|into englanniksi||INTO en, alacrity fi, zeal fi, into en, zest fi, élan fi, gusto fi, panache fi|
*: "Ill get into the clothes this minute, if theyre here," said Sam, with great alacrity.
*: This evening, however, he was struck by the beaming alacrity of the aide-de-camps greeting.
*: Yet this government never of itself furthered any enterprise, but by the alacrity with which it got out of its way.
*: He had a uniform jacket with one button off, and seeing a white man on the path, hoisted his weapon to his shoulder with alacrity.
*: Zeal, the blind conductor of the will.
*: I bear them record that they have a zeal of God, but not according to knowledge.
: rfquotek|Ben Jonson
: ux|en|Mary danced into the house.
: ux|en|we left the house and walked into the street; the plane flew into the open air
: ux|en|The car crashed into the tree; I wasnt careful, and walked into a wall
*: His English is still in its beginning stages, like my Creole, but he was able to translate some Creole songs that hes written into English—not the best English, but English nonetheless.
: ux|en|I carved the piece of driftwood into a sculpture of a whale. Right before our eyes, Jake turned into a wolf!
: ux|en|About 20 minutes into the flight, the pilot reported a fire on board.
: ux|en|shes really into Shakespeare right now; Im so into you!
: ux|en|The exponential function maps the set of real numbers into itself.
: ux|en|Five into three is fifteen.
: ux|en|Three into two wont go.
: ux|en|24 goes into 48 how many times?
: ux|en|Call for research into pesticides blamed for vanishing bees.
: The orange zest gives the strong flavors in this dish.
: Auntie Mame had a real zest for life.
*: Almighty Vanity! to thee they owe / Their zest of pleasure, and their balm of woe.
*: Liberality of disposition and conduct gives the highest zest and relish to social intercourse.
*: The green zest of walnuts was used by the women to shine their teeth and it also gave a beautiful rust colour to their lips.
: He sang with more gusto than talent.
*: And the sound increases … the power grows … gusto becomes something else: rage.
*: I had taken the panache from my shako so that it might escape notice, but even with my fine overcoat I feared that sooner or later my uniform would betray me.
*: One old gentleman, who was in the habit of reading a Paris newspaper and knew things, chuckled gleefully to everybody that Alcée’s conduct was altogether chic, mais chic. That he had more panache than Boulanger. Well, perhaps he had.