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  • In the glow of his love-born resolution he began to search among his papers for an unfinished scenario called _Enid's Choice_.

    The Light of the Star A Novel

  • And so, with marvellous love-born wisdom and courage, the conflict is left open, for men's sake.

    Quiet Talks on Prayer

  • All the graces of the love-born offspring seem to have been present at Jugurtha's birth.

    A History of Rome During the Later Republic and Early Principate

  • The fumes of the romances which he had read mixed with the love-born delirium in his brain; he was no longer low, but a hero of lofty line, kept from his rightful place by machinations that had failed at last, and now he was leading her, his bride, into the ancient halls which were to be their home, and the source of beneficence and hope to all the poor and humbly-born around them.

    The Minister's Charge

  • Over the hills, and far away beyond their utmost purple rim, and deep into the dying days the happy love-born one followed her love, happy to exchange her sylvan immortality for the spasm of mortal life, -- happy, in her human self-abnegation, to lie close on his heart and whisper close in his ear, though he knew only the loving voice and never the loving lips.


  • Long struggles of passion ensue, in the result of which his affections are called forth against his appetites, and, love-born, the idea of a redemption of the lost will dawns upon his mind.

    Specimens of the Table Talk of Samuel Taylor Coleridge

  • You know it well, Princess; and when you disappeared from our gaze through the air, both, equally carried away by our love and grief, cast ourselves headlong from that rock, in order to follow your beauty, or rather to feel that love-born joy of offering in your behalf a first prey to the monster.



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