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Usage examples for manifold

  1. The manifold of sense is something in relation to the thing- in- itself, and the forms of thought have a reference beyond their mere application to the manifold. – John Dewey's logical theory by Delton Thomas Howard
  2. This conception, which we ordinarily form of our personality, and on which we erect the system of our practical life in all our manifold relations with other individuals, is an abstract concept. – The Reform of Education by Giovanni Gentile
  3. Towards, on, and in- so manifold are the phases of the relation between Christ and our faith. – The Expositor's Bible: Colossians and Philemon by Alexander Maclaren
  4. Both felt high swelling hopes of manifold success; both consciously possessed the high order of intelligence which sets a man on a level with lofty heights, consigned though they were socially to the lowest level. – Two Poets Lost Illusions Part I by Honore de Balzac
  5. When the manifold temperature got high enough he cut the switch. – The Flaming Mountain by Harold Leland Goodwin
  6. In the face of this view of industrial affairs it was difficult to be alert to manifold abuses and needed reforms. – The United States Since The Civil War by Charles Ramsdell Lingley
  7. The answers which I have given myself are manifold. – Letters from a Father to His Son Entering College by Charles Franklin Thwing
  8. Ye are encompassed about with manifold temptations. – The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning by Hugh Binning
  9. I had almost forgotten one other point of communication for mind, and, though at the risk of trying your patience, I must mention it, as its increase has been so large, and its advantages so manifold and untold. – Lectures on Popular and Scientific Subjects by John Sutherland Sinclair, Earl of Caithness
  10. Of these manifold blessings the temperature of the air, the distribution of the rains, the relative disposition of land and water, the plenty of the sea, the composition of the soil, and the raw material of the primitive arts, were wholly gratuitous gifts. – The Earth as Modified by Human Action by George P. Marsh
  11. The Duke took the keenest interest in everything, and insisted on getting information on manifold points of detail. – The Chronicles of a Gay Gordon by José Maria Gordon
  12. There are manifold characters, that must be compared and weighed in each particular case, in order to ascertain to what extent they are essential or accidental and how far they must be taken into account. – Creative Evolution by Henri Bergson
  13. Then there was her fixed and absurd " fancy" about the noble qualities and manifold virtues of the French knight who had served the Duc d'Anjou,- and who had been to her from childhood a kind of lover in the spirit,- a being whom she had instinctively tried to serve and to please; and he had sufficient imagination to understand and take advantage of the feeling aroused in her when she had met one of the same descent, and bearing the same name, in himself. – Innocent Her Fancy and His Fact by Marie Corelli
  14. As in all men of his type, our manifold nature was so marked in him that he was like several different men rolled into one. – The Perfect Wagnerite A Commentary on the Niblung's Ring by George Bernard Shaw
  15. Time is short, tasks ahead manifold, pressing, momentous. – Citadel of Faith by Shoghi Effendi
  16. With various aspects they looked at him, all holding sweet converse at the Darling Arms, after the manifold struggles of the day. – Springhaven A Tale of the Great War by R. D. Blackmore
  17. She answered me as follows: There is poetry, which, as you know, is complex and manifold. – The Best of the World's Classics, Restricted to prose. Volume I (of X) - Greece by Various
  18. They revealed such a long course of persistent deceit, and showed that she had been subject to such manifold, long- sustained, and comprehensive lying, that she began to lose faith in human nature. – The Living Link by James De Mille
  19. This is possibly due to the fact that the writers of the manifold books, which were at a late date selected from a large number and made into one big volume which forms our Bible, thought as a matter of course that man lived on after death, and never thought it necessary to assert that which every one knew. – The Human Side of Animals by Royal Dixon
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