vain englanniksi   unavailing fr, merely fi, conceited fr, just fi, vain fr, only fi, moot fr, fruitless fr, pointless fr

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*: It is not forgot, since the acute and distinct Arminius was perverted meerly by the perusing of a namelesse discourse writtn at Delf, which at first he took in hand to confute.

*: If you think me too conceited / Or to passion quickly heated.

*: Conceited of their own wit, science, and politeness.

*: He was ... pleasantly conceited, and sharp of wit.

*: A conceited chair to sleep in.

: It is a just assessment of the facts.

: It looks like a just solution at first glance.

*: We know your grace to be a man / Just and upright.

: ux|en|Plant just a few tomatoes, unless you can freeze or dry them.

: ux|en|He calls it vermilion, but its just red to me.

: ux|en|Just follow the directions on the box.

: ux|en|I just called to say "hi".

: ux|en|Lord, we just want to thank You and praise Your Name.

: ux|en|It is just splendid!

: ux|en|They just left, but you may leave a message at the desk.

: ux|en|The fastball just missed my head!

: ux|en|The piece just might fit.

: ux|en|He wants everything just right for the big day.

*: And having just enough, not covet more.

*: The god Pan guided my hand just to the heart of the beast.

*: To-night, at Hernes oak, just twixt twelve and one.

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*: Every writer is a narcissist. This does not mean that he is vain; it only means that he is hopelessly self-absorbed.

*: thy vain excuse

*: Let no man deceive you with vain words.

*: Vain wisdom all, and false philosophy.

: ux|en|vain toil;  a vain attempt

*: Vain is the force of man / To crush the pillars which the pile sustain.

*: It is vain to do with more what can be done with fewer.

*: Load some vain church with old theatric state.

*: Every writer is a narcissist. This does not mean that he is vain; it only means that he is hopelessly self-absorbed.

*: thy vain excuse

*: Let no man deceive you with vain words.

*: Vain wisdom all, and false philosophy.

: ux|en|vain toil;  a vain attempt

*: Vain is the force of man / To crush the pillars which the pile sustain.

*: It is vain to do with more what can be done with fewer.

*: Load some vain church with old theatric state.

: ux|en|He is the only doctor for miles.

: ux|en|The only people in the stadium were the fans: no players, coaches, or officials.

: ux|en|Only the cat sat on the mat. The dog never did.

: ux|en|The only cat sat on the only mat.

: ux|en|He is the only trombonist to recruit.

*: Motleys the only wear.

: ux|en|He is their only son, in fact, an only child.

*: To DAD ¶ who only reared twelve children ¶ and ¶ To MOTHER ¶ who reared twelve only children

*: I know some who wittingly have drawne both profit and preferment from cuckoldrie, the only name whereof is so yrksome and bail-ful to so many men.

: ux|en|My heart is hers, and hers only.   The cat sat only on the mat. It kept off the sofa.

*: To DAD

*: who only reared twelve children

*: and

*: To MOTHER

*: who reared twelve only children

: ux|en|The cat only sat on the mat. It didnt scratch it.   If there were only one more ticket!

: ux|en|He left only moments ago.

*: his most only elected mistress

: ux|en|I would enjoy running, only I have this broken leg.

*: ... and pleasant it was, only for the dust.

*: And Pharaoh said, I will let you go, that ye may sacrifice to the LORD your God in the wilderness; only ye shall not go very far away.

*: The consistent finding ... that infants who are onlies do not differ from those who have siblings despite their lesser history of exposure to differential treatment is perplexing.

*: ...:indeed we were obligd to hawl off rather in a hurry for the wind freshning a little we found ourselves in a bay which it was a moot point whether or not we could get out of:...

*: [T]he uncertain, unsettled condition of this science of Cetology is in the very vestibule attested by the fact, that in some quarters it still remains a moot point whether a whale be a fish.

*: The extent to which these Parisian radicals ‘represented’ the French people as a whole was very moot.

: Walter Crane and Lewis F. Day (1903) Moot Points: Friendly Disputes on Art and Industry Between Walter Crane and Lewis F. Day

: That point may make for a good discussion, but it is moot.

*: The question [whether certain poetry was present in the original Hebrew Psalms] in our own time is moot, since various considerations have made it certain that, of all the hazards presented by biblical translation, a dangerous excess of beauty is not one of them.

*: The pleading used in courts and chancery called moots.

*: a problem which hardly has been mentioned, much less mooted, in this country

*: First a case is appointed to be mooted by certain young men, containing some doubtful controversy.

*: There is a difference between mooting and pleading; between fencing and fighting.

: The unskilled mans attempt at fixing his car engine was fruitless.quote-Fanny Hill|part=2|At length, after repeated fruitless trials, he lay down panting by me, kissd my falling tears, and asked me tenderly what was the meaning of so much complaining?

: The fruitless woman desperately wanted to have children.

*: The first fruits of the season were eagerly sought after, and everybody was thankful that once more dread winter with its unvarying monotony of fruitless meals was a thing of the past.

*: ... the many individual claims as to the ideal diet, for instance, the high-carbohydrate diet, the milkless diet, the breadless diet, the meatless diet, the fruit diet or the fruitless diet, the high-protein or the low-protein diet, and innumerable variations.

: a pointless sword

: a pointless knife

: a pointless remark

: The [[sequel]] to the film was even more pointless than the original

: Since the decision has already been made, further discussion seems pointless.

: a pointless topology

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