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beauties 2
beautified 1
beautiful 11
beauty 24
became 4
because 115
become 20
Frequency    [«  »]
25 subdued
25 temperate
24 able
24 beauty
24 clear
24 different
24 duty
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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beauty

   Book, Chapter
1 1, 4| is to commence. But the beauty of the country through which 2 1, 8| size, and excel them in beauty, is quite a distinct thing 3 2, 17| executed their works with equal beauty, that all nine pleased the 4 4, 7| this would have had its beauty: six separate clauses running 5 4, 7| is a touch of marvelous beauty not to say, "and they were 6 4, 12| necessity, to delight is a beauty, to persuade is a triumph." 7 4, 13| confession, and clothed in beauty of style, nothing remains 8 4, 14| chap. 14. Beauty of diction to be in keeping 9 4, 14| been spent by men on the beauty of expression here spoken 10 4, 19| works, what a field for beauty and splendour of language 11 4, 20| kinds of speech of great beauty, beautiful even in our language, 12 4, 20| makes it seize upon any beauty of expression that comes 13 4, 20| subject with both power and beauty: "We know," he says, "that 14 4, 21| has in view demands, not beauty of diction, nor the swaying 15 4, 21| judiciously, pointedly, and with beauty and power of expression, 16 4, 25| aims at, viz., to please by beauty of expressions, is not in 17 4, 25| instruct or persuade them, beauty of style may have its influence 18 4, 25| temperate style we must use beauty of expression not for ostentation, 19 4, 26| should aim at perspicuity, beauty, and persuasiveness~ 20 4, 26| eloquence, viz. perspicuity, beauty of style, and persuasive 21 4, 26| peculiar to the subdued style, beauty to the temperate, and persuasive 22 4, 26| arrest attention by some beauty of style? And if he be not 23 4, 26| qualities, perspicuity, beauty, and persuasiveness, are 24 4, 26| sought in this style also; beauty, of course, being its primary


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