Yet to read them now, in the fine nonpareil type in which they were set, is such a wearying task that one can only marvel at their popularity.
"Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete" by Albert Bigelow Paine
It is true she was the very nonpareil of his kingdom, and at most not past thirteen or fourteen years of age.
"Captain John Smith" by Charles Dudley Warner
Two nonpareil columns had to be filled, and I was getting along.
"Roughing It" by Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
This ballot is 7 feet long and 14 inches wide, and it is crowded with reading matter set in nonpareil type.
"Elements of Debating" by Leverett S. Lyon
For remarks on the synonym "Nonpareil," see that name.
"The Cauliflower" by A. A. Crozier
Grate nutmeg over it, add pounded cinnamon, and nonpareil comfits.
"The Cook and Housekeeper's Complete and Universal Dictionary; Including a System of Modern Cookery, in all Its Various Branches," by Mary Eaton
The "Ross Nonpareil," a well-known and valuable fruit, was, like the Ribston Pippin, singular to say, raised from Normandy seed.
"Notes and Queries, Number 232, April 8, 1854" by Various
His name is Philip Romeyn, and your woodland nonpareil is his daughter.
"A Daughter of the Forest" by Evelyn Raymond
Ohio Nonpareil, poor bearer, falls before ripe.
"The Apple" by Various
O, he's the nonpareil.
"A Select Collection of Old English Plays" by Robert Dodsley
In Nonpareil I'll put your Face;
In Rubric shall your Blushes rise;
There is no Bourgeois in your Case;
Your Form can never need "Revise."
"The Passionate Printer To His Love" by Henry Austin Dobson
Could praise the girl, and stroke the boy,
Which always gives the parent joy;
For ev'ry mother fancies well
Her child's a perfect nonpareil;
Therefore exerted all his power
In commendations by the hour.
"The Sermon" by William Hutton
My heart’s a star that’s newly here
It swims in the divine nonpareil
Drift, strange heart, and do not fear.
O voyage towards the Sun—away!
A sound that’s new and sweet and deep
Is the thread that haunts your sleep
"Scopolamine (English translation)" by Catherine Pozzi
"Masscult and Midcult" gives us only one phase of Dwight Macdonald's storied career as a political gadfly, provocative journalist, nonpareil editor, and embattled critic.
Conventional wisdom among Count Basie experts is that Basie's 1937–1941 outfit was nonpareil.
Buddhas, truffles, nonpareils and cakes and sundry delights.
He also said the Senate was absorbed in approving two Supreme Court nominees , and he said Obama and his nominees have been slow in dealing with the committee, according to the Daily Nonpareil.
SPAS AND SPORTS;Versailles: Pampering Nonpareil.
"Nonpareil of Favor" channels the vibe of the album.
Place orange round candy sprinkles (nonpareils) in a small bowl.