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  • The far-resounding Gate, the Kite's shrill scream,

    Letter 140

  • He was no less a person than the Rev. David Pryce-Jones, whose far-resounding slogan was Prohibition and Purification for Our Land and the

    The Complete Father Brown

  • The swell of his voice and its solemn roll struck upon the ears of the enraptured hearers in deep and thrilling cadence as waves upon the shore of the far-resounding sea.

    Hidden Treasures Or, Why Some Succeed While Others Fail

  • Forth issued from his castle the sage Van Kortlandt, and, seizing a conch-shell, blew a far-resounding blast, that soon summoned all his lusty followers.

    Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 8

  • He ought never to have seen, or dreamed, of an Apollo six feet high, looking sublime, and sending forth dreadful arrows from the far-resounding bow; he should have looked only to that

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Volume 62, No. 384, October 1847

  • And in April befell the battle of Culloden and far-resounding ruin.

    Foes

  • Such an echo is immense and far-resounding in the case of those representative men who have been adopted by great fractions of humanity as guides, revealers, and reformers; but it exists for everybody.

    Amiel's Journal

  • The first fruits of this unfortunate leisure were a bitter quarrel with Hume, one of the most famous and far-resounding of all the quarrels of illustrious men, but one about which very little needs now be said.

    Rousseau (Volume 1 and 2)

  • In 1727 we stand on the threshold of that far-resounding fiery workshop, where a hundred hands wrought the cunning implements and Cyclopean engines that were to serve in storming the hated citadels of superstition and injustice.

    Critical Miscellanies (Vol. 2 of 3) Turgot

  • Arjun twanged his mighty weapon, blew his far-resounding shell,

    Maha-bharata The Epic of Ancient India Condensed into English Verse

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