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Profligate dans une phrase (en anglais)

1. His intimacy with profligate women, and his.
2. This is how things are done, though, you profligate man!.
3. A footman, about 28, handsome, profligate, envious, and insolent.
4. She is of the Old Faith, while in her eyes he is a godless profligate.
5. They are brainwashed into becoming spoiled, profligate, wasteful, and irresponsible.
6. All this was a complete surprise to the old profligate, who had dropped all family ties.
7. That’s very profligate of you, I murmur, bewildered by the choice, though I am hungry.
8. I will tell Missy the truth—that I am a profligate and cannot marry her; that I have trifled with her.
9. She was a sensible woman and so she could not help looking upon me as a dissolute profligate incapable of real love.
10. You are lying, you miserable, profligate, perverted, little aristocrat! I don't believe you, you've the appetite of a wolf!.
11. It was a grave processional, much like a funeral march in the hallowed grounds of a cemetery, marked by the profligate black and 153.
12. These were the very words of the old profligate, who felt already that his death was not far off and who actually died five months later.
13. But instead of their forming a permanent union, of the kind his mother dreamed about, both used it to embark on a profligate way of life.
14. He would ever uphold the militia; and he detested standing armies, as the profligate instruments of despotism, as the bloodhounds of hell.
15. The figure of the young officer, frivolous and profligate, doing homage to true nobility and a lofty ideal, was shown in a very sympathetic light before us.
16. The specifics of his warning signals, including flamboyant headquarters and profligate top management, may now seem dated, but the underlying principles are still sound.
17. His relations had even advertised in the papers that they would not be responsible for his debts, but he still continued his profligate manner of life, borrowing money at ten per cent.
18. Yet at the same time everyone sees all round him the division of men into two castes—the one, laboring, oppressed, poor, and suffering, the other idle, oppressing, luxurious, and profligate.
19. So here you have this man, this father who reproaches his profligate son! Gentlemen, forgive my anger, but I foresaw that this crafty old man would only bring you together to create a scandal.
20. No doubt it is a pleasure for a worn-out profligate to describe such adventures with a monstrous project of the same sort in his mind--especially under such circumstances and to such a man as me.
21. No doubt it is a pleasure for a worn‐out profligate to describe such adventures with a monstrous project of the same sort in his mind— especially under such circumstances and to such a man as me.
22. In the central portion of the canvas, where the marble pillars of the porch fall off in perspective, the Profligate stands holding up a golden cup in his right hand, as in the act of proposing a toast.
23. It was a thousand pities a young fellow, blessed with an allowance of brains as his neighbour obviously was, should waste his valuable time with profligate women who might present him with a nice dose to last him his lifetime.
24. How have you used it? What have you done for your neighbor? Have you ever thought of your tens of thousands of slaves? Have you helped them physically and morally? No! You have profited by their toil to lead a profligate life.
25. But white people turned out to be profligate with their pity, too; as early as middle school, other kids had started looking at her with that expression that said, Vietnam … Yikes! And so, on the first day of sixth grade, when Mr.
26. I thought, he said, in a soft and, as it were, controlled voice, that I was coming to my native place with the angel of my heart, my betrothed, to cherish his old age, and I find nothing but a depraved profligate, a despicable clown!.
27. He was profligate with time and energy, but his precious tools and ute? I hid my jealousy but after an hour of feeling increasingly unimportant and increasingly irritated for feeling like that, I stood up and said I had to go, expecting to be pressed to stay.
28. He has a mobile but doesn’t tend to give the number out to all and sundry, preferring to keep a bit of freedom from the perpetual messages that so many of his colleagues have to field as a result of being more profligate with their own mobile telephone numbers.
29. War, on the smallest scale, is not without its horrors; and even in this byeplace of the earth, many a suffering female and helpless orphan live to call down the vengeance of heaven upon the heads of profligate statesmen who involve nations in useless and unnecessary wars.
30. Indeed, you cannot imagine the state of that profligate and the anguish and hardship he feels, or conceive the distress of the prisoners and their suffering in their prison, for the status of those sinners who are confined to their deeds is severer and harder than one can think.
31. No matter what moneys may have been expended in his education, or how great has been parental exertion to advance the future prospects of the child, any recruiting officer, or even a common soldier, profligate in his principles, and inured to vicious habits, is by this bill encouraged to seduce him from his duty.
32. It was the same impetuous Katya who had thrown herself on the mercy of a young profligate to save her father; the same Katya who had just before, in her pride and chastity, sacrificed herself and her maidenly modesty before all these people, telling of Mitya's generous conduct, in the hope of softening his fate a little.
33. It is to conquer the sovereignty of the soil, to raze the British power, to reach, by such means, her profligate and unjust ministry, that war is waged at all—the unarmed will never fall on American bayonets; it is not against the people of either Canada or Great Britain, but against the English subject in arms, that the war is directed.
34. I was, therefore, but ill prepared for the worrying argument with which Mr Hickery seized upon the scheme, asserting and maintaining, among other apparatus-like reasoning, that in such a northern climate as that of Scotland, and where the twilight was of such long duration, it would be a profligate waste of the public money to employ it on any thing so little required as lamps were in our streets.
35. If the landlords should, the greater part of them, be tempted to farm the whole of their own lands, the country (instead of sober and industrious tenants, who are bound by their own interest to cultivate as well as their capital and skill will allow them) would be filled with idle and profligate bailiffs, whose abusive management would soon degrade the cultivation, and reduce the annual produce of the land, to the diminution, not only of the revenue of their masters, but of the most important part of that of the whole society.
36. Officially, at large gatherings, everyone said that Countess Bezukhova had died of a terrible attack of angina pectoris, but in intimate circles details were mentioned of how the private physician of the Queen of Spain had prescribed small doses of a certain drug to produce a certain effect; but Helene, tortured by the fact that the old count suspected her and that her husband to whom she had written (that wretched, profligate Pierre) had not replied, had suddenly taken a very large dose of the drug, and had died in agony before assistance could be rendered her.
37. Officially, at large gatherings, everyone said that Countess Bezúkhova had died of a terrible attack of angina pectoris, but in intimate circles details were mentioned of how the private physician of the Queen of Spain had prescribed small doses of a certain drug to produce a certain effect; but Hélène, tortured by the fact that the old count suspected her and that her husband to whom she had written (that wretched, profligate Pierre) had not replied, had suddenly taken a very large dose of the drug, and had died in agony before assistance could be rendered her.
38. If you build a space shuttle, where does the plastic come from? The metal? What chemicals were used and how many man-hours did it eat up? What is the cost of pollution in manufacturing all of these expensive chemicals, fuels, etc…? How much wealth and human lives were wasted on it? How many years of research? How many billions of dollars? Will that space shuttle make any human find true happiness? Love? Peace? Meaning? Usefulness? Except as a tool-slave? Viewed from this perspective; over-intensive tool-use is the blindest, most wasteful, most profligate use of human life possible.
39. Is the American nation ready to bow the neck? Are we ready to submit to be taxed by Great Britain and France, as if we were their colonies? Where is that spirit which for this reason separated us from the nations of Europe? Where is that spirit which enforced a simple resolution of the old Congress, not then binding upon the people, as a law from Heaven? Is it extinct? Is it lost to this nation? Has the love of gain superseded every other motive in the breasts of Americans? Shall the majority govern, or shall a few wicked and abandoned men drive this nation from the ground it has taken? Is it come to this, that a law constitutionally enacted, even after a formal decision in favor of its constitutionality, cannot be enforced? Shall the nation give way to an opposition of a few, and those the most profligate part of the community? I think the stand we took last year was a proper one; and I am for taking every measure for enabling the nation to maintain it.

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