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Its effect was electrical, for on the instant all the connotations of “Michael” flooded his consciousness.
MICHAEL, BROTHER OF JERRYJACK LONDON
Each was too busy studying that formula and examining its stunning implications and connotations.
MASTERS OF SPACEEDWARD ELMER SMITH
And he'll have to be fully aware of the humanic equations and all their connotations.
INDIRECTIONEVERETT B. COLE
To hover has other connotations, while to soar is properly to fly upward, and not to hang poised upon the air.
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF SCIENCEWALTER LIBBY
It would be interesting to go at some length into this question of romance, all its connotations and implications.
THE TECHNIQUE OF FICTION WRITINGROBERT SAUNDERS DOWST
Though mukti has five connotations, yet its principal meaning is absorption in God.
CHAITANYA'S LIFE AND TEACHINGSKRISHNA DAS KAVIRAJA
Yet we do not and cannot see all the connotations which the word has in the speaker's mind.
EXPOSITORY WRITINGMERVIN JAMES CURL
These instructions have no connotations of the end of the world.
SOLOMON AND SOLOMONIC LITERATUREMONCURE DANIEL CONWAY
Isolate this head from the shoulders, from all the gross connotations of the frame, and the trick would be done.
In no primitive or half-civilization does the word "wife" bear the connotations which it bears to us.
FOLKWAYSWILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER