No doubt you mean well, but I will homologate no course which fastens evil on a man whose righteousness has been abundantly proven.
They often scruple to approach a corpse, saying that the ‘mawn’ will seize them and that it fastens upon them in the night when asleep.
She fastens up her mackintosh, shakes her dripping umbrella, and bids me “Good morning.
The sponge is got by means of a cross-stick, fitted with hooks, which being lowered down, fastens upon it, and tears it from the rocks.
A furious gale attacks him like a personal enemy, tries to grasp his limbs, fastens upon his mind, seeks to rout his very spirit out of him.
Deputy fastens the door and goes to bed again.
The crab then selects choice bits of weed from its old shell and fastens them to itself by the setae, which soon curl at the tips like the tendrils of a vine, and so hold them firmly.
No, I had not been mistaken! That was no lymphatic, nerveless temperament, on which consumption fastens as its lawful prey; here there was no hectic pulse, no hurried waste of the vital flame.
Susan, who feels scorn and fear at the sight of these preparations, fastens the top button of her coat, and unfastens it.
For it is equality, as the old woman in Euripides hath it, That fastens towns to towns, and friends to friends; (Euripides, “Phoenissae,” 536.