Thesaurus / gifts

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Genius is to other gifts what the carbuncle is to the precious stones.

Instead of dancing for joy, it looks suspiciously at the gifts and asks: 'Where did they get them?'

By the Christmas FireSamuel McChord Crothers

The gifts and occupations are only means to a great end, and if used in this sense will attain their highest usefulness.

Froebel's GiftsKate Douglas Wiggin

Perhaps they were gifts; perhaps they were stolen—these emeralds.

The Drums Of JeopardyHarold MacGrath

It comes to them as the gifts of gods and sages, which it would be sacrilege to reject.

And the gifts of fortune when they come are fleeting except when they are made taut by intelligent adaptation of conditions.

This bookcase is full of the gifts of friends, and recalls much of my past.

I have the Kings, their might and majesty, their robes, and the gifts they bring.

I might enumerate the priceless gifts they showered on me; gifts bought not with gold but with love.

And it was not from any interested motive that they grovelled, but simply because he had been favoured by the gifts of nature.

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