He does not ‘suffer from’ (as newspapers are wont to say) Down’s syndrome.
The small Seal which aforetime I was wont to take with me abroad lieth in my treasury.
She must have set out at break of day, as she was wont to do, in order to see the sun rise.
AS WESTERNERS are wont to observe, nature has a grander scale on their side of the Mississippi.
But we WONT cave to politically motivated companies and those authoritarians who hate free speech!"
They are, of course, no such thing: humans must make them dangerous, as humans are so stupidly wont to do.
He was criticised on social media for everything from the way he speaks to his claiming of a disputed goal, as strikers are wont to do.
Work hard and dilligently for 40 years, you wont see any result of your efforts, in fact most of what you do will be pointless and banal.
It hasn't stayed in the confined social media circles of Twitter and Tumblr, as memes are wont to do, and has spilled over into the world of online shopping.
It was not a great while after the affair of the pipe, that one morning shortly after breakfast, Ahab, as was his wont, ascended the cabin-gangway to the deck.
Optimists, who pray that convergence will outlast this convulsive year, must hope that the received scheme of use and wont is one of the pandemic’s many casualties
The question is, how to make sense of the fact that people will reject small-stake gambles and yet accept, as they are wont to, moderate-stake gambles provided the terms are good.
“It is as sure,” he was wont to say, when any doubt was entertained of his veracity, “as sure as there is a sea where the ship itself will grow in bulk like the living body of the seaman.”
This had the intended effect of clouding perception and distorting expectation, making it easier for him to work as he was wont, and the unexpected effect that one of his lies became, with minor variations, the Odyssey of Homer.
"That means they won't be spending in our high streets, they wont be spending in our small businesses, and that is a very good way of knocking confidence out of our economy at a time when the UK's economic downturn has been deeper than that of the rest of the G7."
“Let not that trouble you, my lady,” said Leonela, “for it does not take away the value of the thing given or make it the less precious to give it quickly if it be really valuable and worthy of being prized; nay, they are wont to say that he who gives quickly gives twice.”
“Hopefully it wont be too much work because these are qualified people.,” Mr Trump told “Fox & Friends” on Monday morning, saying his shortlist is composed of the “smartest young people” and saying he is looking for someone who “really understands the law and abides by the Constitution.”
Legree now turned to Tom’s trunk, which, previous to this, he had been ransacking, and, taking from it a pair of old pantaloons and dilapidated coat, which Tom had been wont to put on about his stable-work, he said, liberating Tom’s hands from the handcuffs, and pointing to a recess in among the boxes,
There are not less than twenty titles by which the Divine Numen is wont to be designated, and which perfectly fit this infinite internal place (locus) the existence of which in nature we have demonstrated; omitting moreover that the very Divine Numen is called, by the Cabbalists, MAKOM, that is, Place (locus) (More 1671, 69–70).
In this ever-changing Whole, there are provisional constructs and entities that are, like everything else, wholly material, but can be of greater or lesser significance to us, whether this is “cashed out” aesthetically, emotionally, ethico-politically or even in terms of nerve impulses (and Diderot, most of the time, is not wont to distinguish sharply between these).
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In this ever-changing Whole there are provisional constructs and entities that are like everything else wholly material but can be of greater or lesser significance to us whether this is cashed out aesthetically emotionally ethico-politically or even in terms of nerve impulses and Diderot most of the time is not wont to distinguish sharply between these