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Enough for me: with joy I seeThe different doom our fates assign.
The path of SaintsIs such; so shall she look from heaven, and seeThe road which led her thither.
THE SAINT'S TRAGEDYCHARLES KINGSLEY
Not an old fool in the townWho thinks herself religious, but must seeThe last of the show and mob the deer to death.
THE SAINT'S TRAGEDYCHARLES KINGSLEY
All are to be thrown in one common caldron to seethe therein, the symbol of the fiery judgments which had now come upon the city.
THE PROPHET EZEKIELARNO C. GAEBELEIN
Do you know, If the happy spirits in Heaven can seeThe ruin and wretchedness here below?
Some things ought to be said to people when they are alone; besides, we must not seethe the kid in his mother's milk.
Early the next morning the town began to seethe in the squares.
Still he hesitated, fingering his club; for the insolence of that challenging stare made his blood seethe.
IN THE MORNING OF TIMECHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
The centres of civilization seethe, as it were, and are ebullient with the agitation of the self-questioning heart.
Just as no two pots will boil alike, so with men; they seethe in trouble with a difference.

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