1 Fly to a brother's aid whoever he may be, exhort him who goeth astray, raise him that falleth, never bear malice or enmity toward thy brother.
War and Peace(V2) By Leo TolstoyGet Context In BOOK 5: CHAPTER IV
2 So I set eagerly to work on the walls of my chosen town, and call it Pergamea, and exhort my people, joyful at the name, to cherish their homes and rear the castle buildings.
3 We had a very pious and humane Iman, who preached an excellent sermon, exhorting them not to kill us all at once.
4 He remained there for a fortnight, preaching, administering the sacrament, teaching, exhorting.
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5 In a few moments it became clear that Madame Haupt was engaged in descending the ladder, scolding and exhorting again, while the ladder creaked in protest.
6 He paced the apartment to and fro, now vainly exhorting the terrified maiden to compose herself, now hesitating concerning his own line of conduct.
7 Arina Vlasyevna was crying quietly; she was utterly crushed, and could not have controlled herself at all if her husband had not spent two whole hours early in the morning exhorting her.
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8 He sent envoys to the Achaeans, who were friends of the Romans, exhorting them to remain neutral; and on the other hand the Romans urged them to take up arms.
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9 Hereupon Startop took him in hand, though with a much better grace than I had shown, and exhorted him to be a little more agreeable.
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10 We exhorted him to be resolute in this, and left my aunt to observe him.
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11 They exhorted her to be of cheerful mind, and to fear nothing for her future welfare.
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12 He exhorted me to content myself, and be obedient.
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13 I went round, therefore, and exhorted them man by man not to lose heart.
14 Thus exhorted, Cedric sallied forth upon his expedition; and it was not long ere he had occasion to try the force of that spell which his Jester had recommended as omnipotent.
15 On every side arose shrieks, groans, exhortations and curses.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore CooperGet Context In CHAPTER 17