Oraciones con la palabra "spurn"

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1. Mexico was offered to accept or spurn.
2. The merchants hate and spurn this ruinous defence.
3. She shouldn’t spurn me just for being a true man.
4. Would I rather not learn the truth, spurn it, or burn it? Not I!.
5. You spurn my offers of getting military and government assistance.
6. There are many who will speak out when the actions of one spurn a few to the cause.
7. Sir, if the Spanish nation has any feeling for its sovereignty, it would spurn your request.

8. The first I chose was Céline Varens—another of those steps which make a man spurn himself when he recalls them.
9. Away with all your superstitions, Servile masses arise, arise! We’ll change henceforth the old tradition, And spurn the dust to win the prize.
10. And sooner than go back disgraced to Kunitz and fling herself at paternal feet which would in all probability immediately spurn her, Priscilla felt she would die.
11. It’s the malady of our men, Kusuma sounded sympathetic, that they won’t marry widows and spurn divorcees, leaving both to rot in their paternal homes.
12. Woe upon you Pharisees who have persisted in rejecting the light of life! You are meticulous in tithing and ostentatious in almsgiving, but you knowingly spurn the visitation of God and reject the revelation of his love.
13. He declared his full confidence in their fidelity, patriotism, and honor, and he believes that they will not only spurn with contempt the attempt to seduce them, but will hail the present measure as just, honorable, and wise.
14. Woe upon all who shun justice, spurn mercy, and reject truth! Woe upon all those who despise the revelation of the Father while they seek the chief seats in the synagogue and crave flattering salutations in the market places!.
15. No, sir, it is not possible that an American Congress does exist, or can ever exist, that would not spurn from themselves every vestige of an idea that they could be brought, under any circumstances, to perform so degrading and dishonorable a task.
16. Nekhludoff, however, was surprised that that chanter did not understand that everything in the church, and in the whole world, for that matter, existed only for Katiousha, and that one might spurn the entire world, but must not slight her, because she was the centre of it.
17. Why hast thou done this abomination before me that thou didst spurn me for a merchant of jalaps and didst deny me to the Roman and to the Indian of dark speech with whom thy daughters did lie luxuriously? Look forth now, my people, upon the land of behest, even from Horeb and from Nebo and from Pisgah and from the Horns of Hatten unto a land flowing with milk and money.
18. Fusillades in the centre of a town, a sudden charge with the bayonet in a thronged market-place, the unexpected firing of a mine, and similar proofs of the "patriotism" of one party or the other, may be expected at any moment; and although pretending to inclusion in the list of civilised nations, either party will spurn the idea of notice or warning previous to the bombardment of a town.
19. No, sir, my life and my property are at all times at my country's command, and I feel no hesitation in saying that the citizens of Kentucky, whom I have the honor to represent, would step forward with alacrity, and defend with bravery that independence in which they glory, and in the obtaining of which some of the best blood of their ancestors was spilt; for the degradation of tribute they would spurn with manly indignation.
20. Who even but now did spurn me with his foot,.
1. O you fables spurning the known, eluding the hold of the known, mounting to heaven!.
2. The fire of Dorothea's anger was not easily spent, and it flamed out in fitful returns of spurning reproach.
3. Spurning the loathsome object with his foot, he turned from it with the same indifference he would have quitted a brute carcass.
4. He was afraid he might have dealt with his love affairs in some indecorous fashion, that might tend to the discredit and prejudice of the purity of his lady Dulcinea del Toboso; he would have had him set forth the fidelity and respect he had always observed towards her, spurning queens, empresses, and damsels of all sorts, and keeping in check the impetuosity of his natural impulses.
5. The purposes of Providence relative to the destination of men are to be gathered from the circumstances in which his beneficence has placed them; and to refuse to make use of the means of prosperity which his goodness has put into our hands, what is it but spurning at his bounty, and rejecting the blessings which his infinite wisdom has designated for us, by the very nature of his allotments? The employments of industry, connected with navigation and commercial enterprise, are precious to the people of that quarter of the country, by ancient prejudice, not less than recent profit.
6. If he needed a King and Queen to restore him, he was fortunate in having his remedy at hand; for, soon the large-faced King and the fair-faced Queen came in their golden coach, attended by the shining Bull's Eye of their Court, a glittering multitude of laughing ladies and fine lords; and in jewels and silks and powder and splendour and elegantly spurning figures and handsomely disdainful faces of both sexes, the mender of roads bathed himself, so much to his temporary intoxication, that he cried Long live the King, Long live the Queen, Long live everybody and everything! as if he had never heard of ubiquitous Jacques in his time.
7. Sam, loud and overbearing as he was, she rather regretted when he went, for he was clever and intelligent, and glad to be employed in any errand in the town; and though spurning the remonstrances of Susan, given as they were, though very reasonable in themselves, with ill-timed and powerless warmth, was beginning to be influenced by Fanny's services and gentle persuasions; and she found that the best of the three younger ones was gone in him: Tom and Charles being at least as many years as they were his juniors distant from that age of feeling and reason, which might suggest the expediency of making friends, and of endeavouring to be less disagreeable.
8. Thou the offering proudly spurning,.
9. But should she, thy sorrows spurning,.
10. O you fables spurning the known, eluding the hold of the known,.
1. Both had spurned his advances.
2. He was spurned at many elections.
3. She had spurned her father’s help.
4. The Romanov relatives spurned and rejected us.
5. But no, sir, our miserable offering is spurned.
6. Berunni gritted tusks and spurned physical burn.
7. She had offered an olive branch and he had spurned it.
8. The spurned lover, it wouldn’t be the first time.
9. Then he spurned the corpse with his foot and said:—.
10. Haven’s look of alarm spurned Avery to finish the story.
11. Love is not something to be hidden, disguised or spurned.
12. But the court wanton spurned him for a lord, his dearmylove.
13. He spurned her with his boot, never taking his eyes off the.
14. We were demanding our place in a society that had spurned us.
15. Desa was lounging in the arms of the guy she had spurned earlier.
16. They spurned all of it: as being the evil spawn of the devil himself.
17. The best lovers were always spurned and laughed at; or raped and killed.
18. I’m just saying that she might have been offered help and spurned it.
19. To befoul and smear the exalted name Of one who spurned them in his pride.
20. But really, nothing has spurned me toward the fight against evil like the War.
21. With their innate malignity, they have spurned the fair offer; and constantly.
22. And then unfolded into a story of a spurned woman in a nineteenth-century scene:.
23. Claire had stumbled into the forest as a young woman, spurned by the man she’d loved.
24. Knowing that he had spurned Venna to have her once again made her especially responsive.
25. She was taciturn and spurned his attempts to reach her and find out what was troubling her.
26. Conan burst through the men at the gate, and his feet spurned the sward in his headlong charge.
27. His manhood was outraged; his kindness, his patience, his affection were forgotten and spurned.
28. She had spurned the advances of a very wealthy gentleman, but he wouldn’t take no for an answer.
29. It concerned the tragic love story of one Mary O’Connor who was spurned in love because of her.
30. His flying feet spurned the marble as he darted up the broad stair and through the pillared portico.
31. They were forever ardent and craving; still I desired love and fellowship, and I was still spurned.
32. But you spurned my advances while no doubt showing your bottom to undesirables and this is the result.
33. Conan grunted with surprize to recognize the man the stallion had spurned in the ravine outside the Wazuli village.
34. While driving these endless miles he was able to remember how she had spurned his offer to come with her to the city.
35. Not true! Instead I should have said, „a little success", because once there and spurned, he stayed at Lisa"s home.
36. Over the years, men in town had made overtures but she spurned their attentions and concentrated on her work and Nicole.
37. His heresy can not save people of the world, even less can it save the cult's destiny of being trampled and spurned by people.
38. But the ship, having her full complement of seamen, spurned his suit; and not all the King his father's influence could prevail.
39. No, sir, she spurned a system which would export her produce at the expense of the American merchant, who ought to be her carrier.
40. Torralva, when she found herself spurned by Lope, was immediately smitten with love for him, though she had never loved him before.
41. With their innate malignity they have spurned the fair offer; and constantly inclining to evil 23 have rejected the inestimable rights.
42. That’s why if there is anything here, I would think it would be an affair between her and Tony Reilly, a spurned woman, possibly?
43. After all, it’s these reserved positions that enable them to hold their head high in the social milieu which had spurned them all along.
44. Well Valla spurned him and sucked his biggest enemy's bioengineered dick on stage at a sex den in the town where we lived back in Wescarp.
45. In accordance with texts of Book Dzyan comes out that Spirit – this it is Spurned, Eighth Son of the Mother, who also is named the First Born.
46. I had planned our Saturday perfectly and we would have been able to hit a lot of houses if we had only spurned a second drink of tea or second slice of cake.
47. What was he going to say? Love me and forget the rest? It was ironic that he found himself the victim of fickle love when he had spurned someone else’s love.
48. He wanted to comfort her, to tell her he was sorry to make her feel spurned, and explain to her that she was an attractive person but they were not right for one another.
49. Then said the king to his servants: `Cast out this thoughtless guest from my house to share the lot of all the others who have spurned my hospitality and rejected my call.
50. She wouldn’t speak to me for an hour afterwards, but when that had passed she called me Aloren, which caught on rapidly as a hay fire and clung to me like a spurned lover.
51. But again when I reflected that they had spurned and deserted me, anger returned, a rage of anger, and unable to injure anything human, I turned my fury towards inanimate objects.
52. That she had done a grievous thing in taking an impressionable child to mould into the form that her wild resentment, spurned affection, and wounded pride found vengeance in, I knew full well.
53. Even with these accomplishments, and overlapping coincidences, I spurned the idea that Spirit had never let me go until I began reordering the topics I had not used in the first two volumes.
54. Spitting venom into the face of kindness, shuffling away, unable to take his eyes off the porthole window to the main mortuary room, Billy had lashed out one more time and spurned this small moment of human kindness.
55. And when, therefore, those who spurned the kingdom when I came in the likeness of humanity seek to find an entrance when it is revealed in the likeness of divinity, then will I say to all such selfish ones: I know not whence you are.
56. Spurned by what she knew was Joe’s decision, and being aware that he had never wanted her to be an integral part of what he considered to be his immediate family, Margaret duly rented a room on the same street that became available.
57. But, if the Lord brings about an entirely new thing and the ground opens its mouth and swallows them up with all that is theirs, and they descend alive into sheol (grave-sheol, pit in King James Version), then you will understand that these men have spurned the Lord.
58. The savage spurned the worthless rags, and perceiving that the shawl had already become a prize to another, his bantering but sullen smile changing to a gleam of ferocity, he dashed the head of the infant against a rock, and cast its quivering remains to her very feet.
59. But, if the Lord brings about an entirely new thing and the ground opens its mouth and swallows them up with all that is theirs, and they descend alive into SHEOL [grave-sheol, PIT in King James Version], t hen you will understand that these men have spurned the Lord.
60. A variety of occupations, of objects, and of company, which could not be procured at Barton, would be inevitable there, and might yet, she hoped, cheat Marianne, at times, into some interest beyond herself, and even into some amusement, much as the ideas of both might now be spurned by her.
61. When the master of the house heard this, he was very angry, and turning to his servants, he said: `I have made ready this marriage feast; the fatlings are killed, and all is in readiness for my guests, but they have spurned my invitation; they have gone every man after his lands and his merchandise, and they even show disrespect to my servants who bid them come to my feast.
62. Burr might have been innocent, the British Government had asked his release, would not the people of America have spurned the request as an indignity to the nation? And may we not suppose that these proud Spaniards, as they are called, may have feelings of a like nature? I believe, sir, that the course proposed would only add rigor to their sufferings, weight to their chains.
63. Logically approached, those Quranic exhortations were primarily to serve Muhammad’s agenda, first of subduing the neighborhood Jews and then for avenging himself upon the Meccans by subduing them into his creed that they had earlier spurned; and viewed even from the Islamic angle, it could have been the will of Allah to stir his Prophet into action to gain ground for the faith in the sands of Arabia.
64. Was there no injustice in this? Am I to be thought the only criminal, when all humankind sinned against me? Why do you not hate Felix, who drove his friend from his door with contumely? Why do you not execrate the rustic who sought to destroy the saviour of his child? Nay, these are virtuous and immaculate beings! I, the miserable and the abandoned, am an abortion, to be spurned at, and kicked, and trampled on.
1. The insolence of office and the spurns.
2. Anger is manifested in the individual who spurns love and opts instead for fury.
3. Wanting to do the right thing: his family disowning him because he spurns the temptations of the riches they are all addicted to.
4. The reason people with broken hearts cannot understand why their loved one suddenly turns cold and spurns them for no reason whatsoever, is because it is not them that did it: it is undead evil corrupting and controlling them just long enough to do the damage: just long enough to make sure that one of the couple in love is negatively imprinted and reacts negatively instead of positively to the one they love.
5. There's tricks i' the world; and hems, and beats her heart; Spurns enviously at straws; speaks things in doubt,.

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Sinónimos para spurn

disdain reject scorn spurn

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