Though half-Cheyenne and half-Assiniboin, he spoke English well, and manifested a marked sense of humor.
"A Daughter of the Middle Border" by Hamlin Garland
Now in the sense in which there is such a thing as an epic, in that sense there is no such thing as a novel.
"Appreciations and Criticisms of the Works of Charles Dickens" by G. K. Chesterton
It was not precisely a premonition that addressed itself to his senses; it was something he could not explain.
"As It Was in the Beginning" by Philip Verrill Mighels
These suspicions, many of them at least, are new; in a sense they mark progress.
"Natural Law in the Spiritual World" by Henry Drummond
It has only the sense that's put into it; and that's precious little sometimes.
"Chance" by Joseph Conrad
The only thing I really admire is common sense.
"Gossamer" by George A. Birmingham
A special mode of life had to precede initiation, tending to give the spirit the mastery over the senses.
"Christianity As A Mystical Fact" by Rudolf Steiner
In this sense, and in this sense only, is chemical affinity converted into heat.
"Fragments of science, V. 1-2" by John Tyndall
In one sense it was incomprehensible; in another sense it was the only explanation of the fact.
"Expositions of Holy Scripture" by Alexander Maclaren
Nothing was tangible; the palate lost its sense of taste, the finger its sense of touch.
"The Goose Man" by Jacob Wassermann
A stone's a stone
And a tree's a tree,
But what was the sense
Of aging me?
"Old Man Hoppergrass" by Stephen Vincent Benet
Now my sense is never so clear.
It cheats my heart,
Making me start
A thousand times, when she is not near.
"Footsteps in the Street" by Robert Fuller Murray
A joyful sense and purity
Is all I can remember;
The very night to me was bright,
'Twas summer in December.
"Innocence" by Thomas Traherne
Strange that I should feel as you,
That one thought should fire us two,
I too, sir, have lost my senses
Since I saw that lady.
"The Two Lovers Of Heaven: Chrysanthus And Daria - Act I" by Denis Florence MacCarthy
And, when their senses back return'd,
They gaz'd upon the steps of stone
On which the Dark Ladie had stood,
They gaz'd...but she was gone!...
"The Dark Ladie" by Anne Bannerman
That even in life's afternoon
A sense of youth comes back again,
As through this cool September rain
The still green woodlands dream of June.
"The Reunion" by John Greenleaf Whittier
How your brain makes sense of your senses.
I felt I owed it to all disabled people to try to make some anthropological sense of it all.
Hold on as we try to make sense of the unpleasantness at Cross Nats.
The Military's Laws on Adultery Make No Sense.
Dollars & Sense columnist John Ewoldt searches the Twin Cities and beyond for bargains and strategies to spare you time, money and hassles.
While the grades are subjective, I think in this case they provide a realistic sense of what's happened with the Bears.
Mike D'Antoni may need to take his guys out on the Hudson River so they can get a sense of where the ball should end up.
While the mayor and the ATA bicker over light rail plans, here's one that makes sense.
On November 7, 1997, in Paris, a book was published that was substantial in every sense.
I suppose it makes sense for Peggy Noonan and Co. To keep giving Romney advice.
I'm about to do something that goes completely against all common sense.
"A relative asked why in the world I choose to live like this, and I replied that it just makes sense.".
ColoradoBiz writer Lisa Ryckman talks with Ralph Morgan, owner of the Evergreen Apothecary, about what kinds of regulations make sense for the business of medical marijuana.
At first glance, it makes no sense.
Not in the usual sense.