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There is a deep-rooted prejudice among the English people against a poet who concerns himself intimately with politics.

MiltonSir Walter Alexander Raleigh

And these were not the sentiments of the private soldier alone, but the deep-rooted feeling of every individual in that army.

The Life of a Regimental OfficerA. F. Mockler-Ferryman

But what helped him best thereto was his deep-rooted contempt of mankind, not excepting himself.

The Queen PedauqueAnatole France

It is necessary to repeat this stale saying, because it expresses the deep-rooted psychology of the average Russian.

The Russian TurmoilAnton Ivanovich Denikin

His deep-rooted love and his loneliness had quieted his impulse for vengeance and overborne him with a profound sadness.

Nan of Music MountainFrank H. Spearman

Pride is so natural and deep-rooted a sin, that I dare say thou hast not overcome it, if thou have not overcome thy sensuality.

Various instances are given of this deep-rooted loyalty and affection.

Even the self-crucifixions among the Christians are, psychologically, a deep-rooted consequence of their religious views.

A dependant followed the Sultan at a short distance, but the absence of an escort proclaimed how deep-rooted was his authority.

Deep-rooted and powerful as is still the effect of Bushido, I have said that it is an unconscious and mute influence.

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