Unsounded Famous Quotes & Sayings

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7 Unsounded Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Unsounded Sayings By Annie Proulx: He had a feel for silence, for leading to an unsounded note the listener yearned He had a feel for silence, for leading to an unsounded note the listener yearned for ... — Annie Proulx
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Unsounded Sayings By Herman Melville: Swerve me? The path to my fixed purpose is laid with iron rails, whereon my Swerve me? The path to my fixed purpose is laid with iron rails, whereon my soul is grooved to run. Over unsounded gorges, through the rifled hearts of mountains, under torrents' beds, unerringly I rush! Naught's an obstacle, naught's an angle to the iron way! — Herman Melville
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Unsounded Sayings By Ashley Cope: (after Quigley explains that the ghosts have been feeding off of their misery)Toma: So, what, (after Quigley explains that the ghosts have been feeding off of their misery)
Toma: So, what, we should think happy thoughts?!
Duane: That is not a talent of mine. — Ashley Cope
Unsounded Sayings By Herman Melville: That unsounded ocean you gasp in, is Life; those sharks, your foes; those spades, your That unsounded ocean you gasp in, is Life; those sharks, your foes; those spades, your friends; and what between sharks and spades you are in a sad pickle and peril, poor lad. — Herman Melville
Unsounded Sayings By Edith Wharton: But it was one of those moments when neither seemed to speak deliberately, when an But it was one of those moments when neither seemed to speak deliberately, when an indwelling voice in each called to the other across unsounded depths of feeling. — Edith Wharton
Unsounded Sayings By Charlotte Bronte: I wrestled with my own resolution: I wanted to be weak that I might avoid I wrestled with my own resolution: I wanted to be weak that I might avoid the awful passage of further suffering I saw laid out for me; and Conscience, turned tyrant, held Passion by the throat, told her tauntingly, she had yet but dipped her dainty foot in the slough, and swore that with that arm of iron he would thrust her down to unsounded depths of agony. — Charlotte Bronte
Unsounded Sayings By Victor Hugo: I believe that pity is a law like justice, and that kindness is a duty I believe that pity is a law like justice, and that kindness is a duty like uprightness. That which is weak has a right to the kindness and pity of that which is strong. In the relations of man with the animals ... there is a great ethic, scarcely perceived as yet, which will at length break through into the light, and which will be the corollary and the complement to humans ethics. Are there not here unsounded depths for the thinker? Is one to think oneself mad because one has the sentiment of universal pity in one's heart? — Victor Hugo