1 Devil, cease; and do not poison the air with these sounds of malice.
2 And now my wanderings began which are to cease but with life.
3 Blasted as thou wert, my agony was still superior to thine, for the bitter sting of remorse will not cease to rankle in my wounds until death shall close them forever.
4 With such a reward for her tears, the child was too wise to cease crying.
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5 When that was once done, however, it was time for the raptures of Edward to cease; for Marianne's joy hurried her into the drawing-room immediately.
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6 She almost ran out of the room, and as soon as the door was closed, burst into tears of joy, which at first she thought would never cease.
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7 When that person discloses, my part in this business will cease and determine.
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8 Old Barley was growling and swearing when we repassed his door, with no appearance of having ceased or of meaning to cease.
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9 I told him I was well convinced of it; and I hinted that I hoped the time might even come, when he would cease to lead the lonely life he naturally contemplated now.
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10 Insert the wedge into the Prerogative Office, and the country would cease to be glorious.
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11 In the ensuing interval, I told Miss Mills that she was evermore my friend, and that my heart must cease to vibrate ere I could forget her sympathy.
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12 The colonel of the regiment had announced that if these scandals did not cease he would have to leave.
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13 It seemed to her that, knowing this, he might sooner cease to love her; and she dreaded nothing now so much as losing his love, though she had no grounds for fearing it.
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14 on young men even when they cease to deserve it; and if I had more self-confidence.
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15 You are confident that then man will cease from INTENTIONAL error and will, so to say, be compelled not to want to set his will against his normal interests.
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