My dear," she said to her son, once more stimulating
him by a touch, "you promised me
Clacton put it, to think rightly; "generating and stimulating
," those were his words.
But he set about acting on his views in a thoroughly diplomatic manner, by stimulating
This perpetual suggestion of an absolute duality between his lower and higher moods, and the poetic work produced in them, stimulating
the reader to look below the immediate surface of his poetry, makes the study of Wordsworth an excellent exercise for the training of those mental powers in us, which partake both of thought and imagination.
Anne enjoyed it thoroughly in all its phases -- the stimulating
class rivalry, the making and deepening of new and helpful friendships, the gay little social stunts, the doings of the various societies of which she was a member, the widening of horizons and interests.
If it were less dangerous, it was also less stimulating
There is nothing very complex or stimulating
about the passion of war, when men kill one another unseen; where you feel the sting in your heart which comes from God knows where, and you crumple up, with never a chance to have a go at the chap who has potted you from the trenches, or behind a rock, a thousand yards off.
What nobler occupation can there be than that of stimulating
commerce, and aiding the mariner to steer safely into port?
As to the laughter," said Challenger, "you will bear in mind that, like yourselves, I have not been exempt from the stimulating
cerebral effects of the etheric poison.
At first, when in need of ready cash, he had followed Ferguson's example of working at day's labor; but he was not long in gravitating to a form of work that was more stimulating
and more satisfying, and that allowed him even more time for Dede and the ranch and the perpetual riding through the hills.
Their logomachy was far more stimulating
to his intellect than the reserved and quiet dogmatism of Mr.
It was very stimulating
, for she couldn't tolerate stupidity.