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"Ils se flattrent de mriter le ciel en se rendant parfaitement inutile la terre" (p. xviii).
BARON D'HOLBACHMAX PEARSON CUSHING
It is true that it would have been inutile, for no incident occurred to put the colonists to any painful trial.
THE SECRET OF THE ISLANDW.H.G. KINGSTON (TRANSLATION FROM JULES VERNE)
As Christy's plan was not in order, would be inutile, the business of the visitors at the islands was finished.
The faint swarming toward the light and the rending of the sphere of hope, frustrate, inutile.
MELOMANIACSJAMES HUNEKER
The tribe were about to cook poor little Verva because her mother was dead, and she seemed a bouche inutile.
Often I found his silent signature on my thoughts, rendering speech inutile.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A YOGIPARAMHANSA YOGANANDA
Il était grand et bien découplé, et tous ses gestes dénotaient une force qu'il lui plaisait de rendre inutile.
HISTOIRES GRISESE. EDOUARD TAVERNIER
Inutile enum fere fuerit virtutem quidem nosse, acquirendæ autem ejus modos et vias ignorare.
She became a theologian in petticoats and wrote numerous inutile books about pin-points in matters ecclesiastical.
FRANZ LISZTJAMES HUNEKER
There is no necessity of disputing the daring of this scheme, and just as inutile would be a discussion of its ethics.
ICONOCLASTSJAMES HUNEKER

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