spirit[ spir-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF spirit
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SPIRIT
The spirit and the gifts of freedom ill assort with the condition of a slave.
Wonderful are the accounts he brings of that far-off world, where his spirit wanders.
"That contains the spirit of all prayer," said the old philosopher.
Aspasia said wisely, that the spirit of beauty flows in, only where the proportions are harmonious.
The spirit of the strong man was moved, and he trembled like a leaf shaken by the wind.
His spirit yearned after his father, and his heart was sick for his forest home.
I hope I'll have the old Bines philosophy and the young Bines spirit.
But he was a generous man and all meanness of spirit was foreign to his soul.
It is a spirit contracted in its views, selfish in its objects.
When did you feel the fetters fust busting from your spirit?