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  • And if tonight my soul may find her peace in sleep, and sink in good oblivion, and in the morning wake like a new-opened flower then I have been dipped again in God, and new-created.

    Anne Naylor: Is Sleeping A Good Investment Of Your Time?

  • I must create beauty, and place it where nobody else could find it: and many a time have I been at a loss for a subject, when my new-created goddess has been kinder than it was proper for my plaintive sonnet that she should be.

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • Despairing cursing rage attends their [hell spirits '] rapid fall, A new-created world springs up at God's command.

    Paley, "Apocalypse Without Millenium" Part 2

  • Only the itching of corrupted fancies, the boldness of darkened minds and lascivious wanton wits, in venting new-created nothings, insignificant vanities, with an intermixed dash of blasphemy, is that which I desire to oppose; and that especially considering the genius (if I may so speak) of the days wherein we live; in which, what by one means, what by another, there is almost a general deflection after novelty grown amongst us.

    The Death of Death in the Death of Christ

  • With hearts new-created for the simple joys of their labor, the big rough fellows cut the meagre growth of leafless trees at the spring in the small ravine, and gathered evergreen mountain-tea that grew in scrawny clusters here and there on the mountains.

    Bruvver Jim's Baby

  • In a moment, they all felt like new-created beings.

    The Flower Basket A Fairy Tale

  • As if new-created before their eyes, seas and lands unfolded in the sunlight.

    Space Tug

  • Ovid takes it up after him, even in the same age, and makes an ancient heroine of Virgil¬ís new-created Dido; dictates a letter for her, just before her death, to the ungrateful fugitive; and, very unluckily for himself, is for measuring a sword with a man so much superior in force to him, on the same subject.


  • Lay as if new-created in all the freshness of childhood.

    Evangeline. A Tale of Acadie

  • They were youth itself, dabbling with the miracles of the world; they were boy and girl, new-created man and woman.

    The Nine-Tenths


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