Thesaurus / regard

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The statesman felt it; it put new vigor into the despatches he wrote and the measures he devised with regard to the slave-trade.

The sound which had disturbed him was not repeated, and his two companions paid no regard to his remark.

At his purposes with regard to the relations of England and Normandy it would be vain to guess.

William the ConquerorEdward Augustus Freeman

Intuition is seen at its best where it is directly useful, for example in regard to other people's characters and dispositions.

Even the more than regard with which my soul prompted me to look back to Amy Willoughby was a pain to me.

A Bicycle of CathayFrank R. Stockton

We have had abundant reason to regard them with esteem and love.

Mr. Prince, of Yamhill county, has modified his views somewhat in regard to the grafted and seedling trees.

He saw what was happening there with regard to matters of art, and that he could not dream of producing his tetralogy.

Wagner at HomeJudith Gautier

The same is true in regard to taking of wine or liquors by brain-workers with their meals.

EdenEdgar Saltus

It is evident, therefore, that the authorities are at sea in regard to the signification of the Maya and Tzental names.

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