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    1. trifling with your Mothers affection

    2. can be employed in the grocery trade, the wages of the grocer's labour must be a very trifling

    3. education is surely an advantage which greatly overbalances this trifling inconveniency

    4. The cheapness and abundance of gold and silver plate would be the sole advantage which the world could derive from the one event; and the dearness and scarcity of those trifling superfluities, the only inconveniency it could suffer from the other

    5. A man of fortune, for example, may either spend his revenue in a profuse and sumptuous table, and in maintaining a great number of menial servants, and a multitude of dogs and horses; or, contenting himself with a frugal table, and few attendants, he may lay out the greater part of it in adorning his house or his country villa, in useful or ornamental buildings, in useful or ornamental furniture, in collecting books, statues, pictures ; or in things more frivolous, jewels, baubles, ingenious trinkets of different kinds; or, what is most trifling of all, in amassing a great wardrobe of fine clothes, like the favourite and minister of a great prince who died a few years ago

    6. The latter species of expense, therefore, especially when directed towards frivolous objects, the little ornaments of dress and furniture, jewels, trinkets, gew-gaws, frequently indicates, not only a trifling, but a base and selfish disposition

    7. But if he has a lease for along term of years, he is altogether independent; and his landlord must not expect from him even the most trifling service, beyond what is either expressly stipulated in the lease, or imposed upon him by the common and known law of the country

    8. It is in a great measure indifferent to him from what place he carries on his trade ; and a very trifling disgust will make him remove his capital, and, together with it, all the industry which it supports, from one country to another

    9. So far Europe has, no doubt, gained a real conveniency, though surely a very trifling one

    10. It is difficult to say which is most trifling, this inconveniency, or the opposite conveniency

    11. The expense of premiums, besides, is very trifling, that of bounties very great

    12. While some dismissed it as a trifling detail, of no real concern to their desired status quo, it was a striking development to this agent

    13. The extreme poverty of the greater part of the persons employed in this expensive, though trifling manufacture, may satisfy us that the price of their work does not, in ordinary cases, exceed the value of their subsistence

    14. The abuses which sometimes creep into the local and provincial administration of a local and provincial revenue, how enormous soever they may appear, are in reality, however, almost always very trifling in comparison of those which commonly take place in the administration and expenditure of the revenue of a great empire

    15. Should the sovereign have the imprudence to appear either to deride, or doubt himself of the most trifling part of their doctrine, or from humanity, attempt to protect those who did either the one or the other, the punctilious honour of a clergy, who have no sort of dependency upon him, is immediately provoked to proscribe him as a profane person, and to employ all the terrors of religion, in order to oblige the people to transfer their allegiance to some more orthodox and obedient prince

    16. The mate spoke a trifling of English from his days aboard a Pacific Coast party boat and understood better, but there was little else to be heard until they both distinctly made out “—a mountain of coke,” repeated several times

    17. Had I known that I was pregnant I wouldn’t have even gotten with you, I’m not trifling like that

    18. But he had forgotten the trifling incident by the time he reached home

    19. 19 think not eating the unclean, then, a trifling offense

    20. 11 Will you not awake from your trifling philosophy? and give up the folly of your notions; and regaining understanding worthy of your age search into the truth of an expedient course? 12 and reverencing my kindly admonition have pity on your own years? 13 For bear in mind that if there be any power which watches over this religion of yours it will pardon you for all transgressions of the law which you commit through compulsion

    21. 19 think not eating the unclean then a trifling offense

    22. Let us reckon that it is better to hate the things present since they are trifling and transient and corruptible; and to love those [which are to come] as being good and incorruptible

    23. Not to mention she may even had that trifling Negro in the same bed they conceived their second child in

    24. Jai and Ceder mumbled a lame apology and grabbed a hold of the boat, adding their trifling strength to the haul

    25. " Would this sort of presumption, this defiance of his Father's laws of gravity, be justified in order to protect himself from possible harm or, perchance, to win the confidence of his mistaught and distracted people? But such a course, however gratifying to the sign-seeking Jews, would be, not a revelation of his Father, but a questionable trifling with the established laws of the universe of universes

    26. trifling cost, but this wil not satisfy me at al

    27. And these Jews have not been the only ones to fail in the recognition of high and holy obligations of a divine nature while giving meticulous attention to things of trifling importance to human welfare in both time and eternity

    28. This sort of trifling? Even had you skill

    29. In the Holy Qur’an, God tells us what our Master Luqman “cpth” said to his son admonishing: “… and do not walk trifling on the earth

    30. Doubtless there is a time for all things; but to be always light and trifling is anything but wise

    31. trifling with its genes,

    32. Trifling issues were downplayed and positive points were accentuated

    33. Speak not but what may benefit others or you, avoid trifling conversation

    34. [11] In the play there is a trifling anachronism according towhich we are to believe that in 1643 Quevedo had not yet received thishonor

    35. Her leaving him must have been owing to some trifling misunderstanding

    36. She it was who had used the trifling circumstance of a mislaid sermon-book to take the vicar and Robin into the church at an unaccustomed time, without which sermon-book they would never have met Priscilla in the churchyard and driven her out of it

    37. She ought to have made port early that morning, but inconsequence of sundry trifling, but vexatious delays, she threatened to be fully twenty-four hours late, if not more

    38. “What is it you wish of me? I haven’t time for trifling banter

    39. Convince us, we pray thee, of the worth of our own souls, and the weight of eternity, and the awfulness of that everlasting state which we are standing upon the brink of, and make us diligent and serious in our preparation for it, labouring less for the meat that perisheth, and more for that which endures to eternal life; as those who have set their affections on things above, and not on things that are on the earth, which are trifling and transitory

    40. O what a vain foolish trifling heart have I! when I would do good, even then evil is present with me; good Lord be merciful to me, and pardon the iniquity of my holy things, and let not my manifold defects in my attendance upon thee be laid to my charge, or hinder my profiting by the ordinance

    41. However, ten minutes later, his trifling query adequately dealt with, he left with thanks

    42. He could not envisage days of mutual brooding and sulking that resulted from trifling misunderstandings and raised voices

    43. This is the purpose of this letter though I do not know when you shall read it or when you might open this package with the trifling sum I offer to cover part of the expense I shall cause you

    44. In comparison two murders must seem a trifling matter

    45. It was like the others in external appearance, and even within the difference was trifling between it and those of the poorest of his braves

    46. Even the poorest can be made to see this, and to agree that great sums gathered by some of their fellow-citizens and spent for public purposes, from which the masses reap the principal benefit, are more valuable to them than if scattered among themselves in trifling amounts through the course of many years

    47. Trifling on, Letchard passes the palaces and terraces, the non-sobriety stalls and the fun and variety halls

    48. Trifling on, Listern passes the palaces and terraces, the non-sobriety stalls and the fun and variety halls

    49. It is giving weight to a trifling impulse

    50. Yet it is on such trifling perversions as these that some authors rest a mighty theory of interminable suffering for sinners of every description

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    Sinonimi per "trifling"

    dalliance dawdling trifling negligible paltry loitering insignificant unimportant trivial petty immaterial frivolous slight