Usage examples for Transplants

  1. But our Master gives us from time to time just such rare flowers of promise for a short season, then quietly transplants them into His safe keeping from the bitter blasts of life's stormy weather. – Sixty Years of California Song by Margaret Blake-Alverson
  2. It is essentially the nature of Christianity that it transplants man into a new world over against the world that is nearest to our hands; it has planted the fundamental conviction of Platonism of the existence of an Eternal Order over against the world of Time amongst a great portion of the human race, and has given a mighty impetus to all effort. – An Interpretation of Rudolf Eucken's Philosophy by W. Tudor Jones
  3. Memory transplants me from the coach and scarlet livery straight to my place of imprisonment. – The Adventures of Harry Richmond, Complete by George Meredith Last Updated: March 7, 2009
  4. These last she transplants from the shrubbery, not to fill up the village garden, as it is called, with any thing that is of no positive use. – Coelebs In Search of a Wife by Hannah More
  5. Excellence grows in all climes, transplants to none: the palm luxuriates only in the tropics, the Alp- rose only beside eternal snows. – Literary and General Lectures and Essays by Charles Kingsley
  6. Shalmanesar takes this city, transplants the inhabitants to Assyria, and calls it Kar- Salmanassar. – The History of Antiquity, Vol. II (of VI) by Max Duncker
  7. The spreading boughs, with their perfect contour and emerald depths of light and shadow, suggest a typical picture of that unfading Tree of Life in the midst of the earthly Paradise, round which the passing ages weave innumerable dreams, while faith transplants it to a fairer Garden than that of Eden. – Through the Malay Archipelago by Emily Richings
  8. From the wayside yon drooping flower I bore; Warm'd at my heart- its root grew to the core, Dear as its kindred bloom seen through the bar By some long- thrall'd, and loneliest prisoner- Now comes the garden's Lord, transplants the flower, And spoils the dungeon to enrich the bower? – The Poetical Works of Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton, Bart. M.P. by Edward Bulwer Lytton
  9. Regeneration should take care of most of it, but you might need transplants. – Attrition by Jim Wannamaker
  10. Helen wants a regular village of every kind that she transplants. – Ethel Morton's Enterprise by Mabell S.C. Smith