Definitions of Regarded

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Quotes of Regarded

  1. I am a writer and always was; being a writer is an integral part of my identity. Being published, being well regarded is a component of that identity. – Brian Aldiss
  2. Nixon regarded himself as having been cheated by life. He never got my vote. – Stephen Ambrose
  3. Well, the biggest Norwegian newspaper regarded this as an arrest, since they hadn't told us that they were coming and they brought me in. So the biggest Norwegian newspaper looked upon that as an arrest. – Jon Johansen
  4. A stair not worn hollow by footsteps is, regarded from its own point of view, only a boring something made of wood. – Franz Kafka
  5. Under no stretch of imagination can war be regarded as an ethical process; yet war, force, terror, and propaganda were the evolutionary means employed to weld the German people into a tribal whole. – Arthur Keith
  6. You have it within your grasp to be regarded as one of the greatest legislative sessions in the history of the state. If you're bold and if you're ready to aggressively reach for our future, all the ingredients are here. The opportunities are waiting for us. – Dirk Kempthorne
  7. Owing to the difficulty of dealing with substances of high molecular weight we are still a long way from having determined the chemical characteristics and the constitution of proteins, which are regarded as the principal con -stituents of living organisms. – Karl Landsteiner
  8. Christians were regarded as separated from society and therefore destructive of the Greco -Roman way of life. – Kenneth Scott Latourette
  9. I have always regarded global development as a struggle between the forces of good and evil. Not to be simplified as a struggle between Jesus and Satan, since I do not consider that the process is restricted to our own sphere of culture. – Alva Myrdal
  10. But God, who is the beginning of all things, is not to be regarded as a composite being, lest perchance there should be found to exist elements prior to the beginning itself, out of which everything is composed, whatever that be which is called composite. – Origen
  11. It has long been known for sure that the sight of tasty food makes a hungry man's mouth water; also lack of appetite has always been regarded as an undesirable phenomenon, from which one might conclude that appetite is essentially linked with the process of digestion. – Ivan Pavlov
  12. My own early experiences in war led me to suspect the value of discipline, even in that sphere where it is so often regarded as the first essential for success. – Herbert Read
  13. Quantity in food is more to be regarded than quality. A full meal is a great enemy both to study and industry. – Samuel Richardson
  14. I never regarded my pictures as very much to be proud of, except in this, the craft, the style. – Douglas Sirk
  15. Mathematical reasoning may be regarded rather schematically as the exercise of a combination of two facilities, which we may call intuition and ingenuity. – Alan Turing

Usage examples for Regarded

  1. The Young Doctor regarded her with a strange, new interest and a puzzled surprise. – You Never Know Your Luck, Complete Being The Story Of A Matrimonial Deserter by Gilbert Parker Last Updated: March 14, 2009
  2. She regarded him furiously. – Anthony Lyveden by Dornford Yates
  3. As we should stand at a certain distance to view objects, so we should also stand at a distance to observe society; each has its proper point of view from which it should be regarded – Reflections Or, Sentences and Moral Maxims by Francois Duc De La Rochefoucauld
  4. Perhaps not, replied Sprague, and yet I have never known how you regarded my action in the matter. – The Man Who Rose Again by Joseph Hocking
  5. Whatever was true as regarded the balance of right between these two, there was no doubt as to the fact that this man was not to be trusted under temptation. – Cynthia Wakeham's Money by Anna Katharine Green
  6. She quite forgot what she had been going to say, and for a moment or so regarded the fire quite gravely. – "Le Monsieur De La Petite Dame" by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  7. This was his whole experience in New England, which ever afterwards he regarded as particularly his discovery, and spoke of as one of his children, Virginia being the other. – Captain John Smith by Charles Dudley Warner Last Updated: February 22, 2009
  8. But there was neither voice, nor any to answer, nor any that regarded – The Approach to Philosophy by Ralph Barton Perry
  9. They regarded him for a moment in awkward silence, not knowing what to do or say. – Barriers Burned Away by E. P. Roe
  10. She was most pleased by the evident respect and admiration with which the other two regarded her husband. – The Loudwater Mystery by Edgar Jepson
  11. It was not just that the two soldiers regarded the boys as enemies, either. – Tom Slade with the Boys Over There by Percy K. Fitzhugh
  12. Lyman regarded him with a cool smile. – Old Ebenezer by Opie Read
  13. He lifted his head and regarded her. – The Wide Awake Girls in Winsted by Katharine Ellis Barrett
  14. We have regarded the substance, not the form. – Orthodoxy: Its Truths And Errors by James Freeman Clarke
  15. It may be regarded as the Sun's atmosphere. – Astronomy for Amateurs by Camille Flammarion
  16. Leisure- which she had all her life regarded as a right, no more to be considered than water or air- was hers no longer. – The Privet Hedge by J. E. Buckrose
  17. This matter may be regarded as the most important of all. – The Inside Story Of The Peace Conference by Emile Joseph Dillon
  18. Patrolman Willis regarded him with an odd expression. – A Matter of Importance by William Fitzgerald Jenkins
  19. Lady Delahaye regarded me with cold surprise. – The Master Mummer by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  20. Dryfoos, he could see, thought he was doing all his invited guests a favor; and while he stood in a certain awe of them as people of much greater social experience than himself, regarded them with a kind of contempt, as people who were going to have a better dinner at his house than they could ever afford to have at their own. – A Hazard of New Fortunes by William Dean Howells