There the French officers received them with open arms, and lavished upon
them all the resources of their hospitality.
I'm glad to see him, poor motherless thing!" And the loving attentions Aunt Polly lavished upon
him were the one thing capable of making him more uncomfortable than he was before.
Don Quixote now felt it right to quit a life of such idleness as he was leading in the castle; for he fancied that he was making himself sorely missed by suffering himself to remain shut up and inactive amid the countless luxuries and enjoyments his hosts lavished upon
him as a knight.
His name and nature endeared the Spanish name and nature to me, so that they were always my romance, and to this day I cannot meet a Spanish man without clothing him in something of the honor and worship I lavished upon
Cervantes when I was a child.
"Every vice, save one," Wingrave murmured, "Nature has lavished upon
We saw a manuscript of Virgil, with annotations in the handwriting of Petrarch, the gentleman who loved another man's Laura, and lavished upon
her all through life a love which was a clear waste of the raw material.
This lady was full of the praises of the head-tenor who had performed in a Wagner opera the night before, and went on to enlarge upon his old and prodigious fame, and how many honors had been lavished upon
him by the princely houses of Germany.
He told her how passionately he loved her, and reminded her of all the devotion he had lavished upon
For many years, the--a--I would say the flower of the bar, and the--a--I would presume to add, the matured autumnal fruits of the woolsack--have been lavished upon
Jarndyce and Jarndyce.
Her heart, bereft of its own, had gone out to this poor, little, nameless waif, and lavished upon
it all the love that had been denied her during the long, bitter weeks of her captivity aboard the Kincaid.
Dimly, in the back of her childish memory there lurked a blurred recollection of a gentle mother; but Meriem was not sure but that even this was but a dream picture induced by her own desire for the caresses she never received, but which she lavished upon
the much loved Geeka.
She died, sir, in spite of all the care lavished upon
her, and all that science could suggest was done for her in vain.
In short, they lavished upon
their unmoved captive a torrent of that vindictive abuse, in which the women of the savages are so well known to excel, but which has been too often described to need a repetition here.
He had sought to find something upon which to lavish such an affection as Teeka lavished upon
her balu, but a short experience of the little black boy had made it quite plain to the ape-man that no such sentiment could exist between them.
Achilles is savage and remorseless; he is cruel, and cares nothing for the love his comrades lavished upon
him more than on all the others.