said that pissed him off, that Bernard would have the gall to.
16. They’d been wormwood and gall, choking him with fury and despair.
17. Peter said to him, 'I perceive that you art in the gall of bitterness.
18. You have the gall to stand there and boast to me, your wife, that—.
19. You’re the one with the gall to call the First Minister of Pendor a liar.
20. He made it from ground burdock root, oak gall, and the mashed liver of a fox.
21. And afterward, to further weaken us, they had the gall to banish such things.
22. We never thought he’d have the gall to do that, did we? stated Bonkers.
23. And if the Mexican Ambassador has the gall to protest our actions afterwards, I.
24. He’s a coward who ran from the Saians on Thasos, then had the gall to write:.
25. SIDE OF EYE – This is your temple area and corresponds with the gall bladder meridian.
26. Yet she has the gall to question her good fortune, to question him, and to ping his armor.
27. However, following the system of Gall, I discovered in his cranium a bony cartilage that.
28. And he would have the gall to ask me after killing Hoenir, Mimir, Sigyn and my boys!.
29. These are blood-drenched, gold-hoarding, child-raping scum who have the gall to lecture other.
30. Losing always hurt him dreadfully—it would be gall and wormwood to have lost to such a winner.
31. And yet, Kennedy had the gall to remark that Nixon had gone out the same way he came in: no class.
32. We know she was full of the milk of human kindness: on the subject of Priscilla it was unmixed gall.
33. Eventually none had the gall to stand against me, so you see I can also save lives as well as take them.
34. Why would she put a bedpan under you for a gall bladder surgery? You should have been able to ambulate.
35. Your lunar fortress cannot be rebuilt unless by some miracle you can overthrow your own self-righteous gall.
36. And they had the fucking arrogance and gall to believe that their empires could go to war against each other.
37. Beets have been shown to help cleanse the blood, cleanse the colon and strengthen the gall bladder and liver.
38. They offered Him sour wine to drink mixed with myrrh mixed with gall but when He had tasted it He didn't take it.
39. Bite the Trainer, your Human or anyone else within striking distance when they have the gall to lay a hand on you.
40. He was still seething over Colon’s gall, but decided to send a small token to their king, with his ambassador, me.
41. And suddenly I thought of that valley of the turkeys and wondered how I could have the gall to think turkeys stupid.
42. Matt had even had the gall to name his little gunboat the USS Nathanael, after the Revolutionary war hero Nathaniel Hale.
43. You've got a lot of gall, Cam, to try to change fundamental English history, with all it means for the future United States.
44. He wanted that power, and Peter looked at him and said: I see that you are in the gall of bitterness, and the bondage of inequity.
45. My Pray’rs ascend upon the Tarry Ropes to the Goddess; I eat my Heart as if ’twere a Cake, but a bitter one, made of Gall and Sorrow.
46. He wanted that power; and Peter looked at him and said: I see that you are in the gall of bitterness, and the bondage of inequity.
47. Nor have Gall and his disciple Spurzheim failed to throw out some hints touching the phrenological characteristics of other beings than man.
48. Fraudsters occasionally have the gall to threaten investors with police action if they refuse to go ahead with an initially agreed transaction.
49. Death and gall and bitter dust were on her pen-tip; and as the afternoon wore on, red had worked into her cheek-bones and a light was in her eyes.
50. But Fernanda felt so moved that she thought she would go mad when Meme awoke at midnight with her head splitting with pain and drowning in vomited gall.
51. Nerve Plexus Area: Stomach, liver, gall bladder, pancreas, spleen and nervous system Relates to: Our sense of self in the world and self-power 52 | P a g e.
52. Oh, earth! How often did I imprecate curses on the cause of my being! The mildness of my nature had fled, and all within me was turned to gall and bitterness.
53. Colic is caused by spasm (contraction) of the smooth muscles of the hollow organs such as the intestines, stomach, gall bladder, urethra, and fallopian tubes.
54. She wanted to babble: ‘Oh, I see you, I see you! I was only fooling about invisible boys! You’re right there!’ But she swallowed her gall and gummed it tight.
55. Many times I considered Satan as the fitter emblem of my condition, for often, like him, when I viewed the bliss of my protectors, the bitter gall of envy rose within me.
56. This silence of hers brought a new rush of gall to that bitter mood in which Lydgate had been saying to himself that nobody believed in him—even Farebrother had not come forward.
57. All these years that I’ve struggled not to view myself as some sort of second-class citizen and I have the gall to tell her it’s wrong to feel different about herself!.
58. The gall bladder is another area to pay attention to this year, and the colon, bladder and sexual organs have been important since 2002 when Pluto entered your 6th house of health.
59. Care should be taken in treating animals with bile duct problems, gall bladder inflammation or any type of intestinal obstruction as dandelion may exacerbate the problem in these cases.
60. And to think that Rhett would have the gall to look a decent woman in the face after being with that creature! And to think that she could have believed he was in love with her! This proved he.
61. Such an enterprise would seem almost as hopeful as for Lavater to have scrutinized the wrinkles on the Rock of Gibraltar, or for Gall to have mounted a ladder and manipulated the Dome of the Pantheon.
62. The organs are all paired: heart and small intestine, pericardium and triple burner (the trunk of the body), spleen and stomach, lungs and large intestine, kidneys and bladder, liver and gall bladder.
63. And on top of it all, he had the Rage and hate flowed into her and stiffened her spine and with one wrench she tore consummate gall to stand here in the road and insult her with his infamous proposals.
64. And there you see the distinction between our feelings: had he been in my place, and I in his, though I hated him with a hatred that turned my life to gall, I never would have raised a hand against him.
65. And there you see the distinctions between our feelings: had he been in my place, and I in his, though I hated him with a hatred that turned my life to gall, I never would have raised a hand against him.
66. Without sugar or cream it was bitter as gall, for the sorghum used for long sweetening did little to improve the Yankees because they kept her from having real coffee with sugar and thick cream in it.
67. Exhausted by emotion, my language was more subdued than it generally was when it developed that sad theme; and mindful of Helen’s warnings against the indulgence of resentment, I infused into the narrative far less of gall and wormwood than ordinary.
68. In the middle of the night LBJ enters her room, in the darkness, presumably in his pajamas for I cannot imagine this ungainly hulk walking naked in the corridors of the White House though he undoubtedly had the gall; he stumbles to her bed and tells her, Move over.
69. So, God addressed His noble Prophet saying: We have comforted your chest and relieved you of the burden which did gall your back, then We have exalted your demonstration so that the Qur’an’s indication spread until it reached all the Arab’s countries and Al-yemen.
70. Never-theless, when her husband asked if it was not possible to have a soft-boiled egg, she did not answer simply that they had run out of eggs the week before, but she worked up a violent diatribe against men who spent their time contemplating their navels and then had the gall to ask for larks’ livers at the table.
71. She did at last give from her own purse, but she forced Pseldonimov to swallow such a cupful of gall and bitterness that more than once he ran into the room where the nuptial couch had been prepared, and madly clutching at his hair and trembling all over with impotent rage, he buried his head in the bed destined for the joys of paradise.
72. Very slight matters were enough to gall him in his sensitive mood, and the sight of Dorothea driving past him while he felt himself plodding along as a poor devil seeking a position in a world which in his present temper offered him little that he coveted, made his conduct seem a mere matter of necessity, and took away the sustainment of resolve.
73. He said it the bastard (*Name would have been changed, had it been included), he was supposed to be our and he had the gall to say his life was over, this was it, mapped out, 25 years old and no plan except to have no plan, unless you call working at something you hate for an indeterminate number of years and then retiring and working at boredom for another interminate number of years and then carking it a plan.
74. When I became desperate with silence and solitude of soul, I would get into talk with him; I wanted to hear, and reply to some words falling from a living soul, and the more filled with gall and hatred with all our surroundings they had been, the more would they have been in sympathy with my wretched mood; but he would just barely talk, quietly go on sizing his lanterns, and then begin to tell me some story as to how he had been at a review of troops in 18—, that their general of division was so-and-so, that the manœuvring had been very pretty, that there had been a change in the skirmisher's system of signalling, and the like; all of it in level imperturbable tones, like water falling drop by drop.
75. Amaran-ta, however, whose hardness of heart frightened her, whose concentrated bitterness made her bitter, suddenly became clear to her in the final analysis as the most tender woman who had ever existed, and she understood with pitying clarity that the unjust tortures to which she had submitted Pietro Crespi had not been dictated by a desire for vengeance, as everyone had thought, nor had the slow martyrdom with which she had frustrated the life of Colonel Gerineldo Márquez been determined by the gall of her bitterness, as everyone had thought, but that both actions had been a mortal struggle between a measureless love and an invincible cowardice, and that the irrational fear that Amaranta had always had of her own tormented heart had triumphed in the end.
76. The well-bred gentlewoman had seized, without second thought, the letter lying open at her feet, read it, gasped over it, paled over it, hated and disbelieved it—crushed it in her hand, and, with the now crumpled sheet between glove and palm, she was on her way to verify its purport; to make sure of the fact which women, if they would but know it, are many times happier in ignoring; to prove to herself what? That her husband was unfaithful to her; that she must either cease to love him—by the operation of one of those unbalancing coups de foudre which, we are told, turn honey to gall and love to hate in the human breast at one revolution—or that with the discovery she must also acknowledge, no matter what he did, she would love him still, and would, therefore, curse an enlightenment which should only give her a useless bitter grief to suffer for the rest of her life.
77. With this contagion, that, if I gall him slightly,.
78. And if you had the gall to do that then, logically,.
79. For one, I assisted the general surgeon (who was from Spain) on most of his major cases (gall bladders,.