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We must see him through some lenses—we must prefigure his immortality.
CONFLICT OF NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN THEORIES OF MAN AND SOCIETYHENRY WARD BEECHER
The friendships of young girls prefigure the closer relations which will one day come in and dissolve their earlier intimacies.
A MORTAL ANTIPATHYOLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, SR.
He had tried feebly to prefigure this face, but never had his visioning approached the actual in its majestic, still beauty.
BUNKER BEANHARRY LEON WILSON
Let the fact of this great gift prefigure to us the august office of Woman.
MODERN SOCIETYJULIA WARD HOWE
May it faintly prefigure the unending blackness of that eternal night you have chosen as your future portion.
ELLEN WALTONALVIN ADDISON
With one you could definitely prefigure a man's degree of refinement; with the other the aesthetic color of his soul.
KENNYLEONA DALRYMPLE
Compared with the extensive parks of modern cities the Monte Pincio would prefigure itself as a drive for fairies alone.
ITALY, THE MAGIC LANDLILIAN WHITING
He felt that such a change as that might prefigure other changes still more painful and frightsome.
THE SQUIRE OF SANDAL-SIDEAMELIA EDITH HUDDLESTON BARR
But all this wreck and ruin exerts a saddening influence; it seems to prefigure the Death of the Mountain.
THE HEART OF THE WHITE MOUNTAINS, THEIR LEGEND AND SCENERYSAMUEL ADAMS DRAKE
The upper tier has scenes from the Old Testament or from apocryphal sources which prefigure the events recorded below.
CAMBRIDGE AND ITS STORYCHARLES WILLIAM STUBBS
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