She was feeling “malcontented with a new fierceness.”
Given the fierceness of that devotion, the potential for horror is nearly endless.
Acres of dark berry and cherry flavours here without the fierceness you might expect from similar wines.
Still, Maine’s politicians have a tradition of fierceness and independence, from Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain to James G.
I was surprised by Mother’s fierceness, excessive even for her.
We do not expect to see a fierceness bordering on the demonic.”
Jimenez told me that it was the fierceness of the competition that surprised her the most.
“Had I known with what exaggerated fierceness he was acting, I would have said something.”
With guarded fierceness, he gave them a careful once-over and offered some immediate pointers.
One woman at last has succeeded in soothing the fierceness of the savage brute: Lettice Ramsey.”
“A terrible fierceness of spirit animates the slight, rather frail figure this Lear cuts…” wrote Paul Taylor in The Independent.
Although the book has received increased attention thanks to Hulu’s critically acclaimed TV adaptation, it’s all thanks to the fierceness of Atwood’s critical analysis of gender politics.
“Myself have agreed to try whether I can master and kill this Sperma-ceti whale, for I could never hear of any of that sort that was killed by any man, such is his fierceness and swiftness.”
The sinews no longer hold the flesh and bones together; these perish in the fierceness of consuming fire as soon as life has left the body, and the soul flits away as though it were a dream.
I trembled with excess of agitation as I said this; there was a frenzy in my manner, and something, I doubt not, of that haughty fierceness which the martyrs of old are said to have possessed.
His fierceness of spirit was composed of two elements, a serious Calvinistic desire to denounce evil and a habitual nervous ill temper, for which he often reproached himself but which he never managed to defeat.
At the Humen museum, much is made of the heroic exploits of the Chinese army in “repulsing” attacks by British invaders (the latter with “colonialist reactionary character of fierceness, cruelty and pillage exposed completely”).
Tomorrow came more quickly for gay rights than anyone could have imagined, but the controversies at World Vision and Mozilla suggest that neither the old majority nor the new one has discerned how to confront the fierceness of that urgency.
And he ends by becoming a hater of philosophy, uncivilized, never using the weapon of persuasion,—he is like a wild beast, all violence and fierceness, and knows no other way of dealing; and he lives in all ignorance and evil conditions, and has no sense of propriety and grace.
There is no doubt that the growing Venezuelan population in Florida, which has more than tripled since 2000, is making a dent in the state’s politics, not only because of their voting ability but also because of their staunch anti-communism activism, only matched by the fierceness of the activism from Cubans that arrived in South Florida decades before them.
- the property of being wild or turbulent
On this page, there are 20 sentence examples for fierceness. They are all from high-quality sources and constantly processed by lengusa's machine learning routines.
Just use the " " button to fragment sentence examples and start your learning flow.
Example output from one of your searches:
There is no doubt that the growing Venezuelan population in Florida which has more than tripled since 2000 is making a dent in the states politics not only because of their voting ability but also because of their staunch anti-communism activism only matched by the fierceness of the activism from Cubans that arrived in South Florida decades before them