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Frasi con trifling (in inglese)

Even in trifling matters, Sergey.
It is giving weight to a trifling impulse.
This sort of trifling? Even had you skill.
Not to mention that trifling thing, my head.
One hundred roubles are not a trifling matter.
But this foolish trifling was the height of chic.
In comparison two murders must seem a trifling matter.

Old Viola does not allow any trifling with his honour.
The trifling hostilities with England were of no consequence.
WHEREIN ARE RELATED A THOUSAND TRIFLING MATTERS, AS TRIVIAL AS.
What he had felt earlier in the day had been a mere trifling qualm.
What is it you wish of me? I haven’t time for trifling banter.
Trifling issues were downplayed and positive points were accentuated.
The fatigue, too, of so long a journey, became soon no trifling evil.
Her leaving him must have been owing to some trifling misunderstanding.
But he had forgotten the trifling incident by the time he reached home.
Speak not but what may benefit others or you, avoid trifling conversation.
The matter was a trifling one, but the misfortune was that it happened in Paris.
The expense of premiums, besides, is very trifling, that of bounties very great.
One trifling circumstance upset his calculations, before he had even left the staircase.
She spoke, mingling most trifling details with the intimate secrets of her soul, and it.
The errors, in the 3d approximation, are so trifling, that a 4th would be wholly useless.
So far Europe has, no doubt, gained a real conveniency, though surely a very trifling one.
They used to say that however trifling the quantity, it was against orders to take it away.
However, ten minutes later, his trifling query adequately dealt with, he left with thanks.
It is difficult to say which is most trifling, this inconveniency, or the opposite conveniency.
As for getting the axe, that trifling business cost him no anxiety, for nothing could be easier.
He did get a few trifling orders, but they were scarcely worth doing at the price he got for them.
He was thinking of the chief point, and put off trifling details, until he could believe in it all.
Doubtless there is a time for all things; but to be always light and trifling is anything but wise.
He was thinking of the chief point, and put off trifling details, until _he could believe in it all_.
Had I known that I was pregnant I wouldn’t have even gotten with you, I’m not trifling like that.
Before he had got to the bottom of the staircase, a trifling circumstance came and upset all his plans.
Possibly it was that he simply did not believe it, and still looked upon his illness as a trifling one.
Not to mention she may even had that trifling Negro in the same bed they conceived their second child in.
The possession of this trifling bust was worth more in the eyes of this strange criminal than a human life.
Trifling on, Listern passes the palaces and terraces, the non-sobriety stalls and the fun and variety halls.
Trifling on, Letchard passes the palaces and terraces, the non-sobriety stalls and the fun and variety halls.
The possession of this trifling bust was worth more, in the eyes of this strange criminal, than a human life.
Why should I not do you such a trifling service? As far as an introduction is concerned, you may count on it.
Not to be trifled with.
She’s trifled with you.
Larkey is not to be trifled with.
Egypt's sun is not to be trifled with.
These witches are not to be trifled with.
It was not, Obeast could sense, be one to be trifled with.
His name was Valois and he was not a man to be trifled with.
They will know that I can’t be trifled with and their hypocrisy.
All day he slept in the servants' kitchen or trifled with the cooks.
We were good marriage prospects but the family girls were not to be trifled with.
Of course he was not to be trifled with either- in a word, he was a real master!’.
Of course he was not to be trifled with either—in a word, he was a real master!.
But Katherine held off with a strange new imperiousness that was not to be trifled with.
There was that in her young voice that told that she was not a one to be lightly trifled with.
Their demise had only added to the agency’s reputation as an organization not to be trifled with.
It now realized that this Oogie was truly very dangerous, a force that should not have been trifled with.
I will tell Missy the truth—that I am a profligate and cannot marry her; that I have trifled with her.
Still, a battleship of Elizabeth's capabilities even without the three large cargo pods was not to be trifled with.
I have mis-spent my time, trifled away my opportunities, have followed after lying vanities, and forsaken my own mercies.
I suggest, Pine moved toward him again showing his authority and power, dominating to prove he was not to be trifled with.
It may seem petty but you trifled with my affections when I made overtures towards you and only now, when you are in need, do you deign to respond.
Nancy nearly exploded then but restrained herself, to the supervisor�s relief: she had proved in the last few days that she was not to be trifled with lightly.
Besides, as the local Haganah commander, I can tell you that those robots should not be trifled with: they wiped out the Nazis and the Japanese Army in mere weeks.
He trifled with our young affections, aroused our enthusiasm and inspired in us the belief that a permanent institution was inevitable, and then—quietly dropped out.
The one facing Daphnie sneered at the sight of facing a female but quickly found that she was not to be trifled with once there was two feet of steel sticking through.
He dances divinely, but he will excuse me, as you are an old friend, said Amy, hoping that the name would have a good effect, and show Laurie that she was not to be trifled with.
That symbiotic relationship had an upside given the fact that Bob Nakamura was now a very powerful Black Dragon---one with serious clout in the department and one that couldn’t be trifled with at any cost.
The punishment he would then receive had enough of Jenkins' own personal methods of inflicting humiliation, whilst cleverly keeping within the rules, making this teacher seem yet more like someone not to be trifled with.
Brooke felt a remarkable change in his sensations while he still handled his eye-glass, trifled with documents before him, and exchanged remarks with his committee, as a man to whom the moment of summons was indifferent.
The thing failed this time, however, so the boys shouldered their tools and went away feeling that they had not trifled with fortune, but had fulfilled all the requirements that belong to the business of treasure-hunting.
The people of America can see, and will judge for themselves; they can readily discern the difference between shadow and substance; they are neither to be deceived or trifled with, especially on subjects of such immense moment to their liberties and happiness.
On seeing this, Don Fernando, persuaded that Luscinda had befooled, slighted, and trifled with him, assailed her before she had recovered from her swoon, and tried to stab her with the dagger that had been found, and would have succeeded had not her parents and those who were present prevented him.
Henry Crawford had trifled with her feelings; but she had very long allowed and even sought his attentions, with a jealousy of her sister so reasonable as ought to have been their cure; and now that the conviction of his preference for Maria had been forced on her, she submitted to it without any alarm for Maria's situation, or any endeavour at rational tranquillity for herself.
Marianne's ideas were still, at intervals, fixed incoherently on her mother, and whenever she mentioned her name, it gave a pang to the heart of poor Elinor, who, reproaching herself for having trifled with so many days of illness, and wretched for some immediate relief, fancied that all relief might soon be in vain, that every thing had been delayed too long, and pictured to herself her suffering mother arriving too late to see this darling child, or to see her rational.
Marianne’s ideas were still, at intervals, fixed incoherently on her mother, and whenever she mentioned her name, it gave a pang to the heart of poor Elinor, who, reproaching herself for having trifled with so many days of illness, and wretched for some immediate relief, fancied that all relief might soon be in vain, that every thing had been delayed too long, and pictured to herself her suffering mother arriving too late to see this darling child, or to see her rational.
Why, then, had he come hither? Was it but the mockery of penitence? A mockery, indeed, but in which his soul trifled with itself! A mockery at which angels blushed and wept, while fiends rejoiced, with jeering laughter! He had been driven hither by the impulse of that Remorse which dogged him everywhere, and whose own sister and closely linked companion was that Cowardice which invariably drew him back, with her tremulous gripe, just when the other impulse had hurried him to the verge of a disclosure.
Two delightful twilight walks on the third and fourth evenings of her being there, not merely on the dry gravel of the shrubbery, but all over the grounds, and especially in the most distant parts of them, where there was something more of wildness than in the rest, where the trees were the oldest, and the grass was the longest and wettest, had--assisted by the still greater imprudence of sitting in her wet shoes and stockings--given Marianne a cold so violent as, though for a day or two trifled with or denied, would force itself by increasing ailments on the concern of every body, and the notice of herself.
Two delightful twilight walks on the third and fourth evenings of her being there, not merely on the dry gravel of the shrubbery, but all over the grounds, and especially in the most distant parts of them, where there was something more of wildness than in the rest, where the trees were the oldest, and the grass was the longest and wettest, had—assisted by the still greater imprudence of sitting in her wet shoes and stockings—given Marianne a cold so violent as, though for a day or two trifled with or denied, would force itself by increasing ailments on the concern of every body, and the notice of herself.
Raoul, how that little fairy of the North has trifled with you! Was it really, was it really necessary to have so fresh and young a face, a forehead so shy and always ready to cover itself with the pink blush of modesty in order to pass in the lonely night, in a carriage and pair,.
It will all be wasted on trifles.
Trifles that have borne their part.
I have noted a few trifles on Art:.
And then declare we only trifles love.
It is founded upon the observation of trifles.
Those were trifles which come into every union.
But there was no time to waste on such trifles.
But Mitya had no time to pause over such trifles.
The adult brothers become bitter enemies over trifles.
As to small meannesses, such trifles did not trouble her.
I am trivial only about trifles, not in what is important.
He furnished this chamber with a multitude of elegant trifles.
Good lord no! I’m sixty-five and beyond caring about such trifles.
I’m not a goose, but they are who cry about trifles, said Pétya.
It is, of course, a trifle, but there is nothing so important as trifles.
He is always striving after something heroic and spoiling it all over trifles.
Did I not say you neglected essential points to pursue trifles? he asked.
The masses everywhere and always regard the natural sciences as useless trifles.
He keeps rushing about and declaring that no time ought to be wasted on trifles.
However, no one had pushed him and there was no point in bickering over trifles.
His Only about trifles was meant unkindly; but she refused to take offense.
He took into consideration all trifles of camp arrangement, even a possible storm.
Meantime, you forget essential points in pursuing trifles: you do not inquire why Mr.
Wasn't it good of him? I like such things, for as Father says, trifles show character.
Should I tremble at trifles so small, my bones would have been shaken loose long since.
Our subject regaled us with amazing details and household trifles of the seventh century.
But those were all trifles which he had not even begun to consider, and indeed he had no time.
I beg you not to indulge in trifles now, but to help to pack, and tomorrow we must go, go, go!.
Fancy bothering about such trifles now! And they actually say he is not honest and takes bribes.
Why dispute about trifles? What does it matter to him who it is gives him a beating? She laughed.
But these were mere trifles, and they assured their mother that the experiment was working finely.
Her readers were not particular about such trifles as grammar, punctuation, and probability, and Mr.
She wondered why he, who did not usually trouble over trifles, made such a mountain of this molehill.
And Victor, Andrew, Slava, Yura, and I were walking in the middle with Sensei chattering about trifles.
During those five days of vacations, Helen didn't stop for a minute criticizing or belittling me over trifles.
He doesn't jeer at things, not because he hasn't the wit, but as though he hadn't time to waste on such trifles.
Her mother-in-law, on the other hand, was rushing like a hurricane, always grumbling and dissatisfied with trifles.
There were some attacks on certain details and trifles, but the question itself evidently did not interest any one.
Wallie, bitterly irritated, saw, indeed, many trifles that he had failed to see before, perplexing as so many pricks.
Indeed this showed itself even in the pettiest trifles: I used, for instance, to knock against people in the street.

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He seems a trifle tense.
They trifle with MY love.
It was just a trifle, he said.
Things at stake are not trifle.
Rushworth, which is no trifle.
No doubt, some household trifle.
It was merely a trifle abridged.
She smiled back, a trifle warily.
To the tale this trifle will tell.
It is a trifle savage, this crowd.
But, you see, it's only a trifle.
The guard came over, a trifle warily.
It was a trifle sore from the workout.
It was a trifle on the meager side.
Give me a little more, just a trifle!.
Maybe I'm a growing a trifle old besides.
The heavens do not fall for such a trifle.
Such a trifle is not worth half so many words.
She had been a trifle old-maidish in her youth.
I will show you what it means to trifle with me.
Dakin’s eyes warmed a trifle out of pride in her.
Ill or well is a trifle so long as it still goes on.
I believe I may have actually skipped a trifle as I.
It will be perceived that he exaggerated it a trifle.
Khemsa gazed at him cautiously and a trifle uncertainly.
Do not let us be frightened from a good deed by a trifle.
But you shall not trifle with me, you shall not torture me.
But presently it began to flag a trifle, and grow disjointed.
Tom saw a hssswwx spear coming at him and dodged a trifle late.
And Paul felt he had done something for her, if only a trifle.
Her mother thought that there was a trifle too much description.
It is a trifle, they will more than arrive there every one, and.
It is a great unkindness to trifle with her, Chambers said.
At last Grandma let her lips open a trifle to allow the answer out.
Rob thought murder and slave raids a trifle more than inconvenient.
Winston Churchill, the First Sea Lord, may seem a trifle irrational.
The doublet is a trifle musty from the trunk, but it should serve.
Don’t stand on ceremony, give him some trifle, and let that end it.
A trifle made him blush at any time: and now he felt warm and excited.
In the middle of the bogT' asked the elderly man, just a trifle upset.

Sinonimi per trifling