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Quotes of Whom

  1. I have been further enlightened by the conversation and correspondence of some illustrious Italians, whom I would gladly name, were I not afraid of exposing them to danger. – Edmond About
  2. Men who hold a theory of the Church which excludes from communion those whom they admit to have the Spirit of Christ simply proclaim that their theory is in flat contradiction to the spiritual fact. – Roland Allen
  3. Maybe it's legitimate criticism, though it can be hurtful. Maybe I haven't paid sufficient attention to the people with whom I would have a natural affinity as a liberal, and they feel let down by that. – Paddy Ashdown
  4. The best way to begin is to say: Balthus is a painter of whom nothing is known. And now let us have a look at his paintings. – Balthus
  5. For me to go back and to play for audiences some of whom have been following me for thirty years and some who have found me in the last five or six years, that's really an interesting thing. I have an audience that goes from kids to seventy year olds. – David Cassidy
  6. The poetry of heroism appeals irresistibly to those who don't go to a war, and even more to those whom the war is making enormously wealthy. It's always so. – Louis-Ferdinand Celine
  7. Two nations between whom there is no intercourse and no sympathy; who are as ignorant of each other's habits, thoughts, and feelings, as if they were dwellers in different zones, or inhabitants of different planets. The rich and the poor. – Benjamin Disraeli
  8. People to whom nothing has ever happened cannot understand the unimportance of events. – T. S. Eliot
  9. Anybody can put things together that belong together. to put things together that don't go together, and make it work, that takes genius like Mozart's. Yet he is presented in the play Amadeus as a kind of silly boy whom the gods loved. – Lukas Foss
  10. God saw fit, for wise reasons to allow the people of Israel thus to make and possess slaves; but is this any license to us to enslave any of our fellow -men, to kill any of our fellow -men whom we please and are able to destroy, and take possession of their estates? – Samuel Hopkins
  11. A spirit, breathing the language of independence, is natural to Englishmen, few of whom are disposed to brook compulsion, or submit to the dictates of others, when not softened by reason, or tempered with kindness. – Joseph Lancaster
  12. There are numerous cases of that, where one of our writers discovers another writer whom he likes, and we then take that book on. So it's a very close relationship. We can do that because we're so small. – James Laughlin
  13. We seldom call anybody lazy, but such as we reckon inferior to us, and of whom we expect some service. – Bernard de Mandeville
  14. Oh, the ignorance of us upon whom Providence did not sufficiently smile to permit us to be born in New England. – Horace Porter
  15. Do not share the knowledge with which you have been blessed with everyone in general, as you do with some people in particular; and know that there are some men in whom Allah, may He he glorified, has placed hidden secrets, which they are forbidden to reveal. – Ali ibn Abi Talib

Usage examples for Whom

  1. You are as little men as He on whom you called. ” – Selected Essays by Karl Marx
  2. “ I know that whom He loveth he chasteneth, and I can say, 'Thy will be done. ” – Words of Cheer for the Tempted, the Toiling, and the Sorrowing by T. S. Arthur
  3. “ Fentes, my very good friend, has not forgotten, no more than you have forgotten the death of your mother, whom you loved. ” – Invaders from the Infinite by John Wood Campbell
  4. Whom are we to believe? ” – The Spirit-Filled Life by John MacNeil Commentator: Andrew Murray
  5. There was no one there who loved him as she did whom he loved as he had loved her. ” – The Son of His Mother by Clara Viebig
  6. Whom came you from? ” – Clarissa, Volume 5 (of 9) by Samuel Richardson
  7. He is a friend whom I like. ” – Phineas Redux by Anthony Trollope
  8. There; when you get home, do you yourself ask her whom she loves. ” – The Bertrams by Anthony Trollope
  9. Whom should he talk to? ” – The Way of Decision by M. C. Pease
  10. Whom could it be? ” – Dorian by Nephi Anderson
  11. Whom shall I send for? ” – Entire PG Edition of The Works of William Dean Howells by William Dean Howells
  12. The set of men whom he found there were not of his sort. ” – Tom Brown at Oxford by Thomas Hughes
  13. “ I had no friend, no one to whom I could go. ” – The Birthright by Joseph Hocking
  14. Now whom shall we get? ” – Miss Billy by Eleanor H. Porter
  15. Whom does he love, then? ” – The Brother of Daphne by Dornford Yates
  16. However, she might ask one or two other people whom she ought to have asked before, " and have it over," as she said. ” – Janet's Love and Service by Margaret M Robertson
  17. Oh, of course, he's the man from whom I took the house. ” – The Simpkins Plot by George A. Birmingham
  18. Whom did you have there? ” – The Other Girls by Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney
  19. There is a man in this world whom I shall love, and who will love me. ” – Arms and the Woman by Harold MacGrath
  20. “ I shall always remember you as one with whom I could never again be afraid. ” – A Master's Degree by Margaret Hill McCarter

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