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  • Arnold loved dramatic display. (18)
  • How could she display what she was? (10)
  • Both display the same characteristics. (3)
  • But it is not to be a display of that sort. (4)
  • It was designed to display her philosophy. (10)
  • Not only we say what we feel, we display it. (10)
  • They display imagination without raising interest. (4)
  • Mrs. Berry was going to display his prodigious legs. (10)
  • He had come on an excursion for the display of his art. (10)
  • This weird display of mute white will-power was unearthly. (8)
  • It was a palpable display, repeated on every possible occasion. (4)
  • This oratorical display of mine gave me an ascendancy over him. (10)
  • But they were as simple as possible in their display of happiness. (10)
  • Gestures and heaven-sent eyeballs invoke to display the ineffable. (10)
  • The carriages rolling by insulted him with their display of wealth. (10)
  • The carriages rolling by insulted him with their display of wealth. (22)
  • But of all those round Gyp, Fiorsen gave the most interesting display. (8)
  • Their flying hands put to shame the clutching display of the octopus. (21)
  • He was a lawyer, ambitious, intelligent, and fond of luxury and display. (19)
  • His bewilderment and speechlessness were a comic display, tragic to him. (10)
  • Did the detestable little devil think silly duelling a display of valour? (10)
  • Did the detestable little devil think silly duelling a display of valour? (22)
  • Few places, if any, offer a more barbaric display of contrasts to the eye. (2)
  • Never had he beheld any ropedancer display so much grace, strength, and daring. (5)
  • We give him a display of wealth in England; here we are particularly discreet. (10)
  • Kit Ines, of the mercurial legs, must now give impromptu display of his dancing. (10)
  • Country people are not inclined to tolerate the display of a passion for anything. (10)
  • In the height of the display a sudden mountain shower gathered and broke upon them. (9)
  • Its chief aim was to afford singers an opportunity to display their accomplishments. (3)
  • She gave her whole time to imagining and organizing the personal display on the coach. (9)
  • But in spite of her ghastly display of strength she succumbed in that unequal struggle. (12)
  • Nor was he unhurt by her superior acuteness and her display of authority on his grounds. (10)
  • What I feared was an outburst and tears and the emotional display that is considered fitting. (12)
  • Such a retiring man as Hilary was seldom given the opportunity for an obvious display of chivalry. (8)
  • The moment >was one when conscious rectitude =pliers man should have a tail for its just display. (10)
  • The circus concert offers opportunity for a display of talents other than those presented in the ring. (21)
  • His compositions are somewhat lacking in spontaneity, but they display great learning, and undeniable skill. (3)
  • The last two of these, belonging to the maturity of his genius, amply display the powers of genuine expression. (3)
  • She crushed Charlotte as if she had taken her up in one hand, and without any display at all: no gesture, or spasm. (10)
  • A lady, their distant relative, whose fame was light, had withdrawn her from the silent house, and made display of her. (10)
  • If now and then he gave them Cardiff giants and white elephants, he also gave them a brave display in three crowded rings. (16)
  • Why did neither the one nor the other display and bring into action the whole forces they could have had at their disposal? (10)
  • I hope he attacks the use of display type, which makes our newspapers look like the poster- plastered fences around vacant lots. (9)
  • I was able to release her and the young man she protected, on condition of my going upstairs to give a display of my proficiency. (10)
  • This proved to be an Austrian gunboat, and the occasion of the display of bunting was the birthday of the Emperor Francis Joseph. (20)
  • I could not do it, simply because I could not live with my own emptiness for the sake of making an occasional display of fireworks. (10)
  • Mrs. Dashwood entered into all their feelings with a warmth which left her no inclination for checking this excessive display of them. (4)
  • The cost of the effort was the breaking out of innumerable wounds, old and new; the gain was the display of the miracle that Italy lived. (10)
  • She must be teaching Temple to skate figures in the frost, with a great display of good-humoured patience, and her voice at musical pitches. (10)
  • Felix saw Kirsteen quiver and flinch, and understood why they had none of them felt quite able to turn their backs on that display of passion. (8)
  • She could not suppress a slight surprise of fear, for this display showed a dealing with hidden things, and a summoning of scattered spirits. (10)
  • It has often led him to be liberal and generous, to give his money freely, to display hospitality, to assist his tenants, and relieve the poor. (4)
  • We are such devotees of the special attractions offered from time to time that we do not miss a single balloon ascension or pyrotechnic display. (9)
  • He seldom played in public, and would only play for pupils, or when persuaded by devoted friends to display his extraordinary gifts as a pianist. (3)
  • The compressed energy of the man under his conscious display of a great-minded deference to the claims of family ties and duties, intoxicated him. (10)
  • An outrageous lunatic fit, that promised to release him from his fatal passion, seemed, on the contrary, respectable in essence if not in the display. (10)
  • It seemed that silk umbrellas were most eligible wares; and in the display of such purchases the parlor was given the appearance of a violent thunder-storm. (9)
  • This pathetic representation lasted the whole evening, and so ostentatious and artful a display has entirely convinced me that she did in fact feel nothing. (4)
  • Her infinitesimal spells are seen; yet, despite experience, the magnetism in their repulsive display is barely apprehended by sedate observers until the astounding capture is proclaimed. (10)

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