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Absolute confidence in his own beliefs was joined to truest personal humility, and made the prophet.
Their gains are occult curses; comfortless loss their truest blessing; failure and pain Nature's only mercy to them.
A man who is only a botanist, shuts himself out from all the truest and deepest pleasures of knowledge.
These objects were praiseworthy, yet they were not the highest aims of the truest and purest ambition.
CAPTAIN COOKW.H.G. KINGSTON
In such a union as the author quoted has here described men and women find life's deepest and truest joys and satisfactions.
ANALYZING CHARACTERKATHERINE M. H. BLACKFORD AND ARTHUR NEWCOMB
All the best and truest light of that which we call Romance shines steadily about them yet.
For yourself I shall always entertain the truest regard, and I must beg you to receive this answer as final.
It was one of the truest plates in the world, and incapable of flattery.
His words, his thoughts, his works, all seemed imbued with the truest spirit of religion.
When this great change was thus going on, the King began to show himself in his truest and worst colours.