While Shakespeare was in London he allowed his wife to suffer the extremes of poverty.
Boldness and excessive timidity are the two extremes to be avoided.
The generous interpret motives in extremes—ever too enthusiastic or too severe.
No man is complete in whom there are no extremes, or in whom those extremes do not meet.
Will—carried to extremes, absorbing and swallowing up the rest of the personality.
There are many transitional forms between these two extremes.
To the extremes of life, youth and age, she had appeared an object of pity.
The moral he desires to point is the 'falsehood of extremes'.
The ever-increasing power of locomotion may join the extremes of earth.
But, again, the middle will be equidistant from the extremes; or it would not be in the middle?