|passager englanniksi||passing fr, fare fr, passenger fr, transient fr, transitory fr|
*: And solace sought he none from priest nor leech, / And soon the same in movement and in speech / As heretofore he filld the passing hours ...
*: It might be possible to dismiss
*: her passing deformity
*: It was by dint of passing strength, / That he moved the massy stone at length.
*: That parliament was destined, in one short hour of convulsive strength, in one short hour of passing glory, to humble the pride and alarm the fears of England.
*: Ardent pro-lifer Rick Santorum made one passing reference to "authenticity" as a litmus test for a conservative candidate, but if he was obliquely referring to Romney (and he was), you could be excused for missing the dig.
*: One, pale as yonder waning moon, / With lips of lurid blue; / The other, rosy as the morn / When throned on oceans wave, / It blushes oer the world: / Yet both so passing wonderful!
*: ‘I find it passing strange that convicts understand honest folk, but honest folk dont understand convicts.’
*: And since he did not see Louie by the folding door, Louie knew that in his former passings and repassings he could not have seen her either.
*: So fares the stag among the enraged hounds.
*: There was a certain rich man which ... fared sumptuously every day.
: We shall see how it will fare with him.
*: So fares it when with truth falsehood contends.
*: It is never possible to settle down to the ordinary routine of life at sea until the screw begins to revolve. There is an hour or two, after the passengers have embarked, which is disquieting and fussy.
*: These are my mates, that make their wills their law, / Have some unhappy passenger in chase.
: a transient pleasure
*: this transient world
: a transient view of a landscape
*: Then, within the space of a few months, there were more transients than there were locals, and the imbalance seemed morally wrong.
*: Secondly, that the materials being very transitory, have suffered much from inclemencies of air, especially in these north-west regions.
*: Quite unconscious of the demonstrations of their amorous neighbour, or their effects upon the susceptible bosom of her mama, Kate Nickleby had, by this time, begun to enjoy a settled feeling of tranquillity and happiness, to which, even in occasional and transitory glimpses, she had long been a stranger.
*: For a moment she paused by the taxi-stand and watched them--wondering that but a few years before she had been of their number, ever setting out for a radiant Somewhere, always just about to have that ultimate passionate adventure for which the girls cloaks were delicate and beautifully furred, for which their cheeks were painted and their hearts higher than the transitory dome of pleasure that would engulf them, coiffure, cloak, and all.