You are an annihilator of sense.

Congreve.—The Way of the World, Act II. Scene 9.

For a long time past he could not converse in the language of common sense. Ask him a trivial question, he gave you a cramp answer out of some of his plays.

Murphy.—The Apprentice, Act I.

Whatsoever contradicts my sense,
I hate to see, and never can believe.

Roscommon.—Horace’s Art of Poetry.

You cram these words into mine, ears, against the stomach of my sense.

Shakespeare.—The Tempest, Act, II. Scene I. (Alonzo to Gonzalo.)

The hand of little employment hath the daintier sense.

Shakespeare.—Hamlet, Act V. Scene 1. (The Prince to Horatio at the grave side.)

SENSES.—Bar. I say, the gentleman had drunk himself out of his five sentences.

Evans. It is his five senses: fie, what the ignorance is!

Shakespeare.—Merry Wives of Windsor, Act I. Scene 1.

SENTENCE.—Away, away, woman! No replying after sentence.

Anonymous.—Duke and No Duke, Act 1.

SENTIMENT.—Sentiments! don’t tell me of sentiment; what have I to do with sentiment?

Murphy.—The Apprentice, Act I.

SEPOYS.—Prodigious hackneys, basely got
’Twixt men and devils.

Quarles.—Book I. No. XI. Verse 3.

SEPULCHRE.—O yet more miserable!
Myself my sepulchre, a moving grave.

Milton.—Samson Agonistes.

SEPULCHRE.—Herself becomes the sepulchre of what she was.

Dryden.—Pythagorean Phil. Ovid’s Met. Book XV.

The rotten bones discovered there,
Shew ’tis a painted sepulchre.


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