Too many EXTRANEOUS
heavy words and worths loadeth he upon himself--then seemeth life to him a desert!
Even between this couple there may be something which, though unknown to you, depends upon extraneous
Having a nervous system and brains he is the possessor of temperament, which is affected variously by extraneous
His mind appeared blank to the influence of all extraneous
He was acutely conscious of small extraneous
things, of the perfume of a great bowl of hyacinths, the ticking of a tiny French clock, the restless drumming of her finger tips upon the arm of her chair.
He offered her an extraneous
thing with which he could part without a pang, while she offered him herself, along with disgrace and shame, and sin, and all her hopes of heaven.
Gamfield did happen to labour under the slight imputation of having bruised three or four boys to death already, it occurred to him that the board had, perhaps, in some unaccountable freak, taken it into their heads that this extraneous
circumstance ought to influence their proceedings.
The jury said: "We do not consider any extraneous
issues related to the personal characters or actions of [nominees]."
IANS New Delhi The aerial strike on terror camps in Pakistans Balakot has nothing to do with politics, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has said and appealed the Congress not to lower the forces' morale for "extraneous
After T H Clements harvests and cleans its Brussels sprouts, mechanical graders remove sprouts that are smaller than 20 mm and larger than 40 mm as well as some foreign material and extraneous
Another point was whether subsequently extraneous
evidence could be used to determine loss of majority, and finally whether the chief minister's refusal to resign was still deemed to be vacating the position.