Usage examples for rendering

  1. As to the palace of the King of Rome, he may forget his personal interest, and think only of rendering the structure as convenient as possible. – NAPOLEON AND BLUCHER by L. Muhlbach
  2. Without rendering myself any account of it, I turn round and go straight up to the lady, look her in the face, and bow. – Hunger by Knut Hamsun
  3. The essay on Thinking for Oneself is a rendering of certain remarks under the heading Selbstdenken. – The Art of Literature by Arthur Schopenhauer
  4. It would be rendering us such a service- No, it is impossible. – Fruitfulness Fecondite by Emile Zola
  5. It is from these versions that I have cited, except in a few cases where I preferred a more literal rendering of certain words. – Primitive Love and Love-Stories by Henry Theophilus Finck
  6. Another rendering by the Rev. – Great Masters in Painting: Perugino by George C. Williamson
  7. I do not think my dear innocent Sybil was able fully to appreciate the danger of her position, even as she stood before the rendering of that false and fatal verdict, she was so strong in her sense of innocence. – Cruel As The Grave by Mrs. Emma D. E. N. Southworth
  8. The rendering is line for line, and often word for word, but whenever a choice lay between expressing the letter and the spirit of the original, the latter has been considered of the first importance. – Vidyapati Bangiya Padabali Songs of the love of Radha and Krishna by Vidyapati Thakura
  9. Only one still lived, a club having dealt him a glancing blow aside the head, laying his flesh open in a great gash and rendering him senseless. – Warrior of the Dawn by Howard Carleton Browne
  10. Whilst, therefore, those risks might well be run in support of a real, strenuous, and powerful endeavour to wrench the coast- line from the enemy's grasp, the Admiralty felt that the Navy could not afford to sacrifice strength in hanging about day after day exposed to such risks, in the sole hope of rendering some slight help to an attack which had no great or decisive object in view. – 1914 by John French, Viscount of Ypres
  11. He has endeavoured to add to this testimony of his regard by rendering your household as complete as wealth and forethought could make it. – Across the Zodiac by Percy Greg
  12. Some of the wives of the sturdy settlers, indeed, actually exhibited a species of stern courage that would have done credit to soldiers; appearing in the court, armed, and otherwise rendering themselves useful. – Satanstoe by James Fenimore Cooper
  13. The work must be held by end pressure; hence the chuck or holding jaws must be narrower than the work, rendering necessary more work- holding devices. – Modern Machine-Shop Practice, Volumes I and II by Joshua Rose
  14. But, in general, the Spanish- American " vacqueros," or cattle- herds, treat the cattle under their charge with much cruelty, and this has the effect of rendering them savage. – Popular Adventure Tales by Mayne Reid
  15. It is much easier to learn than Latin or German, but still it has to be learned; so we shall have to listen to the thought of these poets in the language of our own day, allowing ourselves now and then the use of words or expressions which it is fair to employ in rendering old poetry or prose, though we do not use them in ordinary speech or writing. – Our Catholic Heritage in English Literature of Pre-Conquest Days by Emily Hickey
  16. The flowers are produced for several months of the year, but are at their best about mid- November, thus rendering the shrub of still further value. – Hardy Ornamental Flowering Trees and Shrubs by A. D. Webster
  17. Possibly; but it's the true rendering after all. – The Bramleighs Of Bishop's Folly by Charles James Lever
  18. The artist who first truly understood the rendering of light is also the workman whose shadows are the deepest in every scene he drew. – The Story of Rouen by Sir Theodore Andrea Cook
  19. He stood rooted, was carried back again in imagination to a great artiste's rendering of that story of fierce passion and aching desire so brilliantly enacted under the white sunbeat of a country of cloudless skies. – Wyoming, a Story of the Outdoor West by William MacLeod Raine
  20. Could he have recognized the situation without rendering it worse? – Bride of the Mistletoe by James Lane Allen