These tropes are not the substance of Holy Writ; they are simply its color.
"Damn!" by Henry Louis Mencken
These same tropes recur in American languages in the same connection.
"The Myths of the New World" by Daniel G. Brinton
It is an odd thing that men made animal by fury often use that trope.
"The Stowaway Girl" by Louis Tracy
It must be he-li-o-trope.
"Pages for Laughing Eyes" by Unknown
It is a violent trope to apply either of these words to senseless matter.
"A Theory of Creation: A Review of 'Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation'" by Francis Bowen
Though we could well have spared that KEMBLEIAN dying trope, his rising up and falling again.
"The Mirror of Taste, and Dramatic Censor" by Samuel James Arnold
This was a trope used by Snowball on the occasion, regardless of its physical absurdity.
"The Ocean Waifs" by Mayne Reid
John Evelyn himself began the dreary round of tropes and primitives almost as early.
"Highways and Byways in Surrey" by Eric Parker
His tropes and images rise directly out of his subject or his feelings.
"Hazlitt on English Literature" by Jacob Zeitlin
The intellect is stimulated by the statement of truth in a trope, and the will by clothing the laws of life in illusions.
"The Voice of Science in Nineteenth-Century Literature" by Various
Trope that itself not scans
Its huge significance,
"Any Saint" by Francis Thompson
But, male for female is a trope,
Or rather bold misnomer,
That would have startled even Pope,
When he translated Homer.
"On A Mistake In His Translation Of Homer" by William Cowper
Observe but in these neighbouring lands
The different use of mouth and hands:
As men reposed their various hopes,
In battles these, and those in tropes.
"Alma; or, The Progress of the Mind. In Three Cantos. - Canto II." by Matthew Prior
Dare not, like some, to mince the matter,
Nor dazzling tropes and figures scatter,
Nor coarsely speak nor basely flatter,
Nor grovelling go:
But let plain truths, as Life's pure water,
"Epistle To A Young Clergyman" by Patrick Branwell Bronte
Lysander talks extremely well;
On any subject let him dwell
His tropes and figures will content ye
He should possess to all degrees
The art of talk; he practises
Full fourteen hours in four-and-twenty.
"The Pedant" by Matthew Prior
"You now object as if afraid;
These points are answer'd soon as made:
Ne'er let a word of Latin fly
While any Latin scholar's by;
But, when he's absent, 'mong the mopes
Let borrow'd Latin fly in tropes.
"Receipt To Make A Priest" by William Hutton
They want to deal with the black tradition, and the black community, and black tropes.
All the "Lynchian" tropes are already here on his first feature film soundtrack.
Seven Psychopaths gleefully guts crime-movie tropes.
This is one of the most annoying tropes in existence, on both the left and the right.
Pope to soap offending trope .
The 'X-Files' Conspiracy Trope Is Dead.
Failed policies' and the Ghost Train as a trope .
TV Tropes Brought to Life Through Interactive Narrative.
Now McCrory has also adopted John McCain's anti-elitism trope.
A Sturdy 'Collection' Of Horror's Goriest Tropes.
Creators avoid established tropes in favor of a noir influence and original drama.
I don't hang out with Billy Bob, so I can't vouch for his perspective on the marriage, but it feel like the " intimidating women" trope might at least partially distract from some deeper truths.
There is little worse in the world of mainstream film than movies designed to "inspire" or "uplift" through cheesy clichéd tropes of some poor jerk rising above the impossible through sheer pluck and magical, hidden talents.
Turn on the damn lights — Horror flick filled with shadowy tropes.
Brown's brilliant debut novel, Six , turns the trope upside down.