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Hence it is to be altogether disregarded by highminded men who have a regard for their own spiritual welfare.
The individualist asks us to believe that man is naturally noble and highminded, and cares only for the higher and better things.
RUDOLPH EUCKENABEL J. JONES
One of the first effects of this highminded system of management was, that it inspired the boys with strength and self-respect.
CHARACTERSAMUEL SMILES
There is nothing which so settles the turbulence of a man's nature as his union in life with a highminded woman.
CHARACTERSAMUEL SMILES
Burke was especially happy in his union with Miss Nugent, a beautiful, affectionate, and highminded woman.
CHARACTERSAMUEL SMILES
Suppose he is an honest, highminded gentleman; so much the better for himself.
THE BOOK OF SNOBSWILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
Her knowledge of the traction muddle was sufficient to afford a background of plausibility for this highminded renunciation.
OTHERWISE PHYLLISMEREDITH NICHOLSON
Er—hear you've gone in for high-minded politics, Heth—r-read a highminded speech of yours—two high-minded speeches.
CONISTON, COMPLETEWINSTON CHURCHILL
Delane observed, if this was true, Palmerston had acted a very highminded and disinterested part.
The amiable cannot use such an instrument, the highminded disdain it.
THE SUBJECTION OF WOMENJOHN STUART MILL

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