enliven sätze

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Enliven sätze (in englisch)

  1. The imagination to enliven.
  2. Your presence will enliven many a cold night around the camp fire.
  3. Our support in words and deeds enliven those who carry on in that attitude.
  4. That is to enliven others of the reality of the worth of the divinity in us.
  5. The guests welcomed Pierre because he always helped to enliven and unite any company.

  6. Grant would enliven us, and make our evenings pass away with more enjoyment even to my father.
  7. The guests welcomed Pierre because he always helped to enliven and unite any company he was in.
  8. For that reason, we should watch, strengthen the near-death buds, and enliven that fruit as testimony to the life within.
  9. For its part, San Juan’s cathedral, which dates to 1540 and attracts many sightseers, did not enliven much Roger’s interest.
  10. Therefore, we need to watch, and simultaneously strengthen what is near death, to enliven others to the reality of the divine presence.
  11. Therefore, we need to watch, and simultaneously strengthen what is near death, to enliven others about the reality of divine inner health.
  12. The conversation was halting and constrained, in spite of Ustenka's and Beletski's free and easy manner and their wish to enliven the company.
  13. For that reason, watch, and simultaneously bring peace to what is near death, to enliven others about the reality of the spirit‘s inner tranquility.
  14. Evidently Speranski liked to rest after his labors and find amusement in a circle of friends, and his guests, understanding his wish, tried to enliven him and amuse themselves.
  15. Evidently Speránski liked to rest after his labors and find amusement in a circle of friends, and his guests, understanding his wish, tried to enliven him and amuse themselves.

  16. Therefore, we need to watch, and simultaneously strengthen the self-expression that is near death, to enliven others to realize the divine communicator within himself or herself.
  17. If ever I permit you to chronicle any more of my little problems, Watson, I foresee that you will enliven your pages by an account of the singular adventure of the Napoleonic busts.
  18. I want patience, said he, with those who, without wit to enliven or learning to instruct, revile an ennobling profession which, saving the reverence due to the Deity, is the greatest power for happiness upon the earth.
  19. The cavaliers in livery careered before him again as though it were for him alone, and not to enliven the festival of the day, that they wore it, and Sancho was in high delight, for it seemed to him that, how he knew not, he had fallen upon another Camacho's wedding, another house like Don Diego de Miranda's, another castle like the duke's.
  20. Tom repeated his resolution of going to him early on the morrow; and though Julia, who had scarcely opened her lips before, observed, in a sarcastic manner, and with a glance first at Maria and then at Edmund, that "the Mansfield theatricals would enliven the whole neighbourhood exceedingly," Edmund still held his peace, and shewed his feelings only by a determined gravity.
  21. So, they tried to enliven their life by seeking pleasures as their fancies suggested, but as the novelty of those diversions wore off, their cumulative exasperation increased reducing the span of their thrill; and back to square one, they realized that they had lost the capacity to enthuse each other, so bored to death but committed to each other, they dragged their feet on their drab marital course.
  22. The teacher should see to it that all the children take part in the work, by having somebody's question answered or repeated, now by one, now by another, and now by the whole class at once, but especially by rousing the indifferent, inattentive, and playful children: the first he must enliven by frequent questions, the second he must cause to concentrate themselves on the subject of the common work, and the third he must curb.
  1. But what was new and was enlivening the French read-.
  2. Enlivening scenes constantly visible from the windows--'.
  3. All things shone softly in the sun, which was wonderfully warm and enlivening.
  4. But to enter a playhouse and watch a couple of murders for no other reason than that the murderer was a madman, is not enlivening.
  5. Sandhya couldn’t contain her joy that Roopa was so joyous, and thanked Raja Rao for enlivening her friend’s mood with his charm and wit.
  1. He enlivened the whole party.
  2. Table conversation was enlivened with mirth.
  3. This new influence enlivened the conversation.
  4. He was hoping for no survivors but he felt enlivened.
  5. The party went on till the early hours of the morning, enlivened by a.
  6. The lil bomber was enlivened to see his date still sitting patiently on the.
  7. There as yonder, myriads of birds enlivened this part of the polar continent.
  8. Blue eyes, surmounting a thin nose and thin lips, enlivened a round, pale face.
  9. Then Anand’s arrival for higher studies enlivened our lives even more, he continued.
  10. Beneath the undulations of the billows, the windows were enlivened by the blushing of the rising sun.
  11. Brightly cushioned couches, low wooden tables and oriental rugs dotted the floor; paintings enlivened the walls.
  12. The thought that her dear ones were savoring her every step enhanced her grace and enlivened her vigor in her smart gait.
  13. Indeed they felt revived and enlivened by this quirky behavior and liveliness, and even gave out a hearty chuckle at his antics.
  14. Indeed they felt revived and enlivened by this quirky behaviour and liveliness, and even gave out a hearty chuckle at his antics.
  15. He'd found that even the most tedious tasks could be enlivened by a lack of clothes - a maintenance report for the local office in.
  16. Nikita, haven't we any of that red Kavkas wine [Footnote: Chikir] left? I asked, very much enlivened by Guskof's conversational talent.
  17. Lucy came with me, and, enlivened by her charming presence, I made an excellent meal, and had a couple of glasses of the more than excellent port.
  18. After crossing a pretty lush prairie, we arrived on the outskirts of a small wood, enlivened by the singing and soaring of a large number of birds.
  19. The Spirit ( without the adjective "holy") is also used as the creative spirit from God by which God enlivened Adam, and inspired the angels and the prophets.
  20. Harlow and Easton enlivened the journey by coughing significantly whenever they met a young woman, and audibly making some complimentary remark about her personal appearance.
  21. The feeling that he would sacrifice his life for her, that he would try to be superhuman just for her, be enlivened when he was with her, he wanted all of that not just the friendship.
  22. When a ray of sunlight enlivened the courtyard, when a glass of wine cheered up the porter, it was difficult to pass Number 62 Little Picpus Street without carrying away a smiling impression of it.
  23. In April the troops were enlivened by news of the Emperor’s arrival, but Rostov had no chance of being present at the review he held at Bartenstein, as the Pavlograds were at the outposts far beyond that place.
  24. In April the troops were enlivened by news of the Emperor’s arrival, but Rostóv had no chance of being present at the review he held at Bartenstein, as the Pávlograds were at the outposts far beyond that place.
  25. For they are only being driven from promontory to cape; and if one coast is no longer enlivened with their jets, then, be sure, some other and remoter strand has been very recently startled by the unfamiliar spectacle.
  26. While mothers and elderly people had to cope with lifts that kept breaking down, young people on these soulless estates turned to drugs and crime, enlivened by the occasional riot, adding a sense of violent menace to the already bleak atmosphere.
  27. He could see them as they were at this very moment, the wife probably just beginning to prepare the evening meal, and the children setting the cups and saucers and other things on the kitchen table - a noisy work, enlivened with many a frolic and childish dispute.
  28. Besides the admiring looks of the males around, and the eagerness of the females to befriend her, enlivened her mood, Roopa didn’t fail to discern the amorous glances of men who loitered around her, though the not so forthright appeared casual, camouflaging their craving.
  29. Some people maintained that he was a mysterious person, and that no one ever entered his chamber, which was a regular anchorite's cell, furnished with winged hour-glasses and enlivened by cross-bones and skulls of dead men! This was much talked of, so that one of the elegant and malicious young women of M.
  30. True, having had her nap, and had her tea, and eaten all the quite good buttered toast the Blue Dog succeeded, most days, in producing, she was now in a different mood; for the tea, very black and strong, invariably enlivened her, and buttered toast had a lubricating effect on the joints of her mind, reducing her inner friction.
  31. The masses—that is to say, the majority of mankind, who suffer and toil, their lives dull and uninteresting, never enlivened by a ray of brightness, enduring numberless privations—are those who recognize most clearly the sharp contrasts between what is and what ought to be, between the professions of mankind and their actions.
  32. She had not been present while her uncle was throwing out his pleasant suggestions as to the mode in which life at Lowick might be enlivened, but she was usually by her husband's side, and the unaffected signs of intense anxiety in her face and voice about whatever touched his mind or health, made a drama which Lydgate was inclined to watch.
  33. He saluted me with great gallantry, and handed me into the drawing room, the floor of which was overspread with a Turkey carpet, and all its furniture voluptuously adapted to every demand of the most studied luxury; now too it was, by means of a profuse illumination, enlivened by a light scarce inferior, and perhaps more favourable to joy, more tenderly pleasing, than that of broad sunshine.
  34. The stories give a very convincing series of pictures of municipal and State politics; the incidents are all of them more or less familiar, but they are all of them extremely interesting, and the narrative is considerably enlivened by the introduction into it of a rather original character for a State legislature, Azro Craig, a man who is not only scrupulously honest, but has not the slightest hesitation in voting and speaking as he thinks.
  35. The senor governor got up, and by Doctor Pedro Recio's directions they made him break his fast on a little conserve and four sups of cold water, which Sancho would have readily exchanged for a piece of bread and a bunch of grapes; but seeing there was no help for it, he submitted with no little sorrow of heart and discomfort of stomach; Pedro Recio having persuaded him that light and delicate diet enlivened the wits, and that was what was most essential for persons placed in command and in.
  36. Cole, by the way, could not have given me a greater mark of her regard than in managing for me the choice of this young gentleman for my master of the ceremonies: for, independent of his noble birth and the great fortune he was heir to, his person was even uncommonly pleasing, well shaped and tall; his face marked with the small-pox, but no more than what added a grace of more manliness to features rather turned to softness and delicacy, was marvellously enlivened by eyes which were of the clearest sparkling black; in short he was one whom any woman would, in the familiar style, ready call a very pretty fellow.
  37. But Pip loved life, and all life's peaceable securities; so that the panic-striking business in which he had somehow unaccountably become entrapped, had most sadly blurred his brightness; though, as ere long will be seen, what was thus temporarily subdued in him, in the end was destined to be luridly illumined by strange wild fires, that fictitiously showed him off to ten times the natural lustre with which in his native Tolland County in Connecticut, he had once enlivened many a fiddler's frolic on the green; and at melodious even-tide, with his gay ha-ha! had turned the round horizon into one star-belled tambourine.
  38. To this I would reply that the same end would be, beyond all comparison, better attained by means of good plays than by those that are not so; for after listening to an artistic and properly constructed play, the hearer will come away enlivened by the jests, instructed by the serious parts, full of admiration at the incidents, his wits sharpened by the arguments, warned by the tricks, all the wiser for the examples, inflamed against vice, and in love with virtue; for in all these ways a good play will stimulate the mind of the hearer be he ever so boorish or dull; and of all impossibilities the greatest is that a play endowed with all these qualities will not entertain, satisfy, and please much more than one wanting in them, like the greater number of those which are commonly acted now-a-days.
  1. Water enlivens what appears dead.
  2. Haven't I told you that? It's the fleshly shell I detest, the evil blood that enlivens it, the appetite that drives it, and the consuming pride that motivated it to take my niece.
  3. It is the Holy Spirit, ever the same, that enriches, renews and enlivens the experiences of the saints throughout the ages, and informs the faithful that they are indeed in Christ and Christ is in them.
  4. These four legends express the four stages descended by the drunkard; the first, intoxication, which enlivens; the second, that which irritates; the third, that which dulls; and the fourth, that which brutalizes.
  5. Enlivens his fatherland as I, of my fondled Ponferrada,.

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