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“I am now an idler and cumberer of the ground; it may be excused to me perhaps by twenty years of industry and ill-health, which have taken the cream off the milk.”
“He need not know anything whatever; he may be wholly useless and a cumberer of the earth; he may even be known to be a consummate scoundrel.”
“After having been admired and valued as if its leaves were all emeralds and its buds apples of gold, it was spurned and ridiculed and everywhere cut down as a cumberer of the ground.”
“The advantage of manufacture therein was so great that the owners of the property changed the remaining old mill into a storehouse; and now, as they wish to increase their business, it is to be torn down as a cumberer of the ground, to make room for a building of similar construction to the new mill.”
“If he fail to do this, the rust of idleness eats into all his powers, till he becomes a useless cumberer of the ground; the world loses, and heaven gains nothing when this mortal puts on immortality.”
“The mission of all literature is to make mankind both wiser and _better_, and the writer who fails to appreciate and act upon this truth is worse than a useless cumberer of society; he is a curse to his age, and, however great his present fame, will most assuredly be forgotten with the passing away of his generation.”
“Why has he not cut off this cumberer of the ground long ago?”
“Make what rule you please, only keep it, or you will never be more than a cumberer of the ground.”
“And Old '61 had, in his turn, forgotten things -- that he was old, alone, a cumberer, everything but his determination to learn It. It.was not a scientific lesson.”
“No, Audrey, I'm an utterly useless person -- a cumberer of the ground.”
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