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31 Underfed Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Underfed Sayings By Lucretius: Vineyards and shining harvests, pastures, arbors, And all this our very utmost toil Can hardly Vineyards and shining harvests, pastures, arbors,
And all this our very utmost toil
Can hardly care for, we wear down our strength
Whether in oxen or in men, we dull
The edges of our ploughshares, and in return
Our fields turn mean and stingy, underfed,
And so today the farmer shakes his head,
More and more often sighing that his work,
The labour of his hands, has come to naught. — Lucretius
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Underfed Sayings By Ta-Nehisi Coates: What did it mean to, as our elders told us, "grow up and be somebody"? What did it mean to, as our elders told us, "grow up and be somebody"? And what precisely did this have to do with an education rendered as rote discipline? — Ta-Nehisi Coates
Underfed Sayings By Jennifer Lawrence: I'm never going to starve myself for a part. I don't want little girls to I'm never going to starve myself for a part. I don't want little girls to be like, 'Oh, I want to look like Katniss, so I'm going to skip dinner.' That's something I was really conscious of during training, when you're trying to get your body to look exactly right. I was trying to get my body to look fit and strong-not thin and underfed. — Jennifer Lawrence
Underfed Sayings By LeAnn Rimes: Even one kid going hungry in America is one too many. How can we stand Even one kid going hungry in America is one too many. How can we stand by when the reality is that there are more than 12 million underfed children in the U.S.? We can make a difference. — LeAnn Rimes
Underfed Sayings By Christine Jennings: The fatal flaw of most utopian visions is that they're fundamentally static, and that's not The fatal flaw of most utopian visions is that they're fundamentally static, and that's not a comfortable place for humans to live. Fourier was very good at imagining a utopia that is constantly changing and very busy, but a vision of paradise that would have been most tantalizing to an underfed overworked factory worker in 1840 doesn't have much appeal in fiction because it's not a story. — Christine Jennings
Underfed Sayings By Albert Schweitzer: For animals that are overworked, underfed, and cruelly treated; for all wistful creatures in captivity For animals that are overworked, underfed, and cruelly treated; for all wistful creatures in captivity that beat their wings against bars; for any that are hunted or lost or deserted or frightened or hungry; for all that must be put to death ... and for those who deal with them we ask a heart of compassion and gentle hands and kindly words. — Albert Schweitzer
Underfed Sayings By Evie Jayne: He'd been young when he'd been turned, maybe late twenties. He looked tough, sinewy and He'd been young when he'd been turned, maybe late twenties. He looked tough, sinewy and strong, with close cropped sable hair and a sinfully full mouth. Yes, beautiful. Stunning, in fact.
He stared at Luna with hunger in the depths of his ice blue eyes. Even looking worn and underfed, the vampire radiated a wild danger that sent a thrill through her entire body.

What the hell! Shocked and angry with her irritatingly female reaction, she glared at the offending vampire, not bothering to disguise her loathing. Who was this freaking leech, and what was he doing to her?

- Lunacy and the Vampire by Evie Jayne — Evie Jayne
Underfed Sayings By Jason Epstein: Authors, I would soon learn, sometimes bite when their egos are underfed. Authors, I would soon learn, sometimes bite when their egos are underfed. — Jason Epstein
Underfed Sayings By Chris Hemsworth: Each time you put the muscle back on, your body has that muscle memory and Each time you put the muscle back on, your body has that muscle memory and wants to hang on to it, so you just have be well underfed and over-trained to get it off and it's exhausting. — Chris Hemsworth
Underfed Sayings By Susan Hubbard: He said that academia reminded him of a badly run circus. The faculty members were He said that academia reminded him of a badly run circus. The faculty members were like underfed animals
weary of their cages, which were never large enough to begin with
and they responded sluggishly to the whip. The trapeze artists fell with monotonous regularity into poorly strung nets. The clowns looked hungry. The tent leaked. The crowd was inattentive, shouting incoherently at inappropriate moments. And when the show was over, no one cheered. — Susan Hubbard
Underfed Sayings By Jamie McGuire: Your brother Trent. And Travis. And you're Thomas. Who am I missing? Tiger and Toadstool? Your brother Trent. And Travis. And you're Thomas. Who am I missing? Tiger and Toadstool? — Jamie McGuire
Underfed Sayings By Ken Follett: But her angry feminism had set as hard as concrete during years of living alongside But her angry feminism had set as hard as concrete during years of living alongside the tough, hardworking, dirt-poor women of London's East End. Men often told a fairy tale in which there was a division of labor in families, the man going out to earn money, the woman looking after home and children. Reality was different. Most of the women Ethel knew worked twelve hours a day and looked after home and children as well. Underfed, overworked, living in hovels, and dressed in rags, they could still sing songs and laugh and love their children. In Ethel's view one of those women had more right to vote than any ten men. — Ken Follett
Underfed Sayings By Charles Dickens: Arthur Clennam came to a squeezed house, with a ramshackle bowed front, little dingy windows, Arthur Clennam came to a squeezed house, with a ramshackle bowed front, little dingy windows, and a little dark area like a damp waistcoat-pocket, which he found to be number twenty-four, Mews Street, Grosvenor Square. — Charles Dickens
Underfed Sayings By Jose Ortega Y Gasset: The individual point of view is the only point of view from which one is The individual point of view is the only point of view from which one is able to look at the world in its truth. — Jose Ortega Y Gasset
Underfed Sayings By George Orwell: Would it not be better if they spent more money on wholesome things like oranges Would it not be better if they spent more money on wholesome things like oranges and wholemeal bread or if they even, like the writer of the letter to the New Statesman, saved on fuel and ate their carrots raw? Yes, it would, but the point is that no ordinary human being is ever going to do such a thing. The ordinary human being would sooner starve than live on brown bread and raw carrots. And the peculiar evil is this, that the less money you have, the less inclined you feel to spend it on wholesome food. A millionaire may enjoy breakfasting off orange juice and Ryvita biscuits; an unemployed man doesn't. Here the tendency of which I spoke at the end of the last chapter comes into play. When you are unemployed, which is to say when you are underfed, harassed, bored, and miserable, you don't want to eat dull wholesome food. You want something a little bit 'tasty'. There is always some cheaply pleasant thing to tempt you. — George Orwell
Underfed Sayings By George Orwell: The reality was decaying, dingy cities, where underfed people shuffled to and fro in leaky The reality was decaying, dingy cities, where underfed people shuffled to and fro in leaky shoes, in patched-up nineteenth-century houses — George Orwell
Underfed Sayings By Marcus Rediker: It was on old joke among underfed, angry sailors that should mutiny fail, the weight It was on old joke among underfed, angry sailors that should mutiny fail, the weight of their bodies would not be enough to hang them. — Marcus Rediker
Underfed Sayings By Victor Valle: Industry, the "enigmatic municipality, [that] sprawls across the map of the San Gabriel Valley like Industry, the "enigmatic municipality, [that] sprawls across the map of the San Gabriel Valley like an underfed dragon — Victor Valle
Underfed Sayings By Donna Tartt: For Hobie, who sorrowed over these elegant old remnants as if they were underfed children For Hobie, who sorrowed over these elegant old remnants as if they were underfed children or mistreated cats, it was a point of duty to rescue what he could and then with his gifts as carpenter and joiner to recombine them into beautiful young Frankensteins that were in some cases plainly fanciful but in others such faithful models of the period that they were all but indistinguishable from the real thing. p452 — Donna Tartt
Underfed Sayings By Alexis Hall: You do know you're one of the hot ones, right? You could have any dom You do know you're one of the hot ones, right? You could have any dom in this room if you looked marginally more approachable than an underfed piranha having a bad day. — Alexis Hall
Underfed Sayings By Barbara Kingsolver: 800 million people are chronically underfed (6 will die of hunger-related causes while you read 800 million people are chronically underfed (6 will die of hunger-related causes while you read this article), it's because they lack money and opportunity, not because food is unavailable in their countries. — Barbara Kingsolver
Underfed Sayings By Susan Ee: I make a show of lifting him and puttinghim into the chair, grunting and staggering I make a show of lifting him and putting
him into the chair, grunting and staggering as though he's terribly heavy. I want the watchers to think the angel is as heavy as he looks, because maybe then they'll conclude that I'm stronger and tougher than I look in my underfed five-foot-two frame.
Is that the beginning of an amused grin
forming on the angel's face?
Whatever it is, it turns into a grimace of pain as I dump him into the chair. — Susan Ee
Underfed Sayings By William Gaddis: Neighborhood folk still came, in small vanquished numbers and mostly in the afternoon, before the Neighborhood folk still came, in small vanquished numbers and mostly in the afternoon, before the two small dining rooms and the bar were taken over by the educated classes, an ill-dressed, underfed, overdrunken group of squatters with minds so highly developed that they were excused from good manners, tastes so refined in one direction that they were excused for having none in any other, emotions so cultivated that the only aberration was normality, all afloat here on sodden pools of depravity calculated only to manifest the pricelessness of what they were throwing away, the three sexes in two colors, a group of people all mentally and physically the wrong size. — William Gaddis
Underfed Sayings By Amin Maalouf: It's not often in life that you can misbehave for the good of the cause It's not often in life that you can misbehave for the good of the cause — Amin Maalouf
Underfed Sayings By Johnny Depp: I toyed with the idea of what it might be like to live with some I toyed with the idea of what it might be like to live with some species of heatstroke that maybe didn't go away all that quickly. He's a pirate, which is about rum, sodomy and the lash, isn't it? So, to be able to keep things like that in my head, when I'm going to do a film for Disney, I'd been through the ringer. That was like infiltrating the enemy camp. I wasn't able to stop smiling. — Johnny Depp
Underfed Sayings By Maggie Stiefvater: I'm overfull on secrets and underfed on friends. I'm overfull on secrets and underfed on friends. — Maggie Stiefvater
Underfed Sayings By George Orwell: Twenty million people are underfed but literally everyone in England has access to a radio. Twenty million people are underfed but literally everyone in England has access to a radio. What we have lost in food we have gained in electricity. Whole sections of the working class who have been plundered of all they really need are being compensated, in part, by cheap luxuries which mitigate the surface of life.

Do you consider all this desirable? No, I don't. But it may be that the psychological adjustment which the working class are visibly making is the best they could make in the circumstances. They have neither turned revolutionary nor lost their self-respect; merely they have kept their tempers and settled down to make the best of things on a fish-and-chip standard. The alternative would be God knows what continued agonies of despair; or it might be attempted insurrections which, in a strongly governed country like England, could only lead to futile massacres and a regime of savage repression. — George Orwell
Underfed Sayings By Saint Francis De Sales: The spirit cannot endure the body when overfed, but, if underfed, the body cannot endure The spirit cannot endure the body when overfed, but, if underfed, the body cannot endure the spirit. — Saint Francis De Sales
Underfed Sayings By Fritz Sauckel: Slaves who are underfed, diseased, resentful, despairing, and filled with hate will never yield that Slaves who are underfed, diseased, resentful, despairing, and filled with hate will never yield that maximum of output which they might achieve under normal conditions. — Fritz Sauckel
Underfed Sayings By Simon Mainwaring: More than ever before, consumers have the ability to unify their voices and coalesce their More than ever before, consumers have the ability to unify their voices and coalesce their buying power to influence corporate behaviors. — Simon Mainwaring
Underfed Sayings By Peter F. Drucker: One cannot hire a hand - the whole man always comes with it, One cannot hire a hand - the whole man always comes with it, — Peter F. Drucker