Thesaurus / meed


As such it is now presented to the public for whatever meed of praise or censure it is found to deserve.TOBACCO; ITS HISTORY, VARIETIES, CULTURE, MANUFACTURE AND COMMERCEE. R. BILLINGS.
The mother also received her meed of praise for having brought up her daughter so well.SKIPPER WORSEALEXANDER LANGE KIELLAND
It seemed to afford him pleasure to give the deserved meed of praise, and the young faces grew bright and gladsome under it.ELSIE'S VACATION AND AFTER EVENTSMARTHA FINLEY
Ah, why begrudge the marquis his meed of admiration, if he likes it?THE ROSE OF OLD ST. LOUISMARY DILLON
Other influences had been at work on this neglected region as well, but to these Nannie did not as yet yield their meed of credit.THE GENTLE ART OF COOKING WIVESELIZABETH STRONG WORTHINGTON
And did they honor those who liv'd, and weep for those whofell?What meed of thanks was given to them let agèd annals tell.THE ONTARIO READERS: THE HIGH SCHOOL READER, 1886MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
Hath he not adjudged to each triumphant man of war the meed of his deserts; and shall not he also take his share of the spoil?SARCHEDONG. J. (GEORGE JOHN) WHYTE-MELVILLE
To humans the buzzard pays a deeper meed of respect—he hangs aloft longer; but in the end he comes.THE ESCAPE OF MR. TRIMMIRVIN S. COBB
Take the poor surroundings that I can give you; but let your beauty have its meed, let your heart flower as it will.THE BEAUTYMRS. WILSON WOODROW
Warm tears the meed of this new sorrow; small in compass, but greater in poignancy than all the rest together.HISTORY OF FRIEDRICH II. OF PRUSSIA, VOL. XVIII. (OF XXI.)THOMAS CARLYLE


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