Usage examples for immortal

  1. Hyslop is right: man will spend millions to discover the North Pole, but not a penny to discover his immortal destiny. – The Return of Peter Grimm by David Belasco Edited by Montrose J. Moses
  2. And vaguely there ran through her mind immortal words-" good measure- pressed down, and running over." – The Case of Richard Meynell by Mrs. Humphrey Ward
  3. " There is the bright side," she continued, " the side of the immortal hope. – The Doctor A Tale Of The Rockies by Ralph Connor
  4. He read the next verse and then turned to Wordsworth's immortal lines: " I wandered lonely as a cloud . – There was a King in Egypt by Norma Lorimer
  5. He was very weary, and it was not the shortest way to the White Lion, yet his feet carried him across the dark Square and past the Immortal Memory to the front of Miss Sibson's house. – Chippinge Borough by Stanley J. Weyman
  6. Does the girl expect to be immortal? – A Question of Marriage by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
  7. For it is the spiritual part of us that is immortal. – The Carved Cupboard by Amy Le Feuvre
  8. Where, too, was the laughter that once had seemed illimitable and immortal? – Carnival by Compton Mackenzie
  9. Do they never think of their immortal souls? – Muslin by George Moore
  10. You are an Immortal. – The Blue Germ by Martin Swayne
  11. " Of course she isn't immortal, Chief," he said. – Brain Twister by Gordon Randall Garrett Laurence Mark Janifer
  12. The examples of such men never die, but, like their memories, are immortal. – Self Help by Samuel Smiles
  13. Are you, my brother, conscious of anything within you higher than the common life that belongs to you because you are an immortal soul? – Expositions of Holy Scripture: Romans Corinthians (To II Corinthians, Chap. V) by Alexander Maclaren
  14. Unfortunately, Eucken has not yet dealt fully with this question, but he is evidently of the opinion that the spiritual personalities are immortal. – Rudolph Eucken by Abel J. Jones
  15. Another class of images reproduced from Homer is that of those in which a mortal is compared to an immortal, as at i. – The Roman Poets of the Augustan Age: Virgil by W. Y. Sellar
  16. Your portrait, if you can paint it, will be the mother with the look of immortal things in her face. – A Cathedral Singer by James Lane Allen