Definitions

Sorry, no definitions found.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • Quæ autem habet de monstriferis hominum formis itinerarij sui praecedentis capitibus trigessimo, trigessimo primo, trigessimo tertio, et sparsim in sequentibus, quanquam non negem ab illo fortasse quædam eorum alicubi visa fuisse, maiori tamen ex parte ex Caio Plinio secundo hausta videntur, vt facile patebit ca cum his Plinianis, hic ideo a me appositis, collaturo, quæ idem

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Qu� autem habet de monstriferis hominum formis itinerarij sui praecedentis capitibus trigessimo, trigessimo primo, trigessimo tertio, et sparsim in sequentibus, quanquam non negem ab illo fortasse qu鎑am eorum alicubi visa fuisse, maiori tamen ex parte ex Caio Plinio secundo hausta videntur, vt facile patebit ca cum his Plinianis, hic ideo a me appositis, collaturo, qu� idem

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • _Tr_ I i 61-62 '_ut titulo careas_, ipso noscere _colore_;/dissimulare uelis, te liquet esse meum' and _EP_ II ix 49-52 (to King Cotys) 'nec regum quisquam magis est instructus ab illis [_sc_ the liberal arts] ... carmina testantur, quae _si tua nomina demas_/Threicium iuuenem composuisse negem'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • Quid opust verbis? lingua nullast qua negem quidquid roges.

    Amphitryo, Asinaria, Aulularia, Bacchides, Captivi Amphitryon, The Comedy of Asses, The Pot of Gold, The Two Bacchises, The Captives

  • Quamvis enim non negem quin apostrophi nota commode nonnunquam affigi possit, ut ipsius litteræ s usus distinctius, ubi opus est, percipiatur; ita tamen semper fieri debere, aut etiam ideo fieri quia vocem _his_ innuat, omnino nego.

    English Past and Present

  • Habetur haec planta apud Javanos in deliciis et magno studio colitur; tum ob floris eximium odorem, quem spirat, moschi, tum ob singularem elegantiam et figuram scorpionis, quam exhibet ... spectaculo sane jocundissimo, ut negem quicquam elegantius et admiratione dignius in regno vegetabili me vidisse ...

    The History of Sumatra Containing An Account Of The Government, Laws, Customs And Manners Of The Native Inhabitants

  • Dictionary_ (_Works_, v. 19), 'Ausonius thought that modesty forbade him to plead inability for a task to which Caesar had judged him equal: -- _Cur me posse negem posse quod ille pufat_?'

    Life of Johnson, Volume 2 1765-1776

  • [100] Johnson had written to Lord Chesterfield in the Plan of his Dictionary (Works, v. 19), 'Ausonius thought that modesty forbade him to plead inability for a task to which Caesar had judged him equal: ” Cur me posse negem posse quod ille pufat?'

    Life Of Johnson

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.