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  • The active beggar! (8)
  • Her fancy was very active. (4)
  • Celimene is the active spirit. (10)
  • Active service may come: I may rise. (22)
  • Was not Juliana his only active friend? (10)
  • How frail and light her figure, yet how indomitably active! (8)
  • No active step but would betray his dignity. (12)
  • This woman breathed of active striving life. (22)
  • Active persecution was the breath of life to him. (10)
  • Then he knows the end of his active career has come. (21)
  • When this was done she had a less active part to play. (4)
  • If, then, Nature is in it, how has she been made active? (10)
  • Gradually the persecution ceased, thanks to her active pen. (10)
  • Segwuna kept her own counsel, but she was alert and active. (18)
  • The river life was fast becoming more active as we went down. (20)
  • Active despair is a passion that must be superseded by a passion. (10)
  • Balakireff has been active as pianist, teacher, and concert leader. (3)
  • If ever heaven was active to avert a fatal mischance it is to-day. (10)
  • He was a lawyer in active practice, and he went every day to Boston. (9)
  • But these active and intelligent rogues are too powerful to be driven out. (7)
  • He requires twenty years of active service to give you a roof to your head. (10)
  • He was equally active with his pen in deference to the new artistic principles. (3)
  • He would right heartily have called her comrade, if he had been active himself. (10)
  • She had neither vision nor active thought of her father, in whom her pride was. (10)
  • Brahms never wrote for the stage but was active in all other departments of music. (3)
  • He is an active spirit, not your negative passive letter-of-Scripture Insensible. (10)
  • Your fault has been to quit active service, General, and love your ease too well. (10)
  • A large orchestra was established in 1840, which remained active for nearly a decade. (3)
  • How he did go on at them about that; they were always so active, if you remember, Mr. (8)
  • There is nothing like employment, active indispensable employment, for relieving sorrow. (4)
  • In politics I am with the active minority on behalf of the inert but suffering majority. (10)
  • With the arrival of the chain-and-stake wagon the active work of erecting the tents begins. (21)
  • A thrill of satisfaction swept her in reflecting that her ability to reason was thus active. (10)
  • Her sympathy with a great soldier snubbed, an active man rusting, kept her from remonstrance. (10)
  • They meant that the enemy was ready to bite, and that the conspiracy had ceased to be active. (10)
  • Pity of his wife, too, gets to be fervidly active with her portrait, fetches her breath about us. (10)
  • He has been connected with several musical societies in that city, and has been active as a teacher. (3)
  • Yet she seemed to have no thought in her mind; she had no active sensation of pity or startled self-love. (10)
  • He had outlived the period of active curiosity, and he did not explore the city as he world once have done. (9)
  • I was distinguished by a strong frame, was hardy, gentle and active, and could properly be called handsome. (21)
  • The thought of her hero taking active part in a streetfray, was repulsive to her; it swamped his brilliancy. (10)
  • Still it taught her to see that the substantial is the dust; and passion not being active, she could reflect. (10)
  • For active brutality is not popular with Forsytes; they are too circumspect, and, on the whole, too softhearted. (8)
  • It is the history of circus love affairs which progress during the active season that they impair performances. (21)
  • Sometimes we can tell which impulse is likely to be the most active, and which principle the least restraining. (10)
  • He shrank from them all, as too downright, bluff, and active; too worldly and unaesthetic; or too stiff and narrow. (8)
  • Now that both passions were in union, both active, each aiding the fire of the other, she lived a consummate life. (10)
  • He pitied himself, and he reached the conclusion that he suffered because he was active; he could not be quiescent. (10)
  • With his faith, whatever its tenets may have been, was implicated his uneasily active conscience; his sense of duty. (2)
  • The concentration of his active mind directed his whole being on the track of Clotilde, idealizing her beyond human. (10)
  • Face after face, stolid and apathetic, expressed nothing, no active desire, certainly no enthusiasm, hardly any dread. (8)
  • In Lottie this took the form of something so active, so positive, that it was something more than a mere absence of warmth. (9)
  • Her trick of caricature, whenever she dealt with adversaries, was active upon the three persons under observation of the windows. (10)
  • In later years Pittsburgh had an active society to promote musical appreciation and the example is being followed by other cities. (3)
  • It is the first thing struck in us when we land on the Continent: our risible faculties are generally active all through the tour. (10)
  • Only by degrees, by glimpses, was she drawn to remember the trotting, cantering, galloping, leaping of an active heart during night. (10)
  • The intention of discovering what was at the end of the picture gallery absorbed the whole of her essentially practical and active mind. (8)
  • At these points it needed considerable reasoning to overcome her wish and some active manoeuvring in both of us to enforce our arguments. (9)
  • When she entered the room to Dacier and they touched hands, she rejoiced in her coolness, without any other feeling or perception active. (10)
  • The man for peace had the smallest supply of language, and so, unless he took a side and fought, his active part was football between them. (10)
  • And imagine the celestial refreshment of having a pure decency in the place of sham; real flesh; a soul born active, wind-beaten, but ascending. (10)
  • Whether more active, is a question asking for your notions of the governing element in the composition of man, and of hid present business here. (10)
  • She lived vividly though her far-projected sensations, until truly pity for Wilfrid was active in her bosom, she feeling how he would yearn for her. (10)
  • The whole story would have been speedily formed under her active imagination; and every thing established in the most melancholy order of disastrous love. (4)
  • Besides, Mrs. Brinkley was indolent and good-natured, and Munt was active and good-natured, and they were well fitted to get on for ten or fifteen minutes. (9)
  • Cavour challenged debate; he had faith in the active intellect, and that is the thing to be prayed for by statesmen who would register permanent successes. (10)
  • The requirements of the circus built the boards and the results obtained forced the business to become a permanent and recognized factor in active commercial life. (21)

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Definition of active:

  • active, akt’iv, adj. that acts: busy: nimble: practical, as opposed to speculative: effective: (_gram._) transitive. | adv. act’ively. | ns. activ’ity, act’iveness.(0)

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