Oraciones con la palabra "wanton"

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1. She was typically a wanton woman.
2. Wanton destruction of crops was a sin.
3. Wanton as water, honied with eagerness.
4. Will blame bold Cupid with his wanton bow.
5. But, sir, such wanton, wild and usual slips.
6. To make her a wanton woman would be dreadful.
7. Her outrage at this wanton vandalism turned to.

8. Pinch wanton on your cheek; call you his mouse;.
9. Such devastation, wanton massacre, sick genocide.
10. He felt the need for a little wanton destruction.
11. But why should he indulge in such wanton destruction?
12. But the court wanton spurned him for a lord, his dearmylove.
13. It was the fire that bothered him most, the wanton destruction.
14. They exacted a fearful toll of rape, arson, pillage, and wanton murder.
15. By a wanton shameless woman; tempting a man lusting to grasp her flesh.
16. Then, won’t it be a case of quick fixing them in wanton liaisons?’.
17. Man himself must be held responsible for the wanton destruction of his world.
18. My blood simmered at the contact, forcing my body to be instinctively wanton.
19. He had in mind that no more would he run from the wanton attacks of old Tublat.
20. It was the most wanton place and the most prohibitive, both seductive and prim.
21. Then her mouth took him in, sucking, licking, torturing him with wanton sexuality.
22. One of the tourists, a woman in her late thirties smartly berate Hayden for wanton.
23. Tears falling steady down her face Evette made her way through the scene of wanton slaughter.
24. Speaking of parents … Is your mom coming up here today? I jokingly asked with a wanton grin.
25. How much do you remember from when you were seven? Photos of my mother don’t reveal a wanton woman.
26. The addition of some self-control from the wanton mischief of her earlier years had been a welcome relief.
27. UBO: Does it say in the bible that the Messiah and his followers promoted promiscuity and wanton behaviour?
28. Paul respecting the wanton widow are also cited: 'She that lives in pleasure (zw~sa te>qnhke) living is dead.
29. Ricky was quite fond of you back then, and I guess, despite his somewhat wanton ways, he… still feels the same.
30. So he delay, and delay, and delay, till the mere beauty and the fascination of the wanton Undead have hypnotize him.
31. These two errors, these wilful, wanton aberrations from established policy, are the true causes of all our misfortunes.
32. It seemed that this garden, created in olden days to conceal wanton mysteries, had been transformed and become fitted to.
33. Sir, had he not seen the approaching storm, no atonement for that wanton outrage on our national sovereignty had yet been made.
34. She flew a circling pattern high above the carnage, her structured thought dissolving into a haze of wanton, unremitting desire.
35. I say then, sir, that I consider the invasion of Canada as a means of carrying on this war, as cruel, wanton, senseless, and wicked.
36. She peered around a corner as Moraine advanced upon the cook, flouncing in a manner wanton even by her standards, those being what they were.
37. Lotty Clarke, flaxenhaired, I saw at her night toilette through illclosed curtains with poor papa's operaglasses: The wanton ate grass wildly.
38. But being once past, Hopeful looked after him, and espied on his back a paper with this inscription, "Wanton professor and damnable apostate".
39. And his reward for wanton slaughter was grassland enough for more horses than he could ever ride, and more slave girls than he could ever bed.
40. I could hear Seth swearing under his breath now, but for a different reason other than a moral objection, as to the wanton appearance of these women.
41. There was nothing like a wanton woman in Itsati, so when I first saw one at the Snake Ordu, I found her repulsive and so have I found all such ever since.
42. With a quickness her tender limbs could not approximate, he caught her wrist, twisting it in pure wanton cruelty until she screamed and sank to her knees.
43. A young and innocent youth has had his heart blown out of his body in a wanton act of murder! As his grieving father rushed to comfort his dying child the.
44. His ministrations were getting to be too much for me to bear, and my wanton groans and moans became louder, echoing in the confines of the shower enclosure.
45. Many Frenchmen, eye-witnesses of what they relate, give harrowing details of the wanton destruction and rapine that marked the advance of the invading army.
46. It was almost as if this mastermind of evil and corruption were taunting him, playing a deadly game of cat and mouse with wanton respect for anyone’s life.
47. Gentlemen, fruitful in epithets, yet rather fruitful in their abundance than in their variety, have called this an unjust, wanton, wicked, and unnecessary war.
48. I feel the need for more precise concentration upon strategic objectives such as oil and communications rather than mere acts of terror and wanton destruction.
49. Hills that roll green all the way to the horizon in any direction I turn are silhouetted against what’s left of the sun’s shameless display of wanton passion.
50. It seemed so strange for anyone to die in June; so strange to be lifeless in the midst of the wanton profusion of life, to grow cold in that quivering radiance of heat.
51. For it was set apart and sanctified to one awe-striking end; and however wanton in their sailor ways, one and all, the mariners revered it as the white whale's talisman.
52. Although causal factors may properly explain the reasons or motives behind some wanton or criminal action, they do not exonerate the consequences of that action, however.
53. Let the traitor pay with his life for the temerity of his wanton wishes, and let the world know (if haply it shall ever come to know) that Camilla not only preserved her.
54. The wanton and vigorous vegetation quivered, full of strength and intoxication, around these two innocents, and they uttered words of love which set the trees to trembling.
55. How could she? Was the day of Tussie's coming of age, that dreadful day when he was nearest death, a day a mother could ever forget? It had all been most wanton, most cruel.
56. Davout, on the other hand, attacked the King furiously for his wanton recklessness, and painted a lively picture of the disorder that reigned in the advance-guard of the army.
57. Polly, for her part, seems more inflam’d than abash’d by his Presence; for now she grows more wanton still, and now she makes for my Breech-Buttons as if she would undo them.
58. President, I have ever been opposed to yielding to the commercial interest an undue influence in this Government, but I am unwilling to make an unnecessary and wanton attack upon them.
59. They fear that our fleets will cover the ocean, and seeking victory on all the opposite shores of the Atlantic, involve the nation in oppressive expenses, and in wanton and habitual wars.
60. I cut off my superfluous and unnecessary desires, I subdue my proud and wanton will and chastise it with obedience, and with God's help I attain freedom of spirit and with it spiritual joy.
61. And then he got into the company of a more refined, licentious sort of people, and taking to all their wanton ways rushed into the opposite extreme from an abhorrence of his father's meanness.
62. Donna had heard rumours of Sam’s wanton ways, and she’d seen some evidence that suggest they might be true, but she’d also seen something that wasn’t supposed to be there – devotion.
63. His colossal fortune, with the exception of the comparatively small portion wasted in the first wanton period of his inheritance, went to his brother, to the great satisfaction of the latter.
64. When the promise of money was made in return for wanton acts of destruction against the person and property of abolitionists the Olsens and the Michauds had been quick to offer their services.
65. On the night in question, the exemplary Cabot kids evaded the police by driving at over seventy-five miles per hour on crowded streets in wanton disregard for public safety; that’s a felony.
66. What about other atrocities? Surely in its claim of Georgians being so outraged by the dreaded Yankees, the Confederate apologists can point to deaths, rapes, wanton violence? No, they cannot.
67. Then they give way to carnal and wanton discourses in secret; and glad are they if they can see such things in any that are counted honest, that they may the more boldly do it through their example.
68. At all former and precedent banquets, it had been the custom to give vent to muckle wanton and luxurious indulgence, and to galravitch, both at hack and manger, in a very expensive manner to the funds of the town.
69. I was chiefly influenced to vote for the exclusion of British armed ships by the variety of acts committed in our waters, and the great disposition which she had shown to commit the most wanton acts of treachery.
70. But I must be out of my senses to think and utter such nonsense; for it is impossible that a long, white-hooded spectacled duenna could stir up or excite a wanton thought in the most graceless bosom in the world.
71. The only security which exists against the frequent and wanton abuse of these powers is to be found in the mild and conciliatory disposition uniformly manifested by the General Government towards its territories.
72. To protect the people from the wanton destruction of our government, we need a recall process from the people that can be implemented quickly to recall any elected official who reneges on his commitment on issues.
73. Meanwhile, the drinkers, all three-quarters intoxicated, were repeating their unclean refrain with redoubled gayety; it was a highly spiced and wanton song, in which the Virgin and the infant Jesus were introduced.
74. Before planning the cruel and wanton destruction of Moscow and Smolensk, the French should have remembered that they were leaving 10,000 of their men in the hospitals and on the road as hostages in the hands of the enemy.
75. In effecting this change, the conduct of the United States in relation to Canada has had, undeniably, a mighty influence, by the disgust and indignation felt by the British people at a step so apparently wanton and cruel.
76. From here, it becomes clear that the lecherous wanton cannot see the facts of the Godly orders and the blessing hidden under them, as he cannot see the realities of the forbidden things and the harm and evils caused by them.
77. The wanton destruction of pure, innocent life or blameless beauty of one’s own creation are considered criminal acts or the work of a deranged mind, aren’t they? Even in the Bibles, Korans, Torahs and such of the faithful.
78. He mustered the ‘moral’ minority to form an action group claiming that the presence of, and I quote, ‘all those wanton women’ would have a detrimental effect on the neighbourhood and all the families living round there.
79. Soon I heard the Voice of another Monk calling in the Darkness: I seek a Sister who is soft and wanton! Here I am, little Sister, here I am!—but I ran quickly by him, and when he reach’d out his Arms to catch me, I escap’d.
80. They passed the gates, visited the manikin anchorite in his grotto, tried the mysterious little effects of the famous cabinet of mirrors, the wanton trap worthy of a satyr become a millionaire or of Turcaret metamorphosed into a Priapus.
81. From here, it becomes clear that the lecherous wanton cannot see the truth of the Godly Orders and the blessings that are hidden under them, just as they cannot see the realities of the forbidden things and the harm and evil which they cause.
82. Thus the main objective of our attack on warrants as a financial mechanism is not to condemn their use in connection with moderate-size bond issues, but to argue against the wanton creation of huge paper-money monstrosities of this genre.
83. They are more disposed to examine, and more capable of seeing through, the interested complaints of faction and sedition; and they are, upon that account, less apt to be misled into any wanton or unnecessary opposition to the measures of government.
84. That Lucy had certainly meant to deceive, to go off with a flourish of malice against him in her message by Thomas, was perfectly clear to Elinor; and Edward himself, now thoroughly enlightened on her character, had no scruple in believing her capable of the utmost meanness of wanton ill-nature.
85. I shut the door, dried off, and went to read my book again, wishing she’d snuck in when the door was open all those times and that someone would announce out of the blue, I found her! But no, the cat was lost, outside in the cold rain, a victim of the dark and her own wanton wanderings.
86. All this caution of mine, which he must have taken for coyness, had apparently the effect of increasing his wanton appetite--for that is the name I give to his passion for me; had it been what he declared it to be, you would not know of it now, because there would have been no occasion to tell you of it.
87. In times like the present, when dangers thicken upon us, at the moment when we are compelled by most wanton tyranny upon the high seas, and upon land may be added, to abandon our peaceful habits for the din of arms, officers and soldiers in this country are governed by the noble feelings of patriotism and of valor.
88. They may not always be just, sometimes they may flare up in unjust wrath, and they may also be seized with a wanton lust for the wives of mortals; but did not our ancestors live with them in the peace of their souls, did not our forefathers accomplish their heroic deeds with the help of these very gods? And now the faces of the Olympians have paled and the old virtue is out of joint.
89. When we say we will not submit to their edicts; it cannot be amiss, although I acknowledge, sir, the undertaking is an unpleasant one, to inquire into the nature and extent of those edicts; I therefore will endeavor, within as narrow limits as possible, to exhibit to the view of the indignant American, the various wanton aggressions which have been committed by both these powers upon his commercial rights.
90. And why should I here suppress the delight I received from this amiable creature, in remarking each artless look, each motion of pure indissembled nature, betrayed by his wanton eyes; or shewing, transparently, the glow and suffusion of blood through his fresh, clear skin, whilst even his stury rustic pressure wanted not their peculiar charm? Oh! but, say you, this was a young fellow of too low a rank of life to deserve so great a display.
91. For my part, a whim, a wanton toy had just taken me, and I had challenged my man to execute it on the spot, who hesitated not to comply with my humour: I was set in the arm chair, my shift and petticoat up, my thighs wide spread and mounted over the arms of the chair, presenting the fairest mark to Will's drawn weapon, which he stood in act to plunge into me, when, having neglected to secure the chamber door, and that of the closet standing a-jar, Mr.
92. The committee cannot have forgotten the early disavowal of this wanton aggression on the honor of our flag by the British Government, and the tender of satisfaction which was made, but failed because our Minister was instructed to couple with this complaint the subject of impressment; nor can they have forgotten how indignant the Ministry and nation were when the President assumed the right of judging what would best comport with the honor of their King.
93. As a proof of which, about the commencement of the session, a session convened by proclamation, which was naturally calculated to agitate the public mind, he comes forward with offers of reparation as he calls them, but which in my estimation is no more than a patch, calculated to cover one corner of the wound the nation received, in that wanton and dastardly outrage, the attack on the Chesapeake; but, sir, in his soporifics I trust he will be disappointed.
94. No evidence of the existence of the bell is found in the records of the Abbey; and on the subject of its wanton removal, the sagacious engineer of the Northern Lights say, It in no measure accords with the respect and veneration entertained by seamen of all classes for landmarks; more especially as there seems to be no difficulty in accounting for the disappearance of such an apparatus, unprotected, as it must have been, from the raging element of the sea.
95. If you want to know more particularly how Mary looked, ten to one you will see a face like hers in the crowded street to-morrow, if you are there on the watch: she will not be among those daughters of Zion who are haughty, and walk with stretched-out necks and wanton eyes, mincing as they go: let all those pass, and fix your eyes on some small plump brownish person of firm but quiet carriage, who looks about her, but does not suppose that anybody is looking at her.
96. I was grieved for my brother, and very much distressed to think of what had happened to blithe Dicky, as I was wont to call my nephew when he was a laddie, and I would fain have gratified the spirit of revenge in myself; but I brought to mind his roving and wanton pranks, and I counselled his father first to abide the upshot of the wound, representing to him, in the best manner I could, that it was but the quarrel of the young men, and that maybe his son was as muckle in fault as Swinton.
97. He had been disintegrated into a number of varied fellow-creatures—beings of many minds, beings infinite in difference; some happy, many serene, a few depressed, one here and there bright even to genius, some stupid, others wanton, others austere; some mutely Miltonic, some potentially Cromwellian—into men who had private views of each other, as he had of his friends; who could applaud or condemn each other, amuse or sadden themselves by the contemplation of each other's foibles or vices; men.
98. Then his touches were so exquisitely wanton, so luxuriously diffused and penetrative at times, that he had made me perfectly rage with titillating fires, when, after all, and much ado, he had gained a short-lived erection, he would perhaps melt it away in a washy sweat, or a premature abortive effusion, that provokingly mocked my eager desires: or, if carried home, how faultered and unnervous the execution! how insufficient the sprinkle of a few heat-drops to extinguish all the flames he had kindled!.
99. I have thus stated the grounds on which they deem, and I have felt myself bound to maintain, that this contemplated invasion of that territory is, as it respects the Canadians, wanton and cruel; because it inflicts the greatest imaginable evils on them, without any imaginable benefit to us; that, as it respects the United States, such an invasion is senseless, because, ultimately, ruinous to our own political safety; and wicked, because it is an abuse of the blessings of Divine Providence, and a manifest perversion of His multiplied bounties, to the purpose of desolating an innocent and unoffending people.
100. They took and shewed me the house, their respective apartments, which were furnished with every article of convenience and luxury; and above all, a spacious drawing-room, where a select revelling band usually met, in general parties of pleasure; the girls supping with their sparks, and acting their wanton pranks with unbounded licentiousness; whilst a defiance of awe, modesty or jealousy were their standing rules, by which, according to the principles of their society, whatever pleasure was lost on the side of sentiment, was abundantly made up to the senses in the poignancy of variety, and the charms of ease and luxury.
1. It had a way of coming in irrepressibly and wantoning among his papers, or throwing a handful of lilac blossoms into his rye samples, or sending an officious bee to lumber round him.
2. The frolic and various play of all his fine polished limbs, as they appeared above the surface, in the course of his swimming or wantoning with the water, amused and insensibly delighted me; sometimes he lay motionless, on his back, waterborne, and dragging after him a fine head of hair, that, floating, swept the stream in a bush of black curls.
1. They had wantoned in the plenitude of their power.
2. Here I laved and wantoned with the water, or sportively played with.
3. Here I laved and wantoned with the water, or sportively played with my companion, leaving Emily to deal with hers at discretion.
4. Then, springing eagerly towards me, he covered all those naked parts with a fond profusion of kisses; and now, taking hold of the rod, rather wantoned with me, in gentle inflictions on those tender trembling masses of my flesh behind, than in any way hurt them, till by degrees, he began to tingle them with smarter lashes, so as to provoke a red colour into them, which I knew, as well by the flagrant glow I felt there, as by his telling me, they now emulated the native roses of my other cheeks.
1. Then among them glided like a pure ray, like a Christian angel in the midst of Olympus, one of those chaste figures, those calm shadows, those soft visions, which seemed to veil its virgin brow before these marble wantons.
2. Alas, Belinda, most Men can only see us either as the Embodiment of Virtue or the Embodiment of Vice; either as Bluestockings or unlearnt Painted Whores; either as Trollops or as Spinsters; as Wives or Wantons; as Good Widows or Bad Witches.

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