These protruded over the lips, whose remarkable ruddiness showed astonishing vitality
in a man of his years.
Humanity had been strong, energetic, and intelligent, and had used all its abundant vitality
to alter the conditions under which it lived.
That dark expanse was lit in patches by yellow gorse and broom; there was no red weed to be seen, and as I prowled, hesitating, on the verge of the open, the sun rose, flooding it all with light and vitality
By entering into harmony with his environment, Ssu-K`ung T`u allowed his splendid vitality
to find expression, and after the lapse of a thousand years these glowing pages torn from the book of life have drifted towards us like rose-leaves down a sombre stream.
But in republics there is more vitality
, greater hatred, and more desire for vengeance, which will never permit them to allow the memory of their former liberty to rest; so that the safest way is to destroy them or to reside there.
The regiment was like a firework that, once ignited, proceeds superior to circumstances until its blazing vitality
Any attempt to extend the subject-matter of art is extremely distasteful to the public; and yet the vitality
and progress of art depend in a large measure on the continual extension of subject-matter.
I shut the door and sat down at the desk; my hands, recently washed in half-frozen water, were still numb; I could not write till they had regained vitality
, so I went on thinking, and still the theme of my thoughts was the "climax.
It was the fur trade, in fact, which gave early sustenance and vitality
to the great Canadian provinces.
He sat there for some time without heeding them; his attention was lost in the irritation and bitterness produced by his recent glimpse of Miss Noemie's iniquitous vitality
Work's the essence of life; but to expend precious unreturning vitality
and real labour against imaginary danger, that is heartbreakingly absurd
The step into a conscious surrender; the open perception that this charm, warming like a flame, was also all-revealing like a great light; giving new depth to shades, new brilliance to colours, an amazing vividness to all sensations and vitality
to all thoughts: so that all that had been lived before seemed to have been lived in a drab world and with a languid pulse.