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Indulgent numa frase em (in ingles)

1. Hell, with indulgent acts that.
2. It was of course self indulgent.
3. Yet he was usually indulgent to them.
4. She favored him with an indulgent smile.
5. He was indulgent towards God's creation.
6. To her she was most injudiciously indulgent.
7. I see him as a kind, loving, indulgent Father.

8. Dad is always a proponent of a good indulgent sulk.
9. He would have been ashamed of being as indulgent to himself, as he was.
10. Her eyes glimmered in the night, fixing me with indulgent amusement, but I.
11. He was one of those rare men who are rigid to themselves and indulgent to others.
12. He did not know whether to be amused or angry that she had been indulgent to Merthin.
13. In the course of these trips he was kind and indulgent, and talked rather than preached.
14. He was indulgent towards women and poor people, on whom the burden of human society rest.
15. After the indulgent three course meal, a couple of hours flew by during pleasant chit chat.
16. He smoked his pipe with an indulgent air, unable, however, to prevent himself from grumbling.
17. And the Fire Balloons, lit by an indulgent grandfather, steadied in his massively tender hands.
18. Isobel warn’d me not to go—tho’ the new and mellow Lancelot was e’er indulgent with my Fancies.
19. But for this prince he was an inferior, and his contemptuous and indulgent attitude to him revolted him.
20. The old feeling of indulgent tenderness overcame her vexation, and she grew thoroughly moved and alarmed.
21. There is an unbridgeable moat of disposable possessions growing between the indulgent and indigent classes.
22. To the world and to his servants Danglars assumed the character of the good-natured man and the indulgent father.
23. I shall never marry again, said Dorothea, touching her sister's chin, and looking at her with indulgent affection.
24. We could see how this wrung his heart and think he must be a most indulgent—in fact, a far too indulgent husband.
25. Lydgate's anger rose: he was prepared to be indulgent towards feminine weakness, but not towards feminine dictation.
26. In this way, the indulgent listeners were always left with the feeling of having been listening to a great soprano.
27. Mothers were indulgent and loitered in groups nearby, chatting and laughing and flirting with the men working nearby.
28. Just by bringing you here and telling you about this I am risking my career, so please be indulgent and bear with me.
29. Whence comes this almost superstitious horror for the latter, when one is only indifferent and indulgent to the former?
30. She treated her therefore, with all the indulgent fondness of a parent towards a favourite child on the last day of its holidays.
31. So I was compelled to listen; and, being in an indulgent mood, I did not spoil his pleasure by letting him see or suspect my unbelief.
32. On the other hand, she was disproportionately indulgent towards the failings of men, and was often heard to say that these were natural.
33. She wanted to cry in his arms and say that she, too, had been overly proud of the child’s horsemanship, overly indulgent to her wheedlings.
34. Knowing that you can save up any indulgent foods for cheat day becomes a built-in reward for following your plan the previous five days.
35. France, however, is certainly the great empire in Europe, which, after that of Great Britain, enjoys the mildest and most indulgent government.
36. Anne, walking home from Redmond a few days after her return, became aware that the people that she met surveyed her with a covert, indulgent smile.
37. He declared that the heavenly Father is not a lax, loose, or foolishly indulgent parent who is ever ready to condone sin and forgive recklessness.
38. So I sought out a school conducted on a more indulgent system, and near enough to permit of my visiting her often, and bringing her home sometimes.
39. And he observed that behind the indulgent smile, there was a part of Bruno, too, holding back, as someone once burned will keep his distance from flame.
40. The counsel for the plaintiff opened the cause, by observing, that his client had ever been an indulgent husband, and had borne with several defects of.
41. He added, Couldn’t do it now, almost sotto voce, and with a practiced self-deprecation that drew indulgent laughter from the courtiers and guests.
42. This is the pornography of the wealthy: making us slaves to the golden trickle down, believing their indulgent excesses sate our appetite for gold-leafed shit.
43. He was equable and not cringing with his superiors, was free and ingratiating in his behavior with his equals, and was contemptuously indulgent with his inferiors.
44. At last he smiled, a sort of indulgent smile, and without answering a word went quietly up to his mother, took her hand, raised it respectfully to his lips and kissed it.
45. Not that I think she and I would ever be intimate in the way I am sure Dolly and I would be after ten minutes together alone, but we might develop a mutually indulgent affection.
46. Her mother, her kind, indulgent mother, lent herself to the caprices of the child's love, and after the room was put in order, both went to sit with the unhappy youth and keep him company.
47. Going by the aforesaid, the Quran seems to be indulgent towards Muhammad, having all the while condemning the Christians for ascribing partners to Allah, as can be seen from the following!.
48. And after her very stupid and unpardonably open liaison on principle with Captain Lebyadkin, a notorious rogue, even the most indulgent of our ladies turned away from her with marked contempt.
49. Let us hasten to say that in private the genial side descended to the level of the other, so that generally the indulgent man disappeared to give place to the brutal husband and domineering father.
50. I’ve become a hedonist, sleeping ten hours at a time, taking long indulgent showers behind a locked bathroom door, making myself meals of meat and potatoes and more meat, which I’ve not had in months.
51. When she thought now about sharing her bed with Andrew West, Andrew of the poreless skin and hair-model hair, what she felt was more like this indulgent mother-love than like the hunger she wanted to feel.
52. When he had finished reading the letter, Rushton looked up, and, leaning comfortably back in his chair, he blew a cloud of smoke from his cigar, and said in an affable, indulgent tone, such as one might use to a child:.
53. Little by little Liza came also to the conclusion that his indulgent attitude to Prince Sergay was not due to sympathy for her, but was perhaps only because all were alike to him, and differences did not exist for him.
54. While the indulgent course, the favorable interpretation of the letter of Cadore of the 5th of August above mentioned, was adopted by the Cabinet towards France; was a similar temper and disposition manifested in relation to Great Britain?
55. Respect, an unutterable respect, penetrated you by degrees and mounted to your heart, and one felt that one had before him one of those strong, thoroughly tried, and indulgent souls where thought is so grand that it can no longer be anything but gentle.
56. The law was at that time so indulgent to the inhabitants of towns, and so desirous of diminishing the authority of the lords over those of the country, that if he could conceal himself there from the pursuit of his lord for a year, he was free for ever.
57. This acceptance transcends the moral perceptual judgement of good people and bad behavior, and its ethical condition of the deserving winner being rewarded with the benefits of the indulgent, while the equally deserving loser is punished with the imprisonment of poverty.
58. He was rather too indulgent in humouring her caprices; not from affection, but from pride: he wished earnestly to see her bring honour to the family by an alliance with the Lintons, and as long as she let him alone she might trample on us like slaves, for aught he cared!.
59. But what, above all other things, caused estrangement between us was that lack of understanding which expressed itself chiefly in the peculiar air of indulgent attention with which she would listen when any one was speaking to her concerning matters of which she had no knowledge.
60. She always flickered mentally, her thoughts just giving each subject a little lick and then blowing off it to something else, but in the afternoons and evenings the flickering was often beautiful, or at those warmer more indulgent hours it seemed so, and in the morning it was not.
61. She would ask him absent-mindedly whether he had been fortunate in play, and listen with indulgent attention, little nods of her head, and a faint smile upon her face as he told her of his doings at the club and begged her, for about the hundredth time, never to sit up for him again.
62. Beatrice, my adorable sister Beatrice, always with the biting and suspicious comments on her lips, often we got entangled in words, but our fights did not have tangible consequences that could muddy our relationship, but were remaining wrapped under the indulgent cloak of the anecdote.
63. And so if Israel is not holy, not teaching the difference between the sacred and profane, if they are indulgent in all the things of the world, and if they have promoted all the same mentalities and attitudes the rest of the nations promote and hold to, then all the nations will be vile.
64. Should your confessor be less indulgent to you in your dying moments than you found the Abbe Busoni, send for me, if I am still on earth, and I will soothe your ears with words that shall effectually calm and soothe your parting soul ere it goes forth to traverse the ocean called eternity.
65. What the undead did was: because Luther blocked the sale of religious indulgences, they orchestrated a deluge, a flood of the secular sale of indulgences and physical poisons instead of spiritual poisons: which were ten thousand times more indulgent than the indulgence of granting a forgiveness of sins.
66. The gentleman from Mississippi wishes us not to treat the Territories as children, whose wild extravagances may require correcting by the indulgent hand of their parents, but as the equals of the States, without any other reason than that which he states to be the situation of the people of his Territory.
67. She was a woman who spent her days in sitting, nicely dressed, on a sofa, doing some long piece of needlework, of little use and no beauty, thinking more of her pug than her children, but very indulgent to the latter when it did not put herself to inconvenience, guided in everything important by Sir Thomas, and in smaller concerns by her sister.
68. That Her Grace of Marlborough has a natural taste for splendid surroundings is shown by her fondness for big Blenheim and the marvelous luxury she has introduced into every part of that vast mansion; and when her indulgent father offered to buy for her a house in London, she imposed but two guiding conditions on his choice for her of a home in town.
69. If a war between America and France be the grand desideratum, something more must be done; an indulgent and conciliatory policy must be adopted, which will leave the Democrats without a pretext for hostilities; and Bonaparte, whose passions are too hot for delay, will probably compel this Government to decide which of the two great belligerents is to be its enemy.
70. Little Teddy bore a charmed life, for nothing ever happened to him, and Jo never felt any anxiety when he was whisked up into a tree by one lad, galloped off on the back of another, or supplied with sour russets by his indulgent papa, who labored under the Germanic delusion that babies could digest anything, from pickled cabbage to buttons, nails, and their own small shoes.
71. What services he would do for his country, how good he was at entertaining the fair sex, and above all, how progressive he was, how humanely ready he was to be indulgent to all, to the very lowest; and finally in conclusion to tell them frankly all the motives that had impelled him to turn up at Pseldonimov's uninvited, to drink two bottles of champagne and to make him happy with his presence.
72. I know this so well that I generally succeed in keeping quiet; but sometimes even now, after years of study in the art of holding my tongue, some stray fragment of what I feel does occasionally come out, and then I am at once pulled up and brought to my senses by the well-known cold stare of utter incomprehension, or the look of indulgent superiority that awaits any exposure of a feeling not in the least understood.
73. It is not, sir, my object to impeach the motives of the President in this ill-fated proceeding; I am to presume a love of country guided him; but it is impossible not to see in the measure a course indulgent to France, a construction upon the letter of the Duke de Cadore, of the 5th of August last, (touching the revocation of the decrees of Berlin and Milan,) the most favorable and advantageous to that country, and offensive to Great Britain.
74. How strange, how extraordinary, how joyful it seemed, that her son, the scarcely perceptible motion of whose tiny limbs she had felt twenty years ago within her, that son about whom she used to have quarrels with the too indulgent count, that son who had first learned to say ‘pear’ and then ‘granny,’ that this son should now be away in a foreign land amid strange surroundings, a manly warrior doing some kind of man’s work of his own, without help or guidance.
75. How strange, how extraordinary, how joyful it seemed, that her son, the scarcely perceptible motion of whose tiny limbs she had felt twenty years ago within her, that son about whom she used to have quarrels with the too indulgent count, that son who had first learned to say “pear” and then “granny,” that this son should now be away in a foreign land amid strange surroundings, a manly warrior doing some kind of man’s work of his own, without help or guidance.
76. He was rather too indulgent in humouring her caprices; not from affection, but from pride: he wished earnestly to see her bring honour to the family by an alliance with the Lintons, and as long as she let him alone she might trample on us like slaves, for aught he cared! Edgar Linton, as multitudes have been before and will be after him, was infatuated: and believed himself the happiest man alive on the day he led her to Gimmerton Chapel, three years subsequent to his father’s death.
77. His boyishness, his outbursts of light-hearted gaiety when with me, were gone; gone, too, was that indulgent indifference, against which I had so often risen in rebellion; nor had the penetrating look survived, which, in other days, had at once disturbed and delighted me; there were no more of the prayers, no more of the hours of exaltation which we had so loved to share, and indeed we saw each other only very rarely; he was constantly out, and I no longer dreaded remaining alone, no longer complained of it; I was perpetually engrossed, on my side, with the obligations of society, and never felt any need of him whatever.
78. But what eye-openers the end chapters of the Gita were to me; what a vile creature I was, I came to realize from these verses - Make all vile, rude guys all / Vainglorious ’n haughty too / Besides being indignant / No less are they indulgent; Gives as virtue man freedom / Keeps him vileness in bondage; Pride ’n lust, long wish list / Vile in conceit live impure; Seeing life as one to gloat / Vile by impulse go to lengths; Seek vile creatures ever shortcuts / On way to wants, they ill-get wealth; Think all vile, in like terms- / This is mine so let me keep / Why not have I more of it, Foe this mine I’ve truly floored / Won’t I tackle the rest of them / Sure I’m Lord of mine own world; Note all vile, gloat as such – / Besides wealthy, I’m well-born / Won’t I give and enjoy too, To their hurt in illusion vile / End up slaves of joys of flesh.

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