Quotes of Borne

  1. We can no longer afford the war in Iraq. Our financial costs have already passed a third of a trillion dollars; the lifetime costs for this war, in both human and economic terms, will be borne by Americans for generations to come. – Earl Blumenauer
  2. Chinese are wise in comprehending without many words what is inevitable and inescapable and therefore only to be borne – Pearl S. Buck
  3. I like to think of thoughts as living blossoms borne by the human tree. – James Douglas
  4. People are, well, only human. We know that. The rule of law is borne out in identifying, condemning, and punishing those who violate the standards on which we all agree. This is exactly what we do in America. – James Inhofe
  5. This country owes them all a debt of gratitude. The down payment on that debt is making sure that we live up to Lincoln's charge: to care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan. – David Obey
  6. The burden which is well borne becomes light. – Ovid
  7. What is deservedly suffered must be borne with calmness, but when the pain is unmerited, the grief is resistless. – Ovid
  8. After voluntary exertions on the part of our people to which the history of the world furnishes no parallel, is the old root of bitterness still to remain in the ground, to sprout and bear fruit in the future as it has borne fruit in the past? – Robert Dale Owen
  9. I think people are going to return to sanity when they see how ridiculous many of these charges are, and how the predictions are not borne out. – Dixie Lee Ray
  10. Borne out of this, starting around the 17th Century was the Baroque era. It is my view that it is one of the architectural peak periods in western civilisation. – Harry Seidler
  11. My affiliation with England is borne out by the fact that I do come back for periodic visits. – George Shearing
  12. To give birth is a fearsome thing; there is no hating the child one has borne even when injured by it. – Sophocles
  13. The claim of the State Socialists, however, that this right would not be exercised in matters pertaining to the individual in the more intimate and private relations of his life is not borne out by the history of governments. – Benjamin Tucker

Usage examples for Borne

  1. Would he not say: 'I have borne with the things concerning your family. – One of Our Conquerors, Complete by George Meredith Last Updated: March 7, 2009
  2. What has become of the De la Borne money? – Jeanne of the Marshes by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  3. The wounded man was borne away. – Dave Darrin at Vera Cruz by H. Irving Hancock
  4. What was that borne by four men? – The Moving Finger A Trotting Christmas Eve at Warwingie Lost! The Loss of the "Vanity" Dick Stanesby's Hutkeeper The Yanyilla Steeplechase A Digger's Christmas by Mary Gaunt
  5. For a time this was all that happened, and though it was bad enough, perhaps it might have been borne but there was worse to come. – The Strange Story Book by Mrs. Andrew Lang
  6. The knowledge was borne in upon him instinctively. – The Gold Trail by Harold Bindloss
  7. How would I have borne myself in this or in that? – Robert Louis Stevenson a Record, an Estimate, and a Memorial by Alexander H. Japp
  8. I could never have borne it all, if you-" " Really, Lydia?" – An Alabaster Box by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman and Florence Morse Kingsley
  9. How can you teach others how to bear such things if you have not borne them? – Heart Talks by Charles Wesley Naylor
  10. " I have borne much, John Jenkins," she said. – Condensed Novels by Bret Harte
  11. But at twelve o'clock their power goes, and if you have borne it, and not spoken a word, I shall be saved. – Snowdrop and Other Tales by Jacob Grimm Wilhelm Grimm
  12. Other women have got along as best they could in these mountains, and I can bear what they have borne – The Mountain Girl by Payne Erskine
  13. Then I continued quietly, still watching him: " Charles is a good name, whether borne by a king or another man." – The Coming of the King by James Hocking
  14. If that was to make you happy, I would have gone away, and patiently borne all, but it is impossible." – King of the Castle by George Manville Fenn
  15. You have already borne too much for my sake. – The Knave of Diamonds by Ethel May Dell
  16. How you could have borne up, and done long- continued battle with them, I cannot imagine! – Mrs. Halliburton's Troubles by Mrs. Henry Wood
  17. If it had been some one at a distance, some one I need never have seen, I could have borne it; but my own sister, living in the same house together all day long- that is too bitter! – A Houseful of Girls by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
  18. In fact, I've borne quite as much as I'm willing to put up with from both of them, and there's some reason, after all, in Esmond's plan. – Delilah of the Snows by Harold Bindloss
  19. I wouldn't a' borne not a tenth of it from no other man, Mr. Fenwick. – The Vicar of Bullhampton by Anthony Trollope
  20. The line of the current on each side of it is plainly marked, and runs at the speed of nine or ten miles an hour; if you put your hand or foot a little way outside this line, they are immediately borne away by its force; if you went into it yourself, nothing could prevent your going down the falls. – Diary in America, Series One by Frederick Marryat (AKA Captain Marryat)

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