English words and Examples of Usage
use "bonhomie" in a sentence
It promises some of the finest acoust
ic sounds and an air of laid back bonhomie which is not to be missed.
I've come to dread the sound of her feet on the stairs, her beery breath, her drunken bonhomie, the way she pushes her fat fingers into my ribs.
In the morning Eric was chirpy
from spiritual bondage
, and bring them into spiritual freedom.
Bolland is noted by some for his use of bondage
imagery, although in a humorous self-referential comment, he quotes this "fact" (cite
d as from Wikipedia ), and states that he is "unsure" of the sentiment's accuracy.
As Davis reveals, "Although Montesquieu attacked the traditional justification for slavery, he conceded that the institution
would have a rational basis in a despot
ic state, whose subjects would better their lot
by selling themselves into bondage
." In the Epistle to the Romans St. Paul describes inanimate
nature, blighted by the primal curse, groaning in travail and anxiously awaiting its deliverance from bondage
Some critics interpret The Wizard of Oz as a political allegory
suggest the Winged Monkeys represent African-Americans, oppressed by an overbearing force and who are relieved to be free of that bondage
when the evil force is terminate
Many children were found to be victims of debt bondage
or forced labor, practices specifically banned by the United Nations and the ILO and condemned as contemporary forms of slavery.
Secretary of State William H. Seward commented, "We show our sympathy with slavery by emancipating slaves where we cannot reach them and holdin
g them in bondage
where we can set them free." For I acknowledge none of them to be really a book of mine, except perhaps the bondage
of the Will and the Catechism." Later, he reads an exam question that mentions Lord Jim and Of Human bondage
as other works he might have read.
is characterised by experimentation and ingenuity, and can be riskier then conventional bondage
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