At a very early period she had apprehended
instinctively the dual life--that outward existence which conforms, the inward life which questions.
As if aware that no danger was to be apprehended
from the young soldier, the fugitive nearly brushed his person in his flight.
Pray excuse me; but supposing any little inconvenience may be apprehended
from the intimacy, it cannot be expected that Emma, accountable to nobody but her father, who perfectly approves the acquaintance, should put an end to it, so long as it is a source of pleasure to herself.
Is the danger you apprehended
last night gone by now, sir?
Empress of this fair World, resplendent EVE, Easie to mee it is to tell thee all What thou commandst, and right thou shouldst be obeyd: I was at first as other Beasts that graze The trodden Herb, of abject thoughts and low, As was my food, nor aught but food discern'd Or Sex, and apprehended
nothing high: Till on a day roaving the field, I chanc'd A goodly Tree farr distant to behold Loaden with fruit of fairest colours mixt, Ruddie and Gold: I nearer drew to gaze; When from the boughes a savorie odour blow'n, Grateful to appetite, more pleas'd my sense Then smell of sweetest Fenel, or the Teats Of Ewe or Goat dropping with Milk at Eevn, Unsuckt of Lamb or Kid, that tend thir play.
The attendants of the Abbot crossed themselves, with looks of pious horror, and the very heathen Saracens, as Isaac drew near them, curled up their whiskers with indignation, and laid their hands on their poniards, as if ready to rid themselves by the most desperate means from the apprehended
contamination of his nearer approach.
my breaking loose; that my diet would be very expensive, and might cause a famine.
This is not all the danger, for there is yet more to be apprehended
from the unwholesomeness of the air, and the vapours which arise from the scorched earth at the fall of the first showers, than from the torrents and rivers.
This must undoubtedly be submitted to the national government, and the matter would then be brought to this issue, that the national government, to provide against apprehended
danger, might in the first instance raise troops, and might afterwards keep them on foot as long as they supposed the peace or safety of the community was in any degree of jeopardy.
So far, therefore, as either designed or accidental violations of treaties and the laws of nations afford JUST causes of war, they are less to be apprehended
under one general government than under several lesser ones, and in that respect the former most favors the SAFETY of the people.
Out of this lifeless mass has already grown an excrescent power, which tends to realize all the dangers that can be apprehended
from a defective construction of the supreme government of the Union.
Thus, by knowledge we mean knowledge the knowable; by the knowable, that which is to be apprehended
by knowledge; by perception, perception of the perceptible; by the perceptible, that which is apprehended