Thesaurus / qualities
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No man should allow himself to recommend another for qualities which he knows he does not possess.

My qualities are projected through the wrong end of a telescope and the world perceives me far smaller than I really am.

Mortal CoilsAldous Huxley

But more important to the historian of literature even than the development of qualities is the evolution of types.

Experiments prove that the qualities most highly excited in animals prior to their union are most fully transmitted.

They grew bolder and stalked stiffly about him, appraising his qualities with eye and nose.

The Yellow HordeHal G. Evarts

The qualities by which court is made to power, were to cover and to sanctify everything.

These qualities were possessed in no common degree by Ann Hasseltine, the subject of this memoir.

His men are not even good personifications; they are not well-assorted assemblages of qualities.

They are undoubtedly protected by qualities which make them excessively unpalatable to the bulk of insect-eating animals.

Darwin and Modern ScienceA.C. Seward and Others

And because all the qualities (required in the cause of the world) are present (in Brahman).


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