It is the doubling of the heart itself, nay, the infinite enlargement of the heart with a power of growth
to a new infinity on every side.
It was morbid, and, to her alarm, Margaret fancied that she could trace the growth
of morbidity back in Helen's life for nearly four years.
He entered the neglected yard(now wilder than ever, with its growth
of hog-weed and burdock), stationed himself on the doorstep of the main entrance, and, opening his show-box, began to play.
The livelong day he sat in his loom, his ear filled with its monotony, his eyes bent close down on the slow growth
of sameness in the brownish web, his muscles moving with such even repetition that their pause seemed almost as much a constraint as the holding of his breath.
However, there was still a quiet and natural growth
The objectionable characteristics seem to be a parasitical growth
, having no essential connection with the original fable.
He is the man who watches the growth
of the cable - a sailor's phrase which has all the force, precision, and imagery of technical language that, created by simple men with keen eyes for the real aspect of the things they see in their trade, achieves the just expression seizing upon the essential, which is the ambition of the artist in words.
of higher feeling within us is like the growth
of faculty, bringing with it a sense of added strength.
They have at least twenty different terms to express as many progressive stages in the growth
of the nut.
The difficulty now was to find timber of sufficient size for the construction of canoes, the trees in these high mountain regions being chiefly a scrubbed growth
of pines and cedars, aspens, haws, and service-berries, and a small kind of cotton-tree, with a leaf resembling that of the willow.
In the vast desolation of such a place as complied with the necessary conditions, there must have been such profusion of natural growth
as would bar the progress of men formed as we are.
It also prevents the bodies of men from acquiring their full size if they marry before their growth
is completed; for this is the determinate period, which prevents any further increase; for which reason the proper time for a woman to marry is eighteen, for a man thirty-seven, a little more or less; for when they marry at that time their bodies are in perfection, and they will also cease to have children at a proper time; and moreover with respect to the succession of the children, if they have them at the time which may reasonably be expected, they will be just arriving into perfection when their parents are sinking down under the load of seventy years.
We will do as Despreaux did, - we will enter the park, the trees of which are of eight years' growth
only - that is to say, in their present position - and whose summits even yet, as they proudly tower aloft, blushingly unfold their leaves to the earliest rays of the rising sun.