|ponnistella englanniksi||breast fi, endeavor fi, struggle fi, strive fi|
: Tanyas breasts grew alarmingly during pregnancy.
*: The Wedding-Guest here beat his breast, For he heard the loud bassoon.
: She kindled hope in the breast of all who heard her.
*: He has a loyal breast.
: The robin has a red breast.
: Would you like breast or wing?
: a chimney breast; a plough breast
*: Mountains on whose barren breast / The labouring clouds do often rest.
*: By my troth, the fool has an excellent breast.
: He breasted the hill and saw the town before him.
*: The court breasted the popular current by sustaining the demurrer.
*: And these three: 1. the law over them that have sovereign power; 2. their duty; 3. their profit: are one and the same thing contained in this sentence, Salus populi suprema lex; by which must be understood, not the mere preservation of their lives, but generally their benefit and good. So that this is the general law for sovereigns: that they procure, to the uttermost of their endeavour, the good of the people.
*: As we shall find it necessary, in our endeavours to bring electrical phenomena within the province of dynamics, to have our dynamical ideas in a state fit for direct application to physical questions we shall devote this chapter to an exposition of these dynamical ideas from a physical point of view.
*: The like has been the endeavour of critics, logicians, and even politicians ....
*: And such were praised who but endeavoured well.
*: The other species of philosophers consider man in the light of a reasonable rather than an active being, and endeavour to form his understanding more than cultivate his manners.
*: It is our duty to endeavour the recovery of these beneficial subjects.
*: If you be affronted, it is better, in a foreign country, to pass it by in silence, and with a jest, though with some dishonour, than to endeavour revenge; for, in the first case, your credits neer the worse when you return into England, or come into other company that have not heard of the quarrel.
: ux|en|During the centuries, the people of Ireland struggled constantly to assert their right to govern themselves.
: ux|en|She struggled to escape from her assailants grasp.
*: Orion hit a rabbit once; but though sore wounded it got to the bury, and, struggling in, the arrow caught the side of the hole and was drawn out. Indeed, a nail filed sharp is not of much avail as an arrowhead; you must have it barbed, and that was a little beyond our skill.
: He strove to excel.
: to strive for the truth
: to strive against fate
*: Now private pity strove with public hate, / Reason with rage, and eloquence with fate.
*: [Not] that sweet grove / Of Daphne, by Orontes and the inspired / Castalian spring, might with this paradise / Of Eden strive.
: rfquotek|Wyclif Bible (Luke xxi. 9)