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The remembrance of these times of happiness and innocence frequently returning to my mind, both ravish and affect me.
THE CONFESSIONS OF J. J. ROUSSEAU, COMPLETEJEAN JACQUES ROUSSEAU
Thy voice sends forth such music, that I never Was ravish'd with a more celestial sound.
THE PLAYS OF PHILIP MASSINGERPHILIP MASSINGER
Callot's men are users of the wheel and the estrapade; they roast the husband while they ravish the wife.
GEORGE CRUIKSHANKW. H. CHESSON
It was a feat altogether to ravish a delighted father's heart, and no wonder that he counted John so great a comfort.
HEARTMARTIN FARQUHAR TUPPER
The perfect symmetry of this marvellous structure would ravish Michel Angelo.
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOL. 13, NO. 78, APRIL, 1864VARIOUS
Had not the ear of that slave drunk in the same flattering words, as were now intended to intoxicate and ravish him?
QUINTUS CLAUDIUS, VOLUME 1 OF 2ERNST ECKSTEIN
Again, these did not ravish, though the cacique and his family and the rowers regarded with interest such strange matters.
1492MARY JOHNSTON
O Cynthia, if thou shouldest always continue at thy fulness, both gods and men would conspire to ravish thee.
A HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITERATUREGEORGE SAINTSBURY
An hour ago there was silence; now there is sound of such exquisite quality as to ravish the soul with delight.
THE RECONSTRUCTED SCHOOLFRANCIS B. PEARSON
It cannot but ravish and exalt; it cannot but gloriously disturb and perplex thee, to take in all that suggests.
THE ESSAYS OF "GEORGE ELIOT"GEORGE ELIOT
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