He cannot see the son lay this wreath on the father’s tomb, and leave him to the possibility of ever thinking that the present words might have righted the father’s memory and were left unwritten.
Phrases with the verb "to moral"
Other verbs and sentences related to "moral"Verbs similar to moral
That fellow has cleaned the deafness all out of Washington County a dozen times.
The sun was nearing the steeple of George’s church.
When she had closed the door behind her, he crossed the narrow street, and waited upon the other side of the way until he saw a light in one of the entresol windows.
Yes, you shall lecture me — I’ll bear it from none but you, and the more you do it, the happier, at least, you make me,’ he said.