“Judge, then, of the delight with which he turned over the pages of a new book, given him this birthday by the kind Mr. Telford, in whose carriage he had first seen those blue hills -- a book in which all his mountain ideals, and more, were caught and kept enshrined -- visions still, and of mightier peaks and ampler valleys, romantically "tost" and sublimely”
“And in _The Merry Devill of Edmonton_, 1631, there is a comical story of how Smug _the miller_ was _singing a catch_ with the _merry Parson_ in an alehouse, and how they 'tost' the words "_I'll ty my mare in thy ground_,"'so long to and fro,' that Smug forgot he was singing a catch, and began to quarrel with the Parson, 'thinking verily, he had meant (as he said in his song) to _ty his mare in his ground_.”
“Let's take a gander at the homeless, tempest-tost who landed on our levee-depleted shores:”
“Emma Lazarus's Statue of Liberty sonnet famously welcomes "homeless, tempest-tost" newcomers, while Jimmy Santiago Baca tallies harsh realities that sometimes follow that greeting.”
“Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”
“Give me your tired, your poor, â¨ your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, â¨ The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. â¨ Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me. â¨I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”
“Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to us, we lift our lamp beside the golden door.”
“Wiffowt tost Ai nawt haz enuf muslols tu opun teh gushifud…U haz tu onlee haz kibblols.”
“I lernded to liek it on rlllly chewy holweet tost, butt yur rite – iz best plane.”
“Ai cud nawt beleev it wen mai siscat tolded me peeps eet it fur brekfist on tost!”
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