1 In fact, a martyr to his family.
2 You have eternity in which to explain and only one night to be a martyr in the amphitheater.
3 Like a plethoric burning martyr, or a self-consuming misanthrope, once ignited, the whale supplies his own fuel and burns by his own body.
4 "Yes, I'm a perfect martyr to it," said the lady.
5 "St. Clare always laughs when I make the least allusion to my ill health," said Marie, with the voice of a suffering martyr.
6 The martyr, when faced even by a death of bodily anguish and horror, finds in the very terror of his doom a strong stimulant and tonic.
7 And let you, Stephen, make a novena to your holy patron saint, the first martyr, who is very powerful with God, that God may enlighten your mind.
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8 Dorian Gray stepped up on the dais with the air of a young Greek martyr, and made a little moue of discontent to Lord Henry, to whom he had rather taken a fancy.
9 There is something of the martyr about her.
10 It's perfectly maddening to think of those lovely limes, sighed Amy, with the air of a martyr.
11 Amy spoke bitterly, and turned her back on the exasperating martyr at her feet.
12 Whether this romantic martyr to superstition and the melancholy mummer he had conversed with under the full moon were one and the same person remained as yet a problem.
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13 Bonacieux, the respectable martyr of the political and amorous intrigues which entangled themselves so nicely together at this gallant and chivalric period.
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14 She thought he was laying there so still on purpose, playing the martyr; she attributed all possible understanding to him.
15 This deep religious fatalism, painted so beautifully in "Uncle Tom," came soon to breed, as all fatalistic faiths will, the sensualist side by side with the martyr.