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Fret dans une phrase (en anglais)

1. Now you're going to fret.
2. She told him not to fret.
3. I wouldn’t fret over, my dear.
4. And don’t fret about your boss.
5. I do nothing, and I fret about it.
6. There, Scarlett, don’t you fret.
7. I fret about you all the bloody time.
8. Oh don’t fret, I’m not that cold.
9. I began to fret as I clung to the phone.
10. There is nothing in it to fret your vanity.
11. And don't you fret anything, you sweet girl.
12. Furthermore, there is nothing to fret about.
13. We'll conquer this demon, don't fret, my dear.
14. The worrying things that caused our souls to fret;.
15. Dont you fret about that, his father said from.
16. But he immediately reverted to form and began to fret.
17. Suzy, Suzy, my love, you shouldn’t fret anymore.
18. But immediately he reverted to form and began to fret.
19. Do not fret if you cannot experience all senses at once.
20. Don't fret about Father, dear, she added, as they parted.
21. It’s not the time for me to fret and analyze and be nervous.
22. It was in our nature, then, to fret over what this would do to Molly.
23. She was standing, holding the bloody towel, and wearing a look of fret.
24. On fretless stringed instruments: it is your fingers that act as a fret.
25. It means he’s not so badly wounded and I don’t have to fret about him.
26. Never did she fret or complain, but, as usual, appealed continually to God.
27. We mustn’t fret about events that haven’t happened yet he replied tenderly.
28. She knew her mom might fret – her dad would say nothing – but she deserved it.
29. Don't fret; you are just as pretty as any of those three, but you are now unavailable.
30. Have them box-up their weapons so they won't have to fret about a casual traffic stop.
31. To watch her like that soothed him gradually quite out of the fever and fret of the day.
32. Perhaps, in most cases we do not witness instant karma, so we fret and assume that life is unjust.
33. But don’t you fret, Miss Scarlett, it’ll be over in a month and we’ll have them howling.
34. Don’t fret, friend—‘suffer an hour, live for an age!’ that’s how it is, my dear fellow.
35. Fret not yourself because of evil men, neither be envious of the wicked, because there shall be no.
36. Tom himself began to fret over the scene-painter's slow progress, and to feel the miseries of waiting.
37. Tom himself began to fret over the scene-painter’s slow progress, and to feel the miseries of waiting.
38. Don’t fret, he’s occupied at the moment and asked that you wait in this room until he’s finished.
39. By cutting off the vibration of a string by putting our finger on a fret board, and shortening its sound.
40. Eh, lad, don’t fret! said he, in the tender singsong caressing voice old Russian peasant women employ.
41. If you are in a Move2Move trade and a stock continues higher, you will not fret that you left money on the table.
42. Your finger on a fret of a stringed instrument physically demonstrates and proves how all energy works in the Universe.
43. It was hard to fret over incidental things like breaking into a lighthouse when faced with such stunning, natural beauty.
44. Curiously, he does not fret at all about economic fluctuations or Federal Reserve actions, and appears to have unbridled faith in.
45. He began to fret, sank into brooding, gave up eating and drinking, spoke to no one, and on the fifth day he took and hanged himself.
46. I fret about whether I should stop by the bookstore and buy an extra battery for the calculator just in case, on my way to the exam.
47. After watching them study a weather screen at the terminal and fret over turbulence, Samantha was secretly hoping they would cancel.
48. Don’t fret, my friend, Gene responded, watching as Brian unwrapped the cash and piled it into stacks of hundreds, everything will work out.
49. With this, our view is properly centered to not fret with the things of this life, and to endure patiently until the end when we shall receive reward.
50. The memory of the fret and hot irritation of the day was wiped out as though it had never been by that other memory of her sweet apology on the steps of the crypt.
51. Psa 37:7 Rest in the LORD, and wait patiently for him: fret not thyself because of him who prospereth in his way, because of the man who bringeth wicked devices to pass.
52. Rosie was tearful but wished me luck turning away to hide her tears I said to her that it could be quite awhile before I was recalled to the Battalion so she shouldn’t fret too much.
53. But don’t fret! For those who are nonaccredited, there are publicly traded REITs (real estate investment trusts) that focus solely on owning a basket of properties around the country.
54. Had he found out about the gold, or did he simply wish to ask her why she had fled the station and cracked his heart? The coins were not his to fret over just the same and she was done with him.
55. I must hide it from Jonathan, for if he knew that I had been crying twice in one morning… I, who never cried on my own account, and whom he has never caused to shed a tear, the dear fellow would fret his heart out.
56. When our boy Dexter fastened on to “The Fool on the Hill” at six years old and started to fret about why “nobody seems to like him,” his mother simply called up the author for advice as to what to tell him.
57. Mole, of whom you so often have heard your father tell!' But when their infants were fractious and quite beyond control, they would quiet them by telling how, if they didn't hush them and not fret them, the terrible grey Badger would up and get them.
58. But Levin had changed a good deal since his marriage; he was patient, and if he could not see why it was all arranged like this, he told himself that he could not judge without knowing all about it, and that most likely it must be so, and he tried not to fret.
59. I seem to recall you saying that if you had to sit through one more of your father-in-law’s stories about his prostate cancer or listen to your mother-in-law fret about Henry getting fired again – even though it wasn’t his fault – you were going to stick your head in the oven.
60. And if it had only happened to be night he would not have seen that speck of daylight and would not have explored that passage any more! He told how he went back for Becky and broke the good news and she told him not to fret her with such stuff, for she was tired, and knew she was going to die, and wanted to.
61. If so great a magnificent power could overwhelm them, identify them altogether with itself, so that they knew they were only grains in the tremendous heave that lifted every grass blade its little height, and every tree, and living thing, then why fret about themselves? They could let themselves be carried by life, and they felt a sort of peace each in the other.
62. This is the sort of shelf on which young wives and mothers may consent to be laid, safe from the restless fret and fever of the world, finding loyal lovers in the little sons and daughters who cling to them, undaunted by sorrow, poverty, or age, walking side by side, through fair and stormy weather, with a faithful friend, who is, in the true sense of the good old Saxon word, thèhouse-band', and learning, as Meg learned, that a woman's happiest kingdom is home, her highest honor the art of ruling it not as a queen, but as a wise wife and mother.
63. Heads of social organizations, institutions, the concept of a Supreme head-being: God, the making of bread by cutting off the heads of grain, the head of a bed, the head of a burning cigar or cigarette: knocked of as ashes: getting ‘ahead’, the concept of progress as the most important thing in life, competition: getting ahead of your competition, the concept of competitive elimination: ‘heads will fall’, ‘if you are not up to snuff’, snuff: sneezing your head off by taking a pinch of snuff to clear your head, giving ‘head’ sexually, warheads, bombs, firearms, bullets, artillery: any weapon that shoots something: slingshots, arrows, spears, rocks, the heading of a page, a header in grammar, the heading on a page, the heading on a sentence, the heading on a paragraph, somersaults, head-over-heels, crowns, the crowns of Corinthian pillars, pillars do not have heads: all pillars are decapitated, all segments of pillars: all decapitated columns, the idea of decapitating pillars of the community, the idea of dethroning kings, the eating of fruit like grapes, apples, etc; all edible things like coconuts, papaya,, unpeeling the head of a banana and eating it, all vegetables in the shape of a head like onions, cabbage, lettuce, the picking of leaves, the picking of fruits, the picking of beans: all drug foods the picking of spices: creating every single drug we call food, ice cream cones, all ice cream in the shape of a decapitated head, all food portions in the shape of a head, all toppings on all food, decapitated flowers, the Rose Parade: hundreds of millions of decapitated heads of flowers, all fire with flames that are decapitated, all fireworks, the crushing of spices, the picking of decapitated heads like mushrooms, eating nuts, cracking their shell, eggs, corks and bungs used to seal barrels and bottles, the tops of bottles, the sealing and taking off the tops of bottles, jars; all tools that have a head, the head of a hammer, nails, the head of a nail, pounding the head of a nail, the cutting off of the heads of large trees before decapitating them, cutting off the heads of animals to kill them and eat them, all mathematics: the counting of heads, or I’s and adding them up, the using of tools to create decapitated segments, all sports, all balls used in sports, the hitting of all balls, ping-pong, badminton, bowling, bowling pins: the decapitation of bowling pins by a bowling ball, kingpins, kings, jewelry, stickpins with diamond heads on them, canes, walking sticks with metal heads, staffs, any artifact denoting being the head of something, scepters, globes, flyswatters, turbans, musical instruments that blare out sound: decapitating it; using holes in wood and brass instruments to decapitate the natural sound into a shorter wavelength, all fretted and unfretted musical instruments, pressing on a fret to make the note shorter, like a violin or guitar, drums, drumsticks, cymbals, the heads of shoelaces, the detached mentality called the ego: decapitated and disconnected from all the other needs and energy flows of a human being, the concept of life after death as a detached form of spirit, the structure of all hierarchy, all capitalist companies and corporate bodies being ruled and controlled by detached heads of business, the capitalization of letters at the head of a word or sentence or paragraph: especially in ancient sacred Christian texts: where the first capital letter is huge, the eating of fish by decapitating them first, the use of all drugs, narcotics wine, coffee, pills: to create a disconnection between the brain and the rest of the human being, the concept of anesthesia, using drugs to numb the brain or prevent it from feeling the body’s pain, all cultures that value stoicism, macho pigs who cannot love, the concept of the hero as a stone face refusing to face the truth, refusing to feel love, refusing to feel any emotion whatsoever, refusing to cry, the stone carvings of all the ancient Kings, the decapitated carvings of all Kings on coins, the insane idea of all kings ruling by only using their decapitated heads as decapitated coins to spread their authority, all stone busts, plaster busts, the stone faces of all heroes in modern media who refuse to feel human emotion, ping-pong, the computer game: pong, King Kong: the King cut off from State: King Kong falling off the Empire State building: all the video games that are based upon decapitated heads decapitating other heads, which are all based on the old arcade pinball machines that shot decapitated heads that bounced around scoring points hitting and scoring on as many stationary targets of decapitated heads as possible, the decapitation of hair… haircuts, shaving daily, cutting your nails, the idea of assassination as a political tool, the concept of character assassination used in all human societies to cut off people who are thought too uppity or stick out too much, and do not conform… the detached form of observation that only use instruments for the eye: microscopes, telescopes, star-gazing, stamp collecting, the collections of anything from bric-a-brac to gold coins, portraits, still pictures of decapitated heads, cameos, brooches, belt buckles, shoe buckles, still photographs of decapitated heads, talking heads, heads on celluloid talking, heads on screens, moving pictures of talking heads, the idea of a leader as a talking head, all pictures on money of decapitated heads, mouthpieces, microphones, the idea of one person speaking for another, speechwriters, lawyers, politicians, amplified music coming out of a loudspeaker, amplifiers of singing-talking heads, the idea of doing nothing but talking as being the only form of social activity allowed in polite societies, the heads of shoelaces, all knots, topknots, tying hair into knots, the idea of cutting up sounds into words, into letters, into decapitated abstract symbols of meaning separated from thee body of the meaning by segmentation, all segmented forms of tool-use, all tools that segment things into decapitated heads, all decapitated forms of awareness-thinking-feeling, all forms of specialization, all segmented ways of living-doing-seeing, decapitating the natural order of things into decapitated insane pieces: decapitating a family into age groups, decapitating a community into alienated isolated individuals, all mass butchery of living animals by cutting off their heads, morse code, ticker tape, all digitalization of signals into meaningless decapitated codes, the invention of the glass tube: the first decapitated head that could mechanically receive and send energy through nerves called wires, the invention of the transistor: the first sold decapitated head that could send and receive signals, the invention of microchips: tiny decapitated heads with their own tiny brain circuits that could perform more complicated functions than the first huge glass-blown giants called vacuum tubes: because there was nothing inside them, all glass blowing, blowing up molten glass with hot air and then decapitating it to make a glass vase or bottle, all containers from bottles, jars, gourds, ladles, to pitchers and teapots with decapitated lids, all containers, chests, holding treasure, wealth, valuables, all spices and decapitated herbs, all furniture made from decapitating trees, all houses made into decapitated heads where the people living inside them only use their heads and not their hearts or bodies, the steam engine: decapitating steam to explode out in puffs of decapitated destroyed power, all wheels, all round wheels used in machines, all watches, with dials pointing at the decapitated numbers of a disconnected circle, the decapitation of all circles into wedges, pie slices, the invention of the wedge, the invention of the axe as a metal decapitated head to stick on a wooden decapitated piece of branch, all idols, all icons, all figureheads, all abstract symbols representing the head, the pinnacle, the top, the apex, the height of anything, all hierarchical awareness and structures that deem the head as the most valuable, the best, the most noble, etc; Jack-in the Box, all boxes, everything that is put into a box or container, FedEx: the obsession of transporting boxes and parcels, the song; ‘Pop goes the Weasel’, all mass-produced goods that are boxed and shipped, the detachment of specialized labor and work, the creation of holes, digging, all mining, piston heads, engine heads, everything that is called the ‘head’ of something, the froth on the top of a glass of beer,: to be blown away, the use of all zeros and ones: as in Japanese Zeros decapitating American ships, zeros and ones being created and then decapitated inside computers, the use of all zeros and ones in mathematics, scalping, the taking of heads, the shrinking of heads: which the computer microchip is the latest evolution of, ….
64. He raised a had for them not to fret,.
1. Fretting, he waited for Kehaar.
2. He was too busy fretting about.
3. Need to stop fretting over Suong.
4. A grave anxiety was fretting Mitya.
5. Something seemed to be fretting him.
6. Fretting, she dug her chin into her arm.
7. I fear she is fretting about something.
8. And when thy slumbering conscience, fretting.
9. So tell her to stop fretting and get on with it.
10. He was fretting over the fire while she laughed.
11. Now she began to combat him in his restless fretting.
12. All that fretting seconds ago was a waste of my time.
13. He’d learned not to waste precious energy fretting.
14. The question is still fretting your heart, and not answered.
15. She spent her evenings with my mother fretting over Harold’s.
16. Have listened to mother for hours, fretting about future dangers.
17. Let us never give way to a fretting, murmuring, complaining spirit.
18. She gathered something was fretting him, that he found things hard.
19. You’re still fretting over this Kobayashi test? Tammas asked.
20. Put the welfare of your family first_, and stop fretting about yourself.
21. When I returned to the dining room, Andrew was still fretting about Darren.
22. This was exactly the kind of nonsense he didn’t want them fretting about.
23. I don’t want you fretting over it, Cap’n, Sound struggled to say.
24. He grimaced at that last thought, then ordered himself to stop fretting about it.
25. There had been months in the past when he’d felt her fretting about him from afar.
26. I see I have the means of fretting him out of his melancholy for some time to come.
27. She then thought about poor Tadeo, fretting and losing his hair, and burst into laughter.
28. She wondered whether she should stop fretting about speed and worry instead about safety.
29. So he tortured himself, fretting himself with such questions, and finding a kind of enjoyment in it.
30. Priscilla fretting in her chair that he should stay away so long saw very clearly that no cook could help them.
31. It was time he put his mind to that endeavor and cease fretting about what could have been and should have been.
32. She loved him? Caleb had been fretting over the bond that had formed between her and Dominic the last few months.
33. Instead of fretting over whether our stop is in the correct place or not, just keep in mind the overall objective.
34. From a logical standpoint, there was really nothing I could do, so watching and fretting about it wouldn’t be of any help.
35. Tim was fretting but still smoking up the stash which I suggested he give back but he decided against that so we both got blazed.
36. As he scrambled about trying to find his bearings, this mysterious and cloaked figure was still fretting about trying to unnerve him.
37. He’d already climbed into the rear seat and pulled the door closed, when Sound rapped on the glass, his fretting face peering inside.
38. Here's the seacoast morning, big and permanent and beautiful; there is she, fretting, always unsatisfied, and temporary as a bubble of foam.
39. So you just sit there have a drink and stop fretting about those good for nothings at the bar I will sit here and look after you don’t worry.
40. And of how much more value are you than many birds! Besides, all of your anxiety or fretting doubts can do nothing to supply your material needs.
41. Always when he went with Miriam, and it grew rather late, he knew his mother was fretting and getting angry about him---why, he could not understand.
42. But while speaking against fretting after eccentricity, don't let it be assumed that any discouragement is being given to genuine new points of view.
43. We hadn’t gone a mile before I stopped fretting about that, because she was in complete control, the Expedition a glove and she the hand within it.
44. At last, feeling very cross and ill-humored, Ivan arrived home, and suddenly, about fifteen paces from the garden gate, he guessed what was fretting and worrying him.
45. Frou-Frou started into a gallop, her left foot forward, made two bounds, and fretting at the tightened reins, passed into a jolting trot, bumping her rider up and down.
46. We did not dare to play truant, however, like other boys whom we knew (we were not courageous enough for that); so we kept on going, fretting, and pining, and—learning.
47. If the road from his cell were long enough, the condemned man would be fretting less about the gallows than about the tight shoe that was making him limp and wince at every step.
48. I never saw the kill, for I was accustomed to the mare's fretting, and I never marked her absence, for my consciousness of her was only of something tawny, and the lion filled that part.
49. In any case, was that not what the majority of marriages achieve? We made love twice during the week she spent in Cairo and I was constantly fretting I might accidentally call her Marian.
50. Maritornes was fretting and sweating at finding herself held so fast by Don Quixote, and not understanding or heeding the words he addressed to her, she strove without speaking to free herself.
51. The doctors shall make me some sort of wart on my face—what's the use of their being so mechanical!—or else I'll put out one eye, let my beard grow a yard, and I shall turn gray, fretting for Russia.
52. The struggling and fretting after originality that one sees in modern art is certainly an evidence of vitality, but one is inclined to doubt whether anything really original was ever done in so forced a way.
53. As a man who had once sinned, but who kept his conscience all alive and painfully sensitive by the fretting of an unhealed wound, he might have been supposed safer within the line of virtue than if he had never sinned at all.
54. Georgiana, when not unburdening her heart to me, spent most of her time in lying on the sofa, fretting about the dulness of the house, and wishing over and over again that her aunt Gibson would send her an invitation up to town.
55. Every half hour or so, their paralegal, Lynn, would enter with even more documents or forms to be filed, and though it was all Maria could do to keep up, staying busy had the benefit of keeping her from fretting about her lunch date.
56. They were well aware of what Ky Ebright was thinking, what Royal Brougham was fretting about, and what many in the eastern press were saying: Washington would come up short again in the last few hundred feet of the four-mile varsity race.
57. Sometimes, in the furious excitations of desire, I threw myself on the bed, spread my thighs abroad, and lay as it were expecting the longed-for relief, till finding my illusion, I shut and squeezed them together again, burning and fretting.
58. Again, it got me to thinking; how could I waste so much of my life fretting over the selfish wants of the flesh, the lesser things of life, and not have focused on that which is true and forever? This wasn’t a bad feeling, no, not by a long shot, but instead very comical, even to the point that I laughed out-loud.
59. At the moment when Krassotkin opened the door and came into the room, the captain and all the boys were round Ilusha's bed, looking at a tiny mastiff pup, which had only been born the day before, though the captain had bespoken it a week ago to comfort and amuse Ilusha, who was still fretting over the lost and probably dead Zhutchka.
60. Now this was cunning Vengeance indeed! The Lady with whom Bellars had broken my Heart had now been cast out by him! Had Revenge been my whole Intent, I could have ne’er contriv’d such sweet Vengeance! ’Twas only when I idly toy’d with Fate, instead of fretting and anguishing o’er it, that Fate dropp’d all her most glitt’ring Jewels in my Lap.
61. And then I went on and told her all what I told Uncle Silas before; and then she said she'd forgive us, and maybe it was all right enough anyway, and about what a body might expect of boys, for all boys was a pretty harum- scarum lot as fur as she could see; and so, as long as no harm hadn't come of it, she judged she better put in her time being grateful we was alive and well and she had us still, stead of fretting over what was past and done.
62. The litany of abuses predicated in the name of free expression, or proxy ―decisions‖ made on behalf of others who are unable to make informed decisions, are understood by the hordes of mentally ill people roaming the streets, who should be otherwise institutionalized for their own safety, if not for the safety of our society, for that matter, who remain on the streets, unable to properly care for themselves, mandated by civil rights organizations fearful that their rights may be jeopardized, people otherwise incapable of making a rational assessment of their own condition; not to mention conferring legitimacy to sexual deviancy in all its varieties that many of us have casually resigned ourselves to as ―simply‖ alternative lifestyles or championing (equal) protection under the law, that, in some instances, should call for censorship, or implausible assumptions regarding the ―unborn,‖ (Abortion) remanding millions of innocents to an early grave, a convenience for women fretting over their figures or professional careers, abetted by spineless politicians, who for expediency sake, continue advancing legislation denying them (―unborn‖) their own inalienable right to choose, had they the means, or encouraging a culture of death (Euthanasia) for the convenience of (the) would-be custodians of the terminally ill or perhaps to (simply) reduce the increasing costs of Healthcare, or the legalization of drugs because that too is a convenient alternative for a number of individuals who have seemingly lost the will to rid our society of rampant drug abuse and therefore justify such (hare-brained) schemes from the vantage point of opportunity savings or reduced social costs, or movements to eliminate God from the public consciousness lest society be reminded of its sins or perhaps because many of us have (conveniently) chosen to become our own gods.
63. Or to Hindu flutes and the fretting twang of the vina,.
64. He was fretting over it yesterday, so it is about time he told her,.
1. She fretted at losing Annie.
2. The small motion fretted him.
3. Morel fretted after her son.
4. Will they work? Moshe fretted.
5. I fretted the winter coming on.
6. He seemed puzzled and rather fretted.
7. A yard of fretted water heaved between.
8. That stupid Venus of mine, she fretted.
9. And how he fretted for you to come!.
10. She fretted him to the bottom of his soul.
11. When she was fretted he could not bear it.
12. She fretted about what Lyons had told them.
13. We will have fretted ourselves for nothing.
14. Leah fretted her concern and the old woman.
15. Marius fretted with the handle of his pistol.
16. He tossed and fretted among his rich cushions.
17. Lord Dagon fretted as he sat on his coral Dais.
18. Sven, are you sure that was wise? He fretted.
19. He hacked at the earth till she was fretted to death.
20. For the rest of the month she fretted, worried that.
21. She fretted, I hope he's not headed for a broken heart.
22. Later, I fretted about whether to tell Phil about Fiona.
23. Freddy fretted and some of his hair started to fall out.
24. The barrels now all lashed together creaked and fretted.
25. When she fretted he understood, and could have no peace.
26. He fretted intensely over what to tell Ava about his visitor.
27. Dorothy fretted about the house, wringing her hands and crying.
28. So he went on through the winter; but he seemed not so fretted.
29. Leah fretted her concern and the old woman grumbled her displeasure.
30. But he fretted so, got so furious suddenly, and again was melancholic.
31. He fidgeted and fretted, but Nicolette forbade him the luxury of time.
32. Encased in a polka dot bathrobe she fretted as she spied the policeman.
33. Greg fretted over their defense plan and mentally reexamined every detail.
34. She was sure it was very ill--it cried, and fretted, and was all over pimples.
35. Paul's swells white above the fretted, pointed, or oblong buildings beside it.
36. As he hurried along Darkburst fretted about his mother and the danger she was in.
37. The Sulabuns were dynamic and heedful that many Kravenas fretted and stepped back.
38. She rose and closed her reading, rose of Castile: fretted, forlorn, dreamily rose.
39. The more she fretted and struggled to set her free, the firmer became her fetters.
40. So still he wondered, indeed fretted, about what the ravens might have done to him.
41. Here a poor prisoner, forsook by the world and friends, fretted his sorrowful life.
42. He fretted until Scarlett said: Now, sweetheart, I shall be vexed if you take on so.
43. So they fretted with impatience at a nunnery just outside Portsmouth and waited for news.
44. I was sure that text would solve everything but we're no further forward, I fretted.
45. He was hurt between the past glamour with Miriam and the knowledge that his mother fretted.
46. That could mean only one thing, and the longer Edelman thought about it the more he fretted.
47. Tobie fretted over how well he'd made the repair, claiming his anatomy courses were far in the past.
48. The morning was bright and fine, and the eastern sky glowed pink, and was fretted with little golden clouds.
49. John Carrington fumed, fretted and finally telephoned—to find to his consternation that Ned was underground.
50. His mother still fretted and trembled, but the more uneasy she became, the greater were the hopes of Dardanelov.
51. I have fretted a little about how to approach Al, but I’m just going to invite him over to dinner and ask him.
52. As I fretted over my dilemma I drew my associates together that are the top of their game in drivability and diagnostics.
53. For the rest of the day she couldn’t concentrate on her work, but fretted in a mixture of nervous excitement and horror.
54. It was as if his fretted, tortured soul, run hot by thwarted passion, jetted off these sayings like sparks from electricity.
55. Stephanie fretted, I’ve never had to get out of the car without Mitch being around, referring to the tire-biting dogs.
56. Did she mean the cult? Adele fretted for weeks, paranoid of every face, every person she met on sidewalks, crossing intersections.
57. He worried about the final outcome, he fretted about reaching Grand Cayman getting Jones’ money then Jones wiping them both out.
58. She had no difficulty, he observed, himself infinitely fretted by this constant closeness to her, in being just a frank companion.
59. Al Ulbrickson remained characteristically silent on the topic, but the older boys fretted that that in itself seemed an ominous sign.
60. Moshe, impatiently awaiting the time of departure, fretted over the lack of immediate response from the townsmen, local farmers, and herdsmen.
61. Jacob wanted to avoid that if at all possible, but how best to go about it? Jacob tapped the side of his cheek with his index finger and fretted.
62. Now I knew my mother had liked almond cake with honey and hot tea, that she'd once used the word "profoundly," that she'd fretted about her happiness.
63. I fancy he fretted a great deal, and moaned hisseln night and day; and she had precious little rest: one could guess by her white face and heavy eyes.
64. As the ranks filled in, Wren and Rachel fretted over the relative inexperience of Wren’s crews, but other than training, there was little they could do.
65. Your deeds got into extemporised strong-rooms made of kitchens and sculleries, and fretted all the fat out of their parchments into the banking-house air.
66. Look out! he shouted, in a voice plainly showing that he had long fretted to utter that word, and letting the borzois slip he galloped toward the count.
67. He swore he was trying to quit, had in fact quit on numerous occasions, and freely admitted that he fretted over the likelihood of an awful death from lung cancer.
68. A few months went by before the first soil samples arrived in small, numbered plastic bags and at the beginning I fretted and wondered how to go about the analysis.
69. And I dare say that if a person were to throw his head back and study the fretted ceiling, you would still think that his mind was the percipient, and not his eyes.
70. They slept wherever they could find shelter, usually in farm barns and Olin fretted over the fact that he did not yet have a solution for that undesirable situation.
71. Her gloom had deepened when Mark had not shown up at Casper’s, despite all her other faults, Lucy was a compassionate creature and she fretted about the situation.
72. In the Citadel, in a chamber with a domed ceiling of carven jet, and the fretted arches of doorways glimmering with strange dark jewels, a strange conclave came to pass.
73. One part of her said it would be a relief to see the last of him; another part fretted because of keeping the children; and inside her, as yet, she could not quite let him go.
74. One day not long after, as he sat at breakfast and fretted over the prospect of another speech, he broke out a bottle of Canadian Club whiskey and poured a shot into his coffee.
75. She confided in friends that she didn’t think she had the tools to really meet Miller at his intellectual capacity, and what will he do when I’m found out, she fretted.
76. He remembered Nastasya often at his bedside; he distinguished another person, too, whom he seemed to know very well, though he could not remember who he was, and this fretted him, even made him cry.
77. He began, even in the first month of his marriage, to be continually fretted by the thought, My wife loves me—but what if she knew? When she first told him that she would soon bear him a child, he was troubled.
78. He was fretted, too, by all sorts of strange and almost surprising desires; for instance, after midnight he suddenly had an intense irresistible inclination to go down, open the door, go to the lodge and beat Smerdyakov.
79. That was worse: she fretted and sighed, and looked at her watch till eight, and finally went to her room, completely over-done with sleep; judging by her peevish, heavy look, and the constant rubbing she inflicted on her eyes.
80. He thought that I had not seen him for three or four days fretted my conscience, but I was reckoning on Anna Andreyevna : the old prince had become extremely attached to her of late, and even spoke of her to me as his guardian angel.
81. Harry had not seen Suzy for over a week, he had fretted constantly about her own mental state but he needn’t have worried as she was looking as glamorous as ever in a dark blue business suit she had carefully selected for the occasion.
82. There is some fascination, surely, when I am moved by the mere presence of such an one, even lying as she lay in a tomb fretted with age and heavy with the dust of centuries, though there be that horrid odour such as the lairs of the Count have had.
83. It was always a bit challenging to get her mom something special – Carmen always fretted about money spent on her, especially by her children – but since a new car was out of the question, Maria figured she could splurge a bit on some new pots and pans.
84. Yes, sir, we have been tortured, fretted, goaded, until at last, like some poor man driven from his family by discord at home, who says to himself, "any thing, even exile, is better than this," we have said that we will take war; we will take any thing for a change.
85. For when I worried and fretted with Indecision, trembl’d lest I be turn’d out of Doors, no Good came of it—only more Worry and Fretting—but when I pretended to the Courage which I lackt, Coxtart herself capitulated and the other Wenches declar’d me reigning Queen!.
86. All sorts of joyous sounds filled the air; the jolting of a cart rolling afar off in the ruts, the crowing of a cock, repeated again and again, or the gambling of a foal running away under the apple-trees: The pure sky was fretted with rosy clouds; a bluish haze rested upon the cots covered with iris.
87. For one thing, she was forbidden to move out of the garden, and it fretted her sadly to be confined to its narrow bounds as spring drew on; for another, in following the house, I was forced to quit her frequently, and she complained of loneliness: she preferred quarrelling with Joseph in the kitchen to sitting at peace in her solitude.
88. This morning, as soon as she stepped into my office with some new texts in hand, the screen suddenly went black with a ''system error'', without my pressing a single key! What the heck, has she got a magnet or something? We called for a technician, as usual, but in the meanwhile the fair lady fumed and fretted at me and started shouting about my incompetence.
89. At the wizard's gesture, the blacks laid hold of their prisoner and marched him behind Tsotha, who led the way out of the chamber through an arched doorway into a winding corridor, whose floor was of many-hued mosaics, whose walls were inlaid with gold tissue and silver chasing, and from whose fretted arched ceiling swung golden censers, filling the corridor with dreamy perfumed clouds.
90. Then one day when heat shimmered over the valley, when the dandelions had seeded and the thistles had bloomed, when the corn stood heavy and the cricket tuned his evening fiddle, when spots in the lawn turned brown, where the sprinkler missed, when the baby waked and fretted, and swearing, sweating men turned to the west and wondered what had held up the sea breeze—Sir Christopher missed his supper.
91. I have of late--but wherefore I know not--lost all my mirth, forgone all custom of exercises; and indeed it goes so heavily with my disposition that this goodly frame, the earth, seems to me a sterile promontory, this most excellent canopy, the air, look you, this brave o'erhanging firmament, this majestical roof fretted with golden fire, why, it appears no other thing to me than a foul and pestilent congregation of vapours.
92. Of all professions, if I had liberty of choice, I would choose to be a gardener, and if nobody would have me in that capacity I would like to be a goose-girl, and sit in the greenest of fields minding those delightfully plump, placid geese, whiter and more leisurely than the clouds on a calm summer morning, their very waddle in its lazy deliberation soothing and salutary to a fretted spirit that has been too long on the stretch.
93. God's eye beheld it! The angels were forever pointing at it! The Devil knew it well, and fretted it continually with the touch of his burning finger! But he hid it cunningly from men, and walked among you with the mien of a spirit, mournful, because so pure in a sinful world!—and sad, because he missed his heavenly kindred! Now, at the death-hour, he stands up before you! He bids you look again at Hester's scarlet letter! He tells you, that, with all its mysterious horror, it is but the shadow of what he bears on his own breast, and that even this, his own red stigma, is no more than the type of what has seared his inmost heart! Stand any here that question God's judgment on a sinner? Behold! Behold a dreadful witness of it!.
94. Like many another Sea-struck Lad, bound to a Home he hated, a Father he fretted o’er, a Mother to make him mutter under his Breath, I read Dampier’s New Voyage Round the World an’ dreamt o’ driftin’ from a Jamaican Plantation to Campeachy, o’er the Isthmus with Buccaneers, back to Virginia, ’round Cape Horn, across the Pacific to the Philippines, an’ thence to the East Indies, Land o’ incredible Riches, Jewels, an’ Spices, an’ strange slant-eyed brown-skinn’d Boys in Turbans an’ with bare Breasts (for e’en then, at the tender Age o’ Thirteen, I had forsworn all Womankind, havin’ been cruelly spurn’d by me first True Love in Oxfordshire! An’ lucky ’twas, too, fer a Boy bound to Sea fer seven Years!).
95. Heads of social organizations, institutions, the concept of a Supreme head-being: God, the making of bread by cutting off the heads of grain, the head of a bed, the head of a burning cigar or cigarette: knocked of as ashes: getting ‘ahead’, the concept of progress as the most important thing in life, competition: getting ahead of your competition, the concept of competitive elimination: ‘heads will fall’, ‘if you are not up to snuff’, snuff: sneezing your head off by taking a pinch of snuff to clear your head, giving ‘head’ sexually, warheads, bombs, firearms, bullets, artillery: any weapon that shoots something: slingshots, arrows, spears, rocks, the heading of a page, a header in grammar, the heading on a page, the heading on a sentence, the heading on a paragraph, somersaults, head-over-heels, crowns, the crowns of Corinthian pillars, pillars do not have heads: all pillars are decapitated, all segments of pillars: all decapitated columns, the idea of decapitating pillars of the community, the idea of dethroning kings, the eating of fruit like grapes, apples, etc; all edible things like coconuts, papaya,, unpeeling the head of a banana and eating it, all vegetables in the shape of a head like onions, cabbage, lettuce, the picking of leaves, the picking of fruits, the picking of beans: all drug foods the picking of spices: creating every single drug we call food, ice cream cones, all ice cream in the shape of a decapitated head, all food portions in the shape of a head, all toppings on all food, decapitated flowers, the Rose Parade: hundreds of millions of decapitated heads of flowers, all fire with flames that are decapitated, all fireworks, the crushing of spices, the picking of decapitated heads like mushrooms, eating nuts, cracking their shell, eggs, corks and bungs used to seal barrels and bottles, the tops of bottles, the sealing and taking off the tops of bottles, jars; all tools that have a head, the head of a hammer, nails, the head of a nail, pounding the head of a nail, the cutting off of the heads of large trees before decapitating them, cutting off the heads of animals to kill them and eat them, all mathematics: the counting of heads, or I’s and adding them up, the using of tools to create decapitated segments, all sports, all balls used in sports, the hitting of all balls, ping-pong, badminton, bowling, bowling pins: the decapitation of bowling pins by a bowling ball, kingpins, kings, jewelry, stickpins with diamond heads on them, canes, walking sticks with metal heads, staffs, any artifact denoting being the head of something, scepters, globes, flyswatters, turbans, musical instruments that blare out sound: decapitating it; using holes in wood and brass instruments to decapitate the natural sound into a shorter wavelength, all fretted and unfretted musical instruments, pressing on a fret to make the note shorter, like a violin or guitar, drums, drumsticks, cymbals, the heads of shoelaces, the detached mentality called the ego: decapitated and disconnected from all the other needs and energy flows of a human being, the concept of life after death as a detached form of spirit, the structure of all hierarchy, all capitalist companies and corporate bodies being ruled and controlled by detached heads of business, the capitalization of letters at the head of a word or sentence or paragraph: especially in ancient sacred Christian texts: where the first capital letter is huge, the eating of fish by decapitating them first, the use of all drugs, narcotics wine, coffee, pills: to create a disconnection between the brain and the rest of the human being, the concept of anesthesia, using drugs to numb the brain or prevent it from feeling the body’s pain, all cultures that value stoicism, macho pigs who cannot love, the concept of the hero as a stone face refusing to face the truth, refusing to feel love, refusing to feel any emotion whatsoever, refusing to cry, the stone carvings of all the ancient Kings, the decapitated carvings of all Kings on coins, the insane idea of all kings ruling by only using their decapitated heads as decapitated coins to spread their authority, all stone busts, plaster busts, the stone faces of all heroes in modern media who refuse to feel human emotion, ping-pong, the computer game: pong, King Kong: the King cut off from State: King Kong falling off the Empire State building: all the video games that are based upon decapitated heads decapitating other heads, which are all based on the old arcade pinball machines that shot decapitated heads that bounced around scoring points hitting and scoring on as many stationary targets of decapitated heads as possible, the decapitation of hair… haircuts, shaving daily, cutting your nails, the idea of assassination as a political tool, the concept of character assassination used in all human societies to cut off people who are thought too uppity or stick out too much, and do not conform… the detached form of observation that only use instruments for the eye: microscopes, telescopes, star-gazing, stamp collecting, the collections of anything from bric-a-brac to gold coins, portraits, still pictures of decapitated heads, cameos, brooches, belt buckles, shoe buckles, still photographs of decapitated heads, talking heads, heads on celluloid talking, heads on screens, moving pictures of talking heads, the idea of a leader as a talking head, all pictures on money of decapitated heads, mouthpieces, microphones, the idea of one person speaking for another, speechwriters, lawyers, politicians, amplified music coming out of a loudspeaker, amplifiers of singing-talking heads, the idea of doing nothing but talking as being the only form of social activity allowed in polite societies, the heads of shoelaces, all knots, topknots, tying hair into knots, the idea of cutting up sounds into words, into letters, into decapitated abstract symbols of meaning separated from thee body of the meaning by segmentation, all segmented forms of tool-use, all tools that segment things into decapitated heads, all decapitated forms of awareness-thinking-feeling, all forms of specialization, all segmented ways of living-doing-seeing, decapitating the natural order of things into decapitated insane pieces: decapitating a family into age groups, decapitating a community into alienated isolated individuals, all mass butchery of living animals by cutting off their heads, morse code, ticker tape, all digitalization of signals into meaningless decapitated codes, the invention of the glass tube: the first decapitated head that could mechanically receive and send energy through nerves called wires, the invention of the transistor: the first sold decapitated head that could send and receive signals, the invention of microchips: tiny decapitated heads with their own tiny brain circuits that could perform more complicated functions than the first huge glass-blown giants called vacuum tubes: because there was nothing inside them, all glass blowing, blowing up molten glass with hot air and then decapitating it to make a glass vase or bottle, all containers from bottles, jars, gourds, ladles, to pitchers and teapots with decapitated lids, all containers, chests, holding treasure, wealth, valuables, all spices and decapitated herbs, all furniture made from decapitating trees, all houses made into decapitated heads where the people living inside them only use their heads and not their hearts or bodies, the steam engine: decapitating steam to explode out in puffs of decapitated destroyed power, all wheels, all round wheels used in machines, all watches, with dials pointing at the decapitated numbers of a disconnected circle, the decapitation of all circles into wedges, pie slices, the invention of the wedge, the invention of the axe as a metal decapitated head to stick on a wooden decapitated piece of branch, all idols, all icons, all figureheads, all abstract symbols representing the head, the pinnacle, the top, the apex, the height of anything, all hierarchical awareness and structures that deem the head as the most valuable, the best, the most noble, etc; Jack-in the Box, all boxes, everything that is put into a box or container, FedEx: the obsession of transporting boxes and parcels, the song; ‘Pop goes the Weasel’, all mass-produced goods that are boxed and shipped, the detachment of specialized labor and work, the creation of holes, digging, all mining, piston heads, engine heads, everything that is called the ‘head’ of something, the froth on the top of a glass of beer,: to be blown away, the use of all zeros and ones: as in Japanese Zeros decapitating American ships, zeros and ones being created and then decapitated inside computers, the use of all zeros and ones in mathematics, scalping, the taking of heads, the shrinking of heads: which the computer microchip is the latest evolution of, ….
96. All these hearts as of fretted children shall be sooth'd,.
1. She frets about.
2. She frets over a zit.
3. Now he sits and he frets.
4. You experiment with your fingers on the frets.
5. The foolishness of man perverts his way, and his heart frets against the.
6. My mother frets and frets there in Goaves, lest I go mad and run to her.
7. I found her sitting on an old canopy bed, looking down at her fingers on the frets of a green electric guitar.
8. He began the guitar solo and closed his eyes as his fingers ran up and down the frets as though they were possessed.
9. This is not one of those holiday resolutions, which frets and fumes its hour upon the stage and is forgotten forever.
10. Poor dear, I've no doubt it frets her to be kept in the dark, and it may make her doubly anxious about me and the others.
11. All stringed instruments with frets use metal bars as buffers to separate one particular wavelength from the rest of the wavelengths on the string.
12. Morel it was one of those still moments when the small frets vanish, and the beauty of things stands out, and she had the peace and the strength to see herself.
13. It was tuned to the D scale, which is a nice way to start learning the guitar because no matter how you move your fingers along the frets while strumming you never get a clashing chord.
14. The death of himself is now recognize, he has ceased from all his labors, there is no more strife within him, an empty vessel, the things he knew in life, the knowledge, the worrying, the fears and frets, and so on are now left far behind him.
15. That Babylonian influence was not active, is seen by the utter absence of any geometrical ornament; neither rosettes or stars, frets or circles, nor any other such elements are seen, and perhaps no such large piece of work exists so clear of all but natural forms.
16. The pettishness that might be caressed into fondness, had yielded to a listless apathy; there was less of the peevish temper of a child which frets and teases on purpose to be soothed, and more of the self-absorbed moroseness of a confirmed invalid, repelling consolation, and ready to regard the good-humoured mirth of others as an insult.
17. The first time I heard Terry’s rendering of Macbeth’s misery, cynicism and poignant insight into the folly of life… and all our yesterdays have lighted fools the way to dusty deaths…life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage and then is heard no more; it is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing! it moved me to tears.
18. When eleven o'clock came, Don Quixote found a guitar in his chamber; he tried it, opened the window, and perceived that some persons were walking in the garden; and having passed his fingers over the frets of the guitar and tuned it as well as he could, he spat and cleared his chest, and then with a voice a little hoarse but full-toned, he sang the following ballad, which he had himself that day composed:.

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