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  • And, in either case, will not the remembrance of thy ever-during guilt, and transitory triumph, be a torment of torments to thee?

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • Which feed the unmown meads with ever-during green.

    The Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley

  • Where rocks control his waves with ever-during mounds.

    The Odyssey of Homer

  • True it is, in all points of spirit befitting an honorable dog, he was as courageous an animal as ever scoured the woods — but what courage can withstand the ever-during and all-besetting terrors of

    The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon

  • Oh no, he could not see ahead of him with an honest hopefulness; but instead "an ever-during dark surrounds him," and he, with all the cowardice of his nature, consoles himself with the thought that the nobility of Phillip Lawson is apology for his base actions.

    Marguerite Verne

  • It was a bleak and withered region, the fit abode of ever-during sorrow and comfortless despair.

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 13, No. 376, June 20, 1829

  • True it is, in all points of spirit befitting an honorable dog, he was as courageous an animal as ever scoured the woods -- but what courage can withstand the ever-during and all-besetting terrors of a woman's tongue?

    The Short-story

  • True it is, in all points of spirit befitting an honorable dog, he was as courageous an animal as ever scoured the woods -- but what courage can withstand the ever-during and all-besetting terrors of a woman's tongue?

    Elson Grammar School Literature v4

  • Remarkable is the construction of the chain by which this writer connects the poor unemployed men who were standing idle in the market-place with the ever-during, ever-increasing satisfaction of their souls in eternity.

    The Parables of Our Lord

  • If the names of a Brainerd, of a Swartz, of a Buchanan, have been rendered immortal by their efforts to convert the heathen to Christianity, the names of those men who shall succeed in converting Christians to temperance and sobriety, should be written in letters of ever-during gold, and appended by angels in the temple of the living God.

    Select Temperance Tracts

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