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Frasi con languish (in inglese)

1. Others will be sent to prisons to languish.
2. Without commerce, agriculture would languish.
3. Why do you languish in futile yearning? Because you obey not the truth.
4. Art, like life, is apt to languish if it gets too far away from primitive conditions.
5. The third — the one who had suffered the gash to its head — continued to languish.
6. The earth mourns and withers; the world languishes and withers; the highest people of the earth languish.
7. For the beasts of the earth languish, and the creatures of flight fail to soar, for they know what is coming.

8. Before Summer’s End, most of ’em would languish in a Brothel or a Workhouse, Bridewell or e’en Newgate itself.
9. She didn’t want the issue of Jason to languish on the collective agenda of teachers who clearly had critical feelings.
10. Once the market retreats back into the consolidation box after a fake-out, price will often languish inside the box for some time.
11. For he was not one of those gentlemen who languish after the unattainable Sappho's apple that laughs from the topmost bough—the charms which.
12. Why should one let an innocent soul languish when the mother is dying? Others do like this: they just leave the baby, don’t feed it, and it wastes away.
13. Mason knew that prisoners were kept in suspended animation during their sentences, unlike the dark days when they were allowed to languish in comfortable cells.
14. And still she cried, at times silently with tears welling up in her eyes and at other times fitfully, with sobs that she could not contain released in languish.
15. Ah what Vanity are our Dreams of Immortality thro’ Books! I’faith, most Books perish thus, e’en those that languish in a dusty Bookseller’s Stall in St.
16. The best pullbacks are pauses in strong trends; there should be enough interest in the market that the pullback does not languish too long near support or resistance.
17. What matters really, not only to me, but to officers of justice and the king, is that an innocent man should languish in prison, the victim of an infamous denunciation, to die here cursing his executioners.
18. He also knew LanCoste would watch him closely, for it was one thing to stand beside each other on the battle field but entirely another to languish at their current task…and Ravan, even more than LanCoste, would suffer the situation.
19. Then, too, existence for you must be a scene of continual change and excitement, or else the world is a dungeon: you must be admired, you must be courted, you must be flattered—you must have music, dancing, and society—or you languish, you die away.
20. It exploded the fatuous policy that causes the appearance in this city of those senseless, antiquated spectacles—food for neither adult nor juvenile—known as Drury Lane pantomime, a form of entertainment that in its native land has begun to languish.
21. Indeed, he was almost the Lancelot of Old—the green-eyed Wonder I had first met upon the Road! No longer did he languish in a Dungeon in Rags, but he was restor’d to his Proper Place above Ground, and dress’d finely as you please in the Clothes I’d sent him (with the Money I had earn’d upon my Back!).
22. Of course that love is irreproachable—innocent—you will languish for one another—you will meet frequently; of course others will malign and vilify you both, and call your love by baser names—but your love is innocent, as I have purposely said; I am her mother—it is not for me to teach you evil, but good.
23. Does not the industry of the country languish? Is not the income of every man impaired? If commerce were destroyed, the mercantile class, indeed, could exist no longer; but the merchant, the rich capitalist, at least, would individually suffer less than any other part of the community, because, while their property would become unproductive, the value of money would rise rather than fall.
1. These (morally) languishing and (personally).
2. But there are primates languishing in hell-holes around the.
3. In the daylight you could see the Sleeping Giant languishing.
4. It was a time when gold prices and gold mining stocks were languishing.
5. And there was no such thing as languishing for years on death row either.
6. The stock may have been buying or selling or languishing at the closing bell.
7. Every so often I returned to my Bolaño poem, still languishing between 96 and 104 lines.
8. He'll carry off Katerina Ivanovna, for whom he is languishing, and pocket her dowry of sixty thousand.
9. He slowly made his way near the marketplace, glancing at his fellow merchants languishing in their boredom.
10. Her mind drifted off languishing in the memory of her pretty lilac bedroom with her king sized dream easy bed.
11. It was all in vain to tell him of beautiful tresses, languishing eyes, and soft hands waiting for his acceptance.
12. But when the novelty wears off, he’s prone to cross over to fresher pastures, leaving you languishing for sexual love.
13. There are a hundred and thirty men languishing in prison for the only reason that their passports were not renewed in time.
14. Being young and amorous, she might be having the time of her life, even as he was languishing for a mate in the hell of a cell.
15. I am certain of it; his languishing looks and modulated tones when addressing Mademoiselle Danglars fully proclaim his intentions.
16. After years of languishing, The Diary of Mary Bradford is in its second edition; she’s regular material now, in courses on American lit.
17. It is not my place to tell you how to treat your patient, she wrote, but, truly, I am concerned that she is languishing in her misery.
18. On the way home, he dreamt up a plausible approach to go chat with the jobless neighbour, and conveniently found him languishing in his garage.
19. Lomita Flight Strip, which had been renamed Zamperini Field while Louie was languishing in Naoetsu, was rededicated to him not once more, but twice.
20. She did not fail, in truth, to lavish all sorts of attentions upon him, from the delicacies of food to the coquettries of dress and languishing looks.
21. He pitied her, but not as he pitied the peasant Menshov with his hands and face white as potato sprouts, and innocently languishing in an ill-smelling prison.
22. Knobby protrusions above the waterline gave silent witness to the alligators languishing beneath the mirror-like surface; no matter which direction one looked.
23. When you spent 15-20 intense minutes pumping weights, your metabolic rate is stimulated more than languishing on the treadmill for 30-40 minutes while watching TV.
24. Near it, chipped at all the corners, was a miniature given him by Emma: her toilette seemed to him pretentious, and her languishing look in the worst possible taste.
25. The man he pitched upon to negotiate with Sotillo was a Notary Public, whom the revolution had found languishing in the common jail on a charge of forging documents.
26. The side of the ship where the mothers of his children should be languishing in the universe of their desires with castrated servants who delighted in moving furniture hither and yon.
27. Each of these stoppages was made at a doleful grating, by which any languishing good airs that were left uncorrupted, seemed to escape, and all spoilt and sickly vapours seemed to crawl in.
28. Whatever, this Christian conviction of salvation coupled with the mistaken belief that the Hindu souls were languishing for want of the message from the Messiah, which could have brought St.
29. The velvety, caressing glance of his fine eyes seemed dead, and even decomposed; for these almond-shaped, languishing orbs had become inappropriately bloodshot with much sinister sleeplessness.
30. This Madame Thenardier was a sandy-complexioned woman, thin and angular—the type of the soldier's wife in all its unpleasantness; and what was odd, with a languishing air, which she owed to her perusal of romances.
31. She stopped the men who were carrying her, and motioned to Nekhludoff to approach, and, with a pitiful, languishing air, she extended her white, ringed hand, expecting the firm pressure of his hand with a sense of horror.
32. The whales might have made one of their regular soundings, not a temporary dive from mere fright; and if that were the case, Stubb, as his wont in such cases, it seems, was resolved to solace the languishing interval with his pipe.
33. For the growing number of African Americans who are prospering economically, incidental to government programs and more in keeping with their own private initiatives, innumerable others continue languishing economically and socially.
34. Destiny, with its mysterious and fatal patience, slowly drew together these two beings, all charged and all languishing with the stormy electricity of passion, these two souls which were laden with love as two clouds are laden with.
35. O deliver those that are thine in the time of trouble, preserve them and keep them alive: O strengthen them upon their bed of languishing, and make all their bed in their sickness: Be merciful to them, and heal their souls, for they have sinned.
36. As a consequence, country airs circulated in Soho with vigorous freedom, instead of languishing into the parish like stray paupers without a settlement; and there was many a good south wall, not far off, on which the peaches ripened in their season.
37. Sometimes they were the expressive eyes of Henry, languishing in death, the dark orbs nearly covered by the lids and the long black lashes that fringed them; sometimes it was the watery, clouded eyes of the monster, as I first saw them in my chamber at Ingolstadt.
38. Is there a man who hears us who has not experienced its utility? The whole interior of the Southern States was languishing, and its inhabitants emigrating for want of some object to engage their attention and employ their industry, when the invention of this machine at once opened views to them, which set the whole country in active motion.
39. This great sinking fund, too, might be augmented every year by the interest of the debt which had been discharged the year before ; and might, in this manner, increase so very rapidly, as to be sufficient in a few years to discharge the whole debt, and thus to restore completely the at-present debilitated and languishing vigour of the empire.
40. Otherwise the love couples who have lived on Earth for half a century wouldn't still like each other as clearly as in its youth, the fountains would be languishing in dismal parks without cause, and the ruins of an ancient castle would fail down to the underground and became an exhibit of the museum that is stored in the bowels of planet for millions and billions of years.
41. His fourth concern consisted in solving the question, Why, how and whence came that remarkable institution called the Criminal Court, to which was due the existence of that prison, with the inmates of which he had become somewhat familiar, and all those places of confinement, beginning with the fortress dedicated to two saints, Peter and Paul, and ending with the island of Saghalin, where hundreds and thousands of victims of that wonderful criminal law were languishing?
42. Ah heavens! how many letters did I write her, and how many dainty modest replies did I receive! how many ditties and love-songs did I compose in which my heart declared and made known its feelings, described its ardent longings, revelled in its recollections and dallied with its desires! At length growing impatient and feeling my heart languishing with longing to see her, I resolved to put into execution and carry out what seemed to me the best mode of winning my desired and merited reward, to ask her of her father for my lawful wife, which I did.
43. How troubled she was that he was serving time at Tihar for rape and murder! How the mixed feelings of awe and pity perturbed her! Didn’t she in the end pardon him for his crime as he showed the strength to reform himself? How glad she was that he was a sensitive soul! Didn’t she feel proud of him that he turned out to be a Good Samaritan? Did she ever think about anyone other than him from then on? How often did she wish he had not done what he did so that he wouldn’t be languishing in the jail? What a wonder that she began to see his crime itself as misdirected masculinity! How she waited for him in the hope that he too would fall in love with her! Did she have a wink ever since guruji told her about his impending release? Now that he had come, could her eyes keep sleep away for her to cherish his visage all the night? If he looked handsome in those pictures, oh, how divine he appeared in his person!.
1. She Languished In The.
2. On her side, Cosette languished.
3. Only if he languished there for years.
4. And languished in the pool of my faith.
5. I languished in the wet burn as the rain.
6. The months drag on but still Joseph languished in jail.
7. Something to make sense of all the time she’d languished here.
8. I was soon laid in bed, and scarce languished an instant for the darling.
9. The two steward boys were holding the languished hands of Lalit and guiding him to the van.
10. Your straddle would have languished as the price of Philip Morris’ stock went nowhere for weeks.
11. Circuit Courts languished for a year, with none of those nominees ultimately even being granted a hearing.
12. That the industry of Scotland languished for want of money to employ it, was the opinion of the famous Mr Law.
13. The conversation languished; Madame Bovary gave it up every few minutes, whilst he himself seemed quite embarrassed.
14. He reached back into the cradle of equality where democratic histories and fables languished, forgotten and ridiculed.
15. The new’ coke languished on the shelves until they simply discontinued it because not enough customers were buying it.
16. Metro deemed it unworthy of copyright renewal and it languished in the public domain until Marilyn’s fans rediscovered it.
17. Before Father Madeleine's arrival, everything had languished in the country; now everything lived with a healthy life of toil.
18. I do not imagine that a Frenchman would admit that architecture and the arts of decoration had ever languished in his own society.
19. He called for a fête champêtre with a ribboned swing and a Negro page and a shepherd playing the pipes, but the thing languished.
20. The bill then languished on the President’s desk for three or four days while he took an extended weekend off before he signed it.
21. For ten years, this division had languished under the leadership of an executive who paid little attention to on-going business efficiencies and customer focus.
22. I stripped off and crawled under the covers and my head had only just touched the pillow when I went out like a light and languished in a state of unconsciousness.
23. It was not uncommon for the temple treasury to hold upwards of ten million dollars while the common people languished in poverty and continued to pay these unjust levies.
24. Was everything he said a lie, or only half of it? The evidence now languished inside her camera, and could anyway, as with Mom’s departure, probably be read several ways.
25. The tape of that evening languished undisturbed in the NBC vault for twenty-five years until I retrieved it to play it for Tony Bennett when he was my fourth guest on my television show, Spectacle.
26. Maybe there was a King out there somewhere who had abdicated his throne and was chasing after some Wallace Simpson while the Queen of England languished here in Colditz with me, abandoned and forgotten.
27. If Jesus were the Messiah, why did he do nothing to deliver him from this unbearable imprisonment? For more than a year and a half this rugged man of God's outdoors languished in that despicable prison.
28. I had watched rather desolately as Silicon Valley companies exploded into overnight successes while Online languished, then suddenly the penny dropped in the UK and Online’s share price exploded 1000%.
29. On the contrary, the vindictive Grand Duke caused her to be prosecuted for blackmailing, and she would undoubtedly have languished in prison if Priscilla had not interfered and sent her back to her parents.
30. Ferrante insisted that they await evacuation from the sea and forced them into a swampy fever-infested place near Castellamare di Stabia where they languished for months waiting for their king to rescue them.
31. With the rain pounding the roof of her Herne Bay home and the shrubbery playing a tattoo on the double glazing Jazz languished in a hot bath that brimmed with suds that overflowed and oozed onto the tiled floor.
32. The writing instinct, which in the little old town on Manhattan would keep his hand traveling back and forth across the paper for days at a stretch, here languished and drowsed like some heavy-eyed, faintly smiling lotus eater.
33. Games at cards languished, players at dominoes musingly built towers with them, drinkers drew figures on the tables with spilt drops of wine, Madame Defarge herself picked out the pattern on her sleeve with her toothpick, and saw and heard something inaudible and invisible a long way off.
34. Since then, it seeme d, the project had languished, for here was the same figure-eight wall with two drawbridges, and the old-fashioned keep ensconced in the upper loop, where the family lived like frightened rabbits at the end of a burrow, unaware that there was no longer any danger from the fox.
35. Stuart had a site which broadcast his personal life for a fee, and around the world millions were glued to their internets whilst Stuart supposedly chatted to her alone, but wearing nothing but his gold chain, and sometimes in the company of Dale who did not even wear a gold chain, his moving scenarios were languished over by sex starved perverts all around the globe.
36. Soon, however, to be on float again! for Charles, true to nature's laws, in one breath, expiring and ejaculating, languished not long in the dissolving trance, but recovering spirit again, soon gave me to feel that the true mettle spring! of his instrument of pleasure, were, by love, and perhaps, by a long vacation, wound up too high to be let down by a single explosion: his stiffnesss till stood my friend.
37. But when, by certain motions, certain unquietness of his hands, that wandered not without design, I found he languished for satisfying a curiosity, natural enough, to view and handle those parts which attract and concenter the warmest force of imagination, charmed, as I was, to have any occasion of obliging and humouring his young desires, I suffered him to proceed as he pleased, without check or control, to the satisfaction of them.
38. I was soon laid in bed, and scarce languished an instant for the darling partner of it, before he was undressed and got between the sheets, with his arms clasped round me, giving and taking, with gust inexpressible, a kiss of welcome, that my heart rising to my lips stamped with its warmest impression, concurring to my bliss, with that delicate and voluptuous emotion which Charles alone had the secret to excite, and which constitutes the very life, the essence of pleasure.
1. Man languishes in isolation.
2. Michael languishes in my shadow.
3. The earth mourns and withers; the world languishes and withers; the highest people of the earth languish.
4. It is almost proverbial that the most hopeless sort of theatrical enterprise—if conventional—never languishes for lack of funds.
5. She languishes there near six Months ere the Assizes, an’ whilst in Gaol grows greater-an’ greater-bellied—fer me own Infant Self was bloomin’ in her Womb—an’ when the Assizes comes ’round, the Mistress o’ the House relents, havin’ taken Pity on the Maid, an’ decides not to press Charges, an’ so the Maid is set free, an’ soon after brings me to me Birth.
6. Yet, I cannot help observing that, however under their oppressive operation commerce languishes, and Southern agriculture is completely annihilated, they are tolerated by the Eastern States, because they promote their domestic manufactures, and impoverish and embarrass the Government; and they are advocated and supported by the Middle States, because they consider, or affect to consider them, as very patriotic; because they inflict privations, which, by-the-by, they do not feel; and, finally, because, nevertheless, they are enabled to sell off, at excellent prices, the productions of their farms.

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