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  • Of love is wisdom. (10)
  • My voice is wisdom. (10)
  • You are my spring of wisdom. (10)
  • Truth was with them, and wisdom. (10)
  • Out of the mouth of babes wisdom? (10)
  • Wisdom was her only nourishment now. (10)
  • I can testify in person that wisdom is pain. (10)
  • Well, their habits show the wisdom of the mother. (10)
  • Janet complimented me upon having attained wisdom. (10)
  • She might call it madness then: now it was wisdom. (10)
  • That is, if one has courage and the other has wisdom. (10)
  • With the wisdom of a long life old Jolyon did not speak. (8)
  • His unreason endeared him to me more than all his wisdom. (9)
  • It was perfumed with the atmosphere of wisdom and law-calf. (8)
  • I know the hour is late; but it is not too late for wisdom. (10)
  • May not one be admitted to inspect the machinery of wisdom? (10)
  • That way lies The wisdom making passage through our slough. (10)
  • After many musings and frettings, she reached the wisdom of that. (10)
  • And more of this copper coinage of wisdom in the way of proverbs. (10)
  • They glorify her topping wisdom while on the march to confound it. (10)
  • I smothered my feelings and my reflections on the wisdom of people. (10)
  • Much wise counsel, and impatience of the wisdom, went on within me. (10)
  • Sweet to shut out wisdom; accept total blindness, and be led by him! (10)
  • To this black wisdom came the combined knowledge of those miscreants. (9)
  • Having drawn this bow at a venture, he paused, doubtful of his wisdom. (8)
  • I follow him, I know; I try to advise; I find it is wisdom to submit. (10)
  • Lady Busshe would have it was a screen, and she was deemed high wisdom. (10)
  • His home and social surroundings demanded wisdom that he did not possess. (18)
  • Such a companionship has a wisdom to raise it above the title of madness. (10)
  • But honest passion has an instinct that can be safer than conscious wisdom. (10)
  • Ellen looked at him in apparent distrust of his piety, if not of his wisdom. (9)
  • I felt now the tears under his speech, and how late I was in getting wisdom. (10)
  • I have learned to depend upon the wisdom of your money, but not upon persons. (18)
  • She was almost at liberty to believe that he approved the wisdom of her resolution. (10)
  • Well is that wisdom worthy to be sung, Which raised the Palace of the Wagging Tongue! (10)
  • Hilary walked, hearing no sighs of wisdom, noting no smooth darkness, wrapped in thought. (8)
  • But could she give more loyal guarantee Than wooing Wisdom, that in her a soul Has risen? (10)
  • Wisdom is won of its fight, The combat incessant; and dries To mummywrap perching a height. (10)
  • I cherish the fancy that Port speaks the sentences of wisdom, Burgundy sings the inspired Ode. (10)
  • Nothing more fatal can be done for a country; but for an army it is a simple measure of wisdom. (10)
  • The book of thy wisdom, proved On me, its last hieroglyph page, Alive in the horned and hooved? (10)
  • It implies, of course, a profound belief in the wisdom of majorities and the error of minorities. (7)
  • Yes, and I have been learning some worldly wisdom; I wish for your sake it had not been so late. (10)
  • Moreover I will expend in his aid all my subtleties, my transformations, the stores of my wisdom. (10)
  • He was not vain to the degree which stupefies the sense of there being weight or wisdom in others. (10)
  • No consequences appealed to him in his mad intoxication; he had no wisdom; his gentility was crude. (18)
  • And in this large, inclusive sense of things lies a wiser wisdom than the mere sum of all that it knows. (1)
  • That they should quarrel among themselves is comprehensible in their wisdom, for each has the specific. (10)
  • If immeasurable love were perfect wisdom, one human being might almost impersonate Providence to another. (10)
  • Strike had been a fool: in revenge for it he laid out for himself a masterly career of consequent wisdom. (10)
  • Following his youthful wisdom, this wounded hart dragged his slow limbs toward the halls of brandy and song. (10)
  • Following his youthful wisdom, this wounded hart dragged his slow limbs toward the halls of brandy and song. (22)
  • Carleton needed all his bravery and wisdom; he had only about 400 regulars and 600 French Canadian volunteers. (19)
  • He probed from hell to hell Of human passions, but of love deflowered His wisdom was not, for he knew thee well. (10)
  • He had scored the margin of the sentences containing his dotted words, as if in admiration of their peculiar wisdom. (10)
  • For that matter, Jane was her own mistress and could very well take care of herself; he had confidence in her wisdom. (10)
  • She made little remarks full of conventional wisdom, and appealed to his judgment on several points as they drove along. (9)
  • But the earth had not spoken to him, alone, personally, out of her abundant wisdom, garnered through the limitless years. (13)
  • They listened with respect as she boasted in what an anguish of wisdom she had decided between the Colmannia and the Norumbia. (9)
  • Nature has in her wisdom shortened his stature to indicate that it is left to us to shorten the growth of his offending years. (10)
  • Others perchance might equal his love, none the wisdom of it; actually none the vigilant circumspection, the shaping forethought. (10)
  • The bath-house keeper had many wonderful stories to relate of her remarkable wisdom, with which even highly educated men could not vie. (5)
  • I cannot particularly praise the wisdom of her behaviour during that day, or, for the matter of that, the behaviour of Kendricks either. (9)
  • Not less charming than her fondness for her father was the openness with which she disabled his wisdom because of his partiality to her. (9)
  • And more, for knowledge crowns the gain Of intercourse with other souls, And Wisdom travels not in vain The plunging spaces of the poles. (10)
  • They were at the bottom of wisdom, for they had in their heads the delicate sense of justice, upon which wisdom is founded. (10)
  • Yet, when he was addressing a deputation of workmen the other day, he recommended patience to them as one of the virtues that count under wisdom. (10)
  • This is the perpetual miracle of his comedy, that it says so much to experience and worldly wisdom, and so little to inexperience and worldly innocence. (9)
  • Moreover, a waning practice, in disfavour with the new generation, will be commended to the conservative barbarian, as partaking of the wisdom of his fathers. (10)

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