Търсене Изображения Карти YouTube Новини Gmail Диск Календар Още »
Вход
Книги Книги
" But, with submission, I think we may be better known by our looks than by our words, and that a man's speech is much more easily disguised than his countenance. In this case, however, I think the air of the whole face is much more expressive than the... "
The Literary Magazine, and American Register - Страница 377
под редакцията на - 1806
Пълен достъп - Информация за книгата

The Works of Joseph Addison: The Spectator, no. 1-314

Joseph Addison - 1837
...countenance. 4 In this case, however, I think the air of the whole face is much more expressive than the lines of it. The truth of it is, the air is generally nothing else but the ini ward disposition of the mind made visible. Those who have established physiognomy into an art,...

English Synonymes: With Copious Illustrations and Explanations : Drawn from ...

George Crabb - 1850 - 536 страници
...dej>ends altogether on the face and it» chances. „4<r marks any particular state of the mind ; ' The truth of it is, the air is generally nothing else...the inward disposition of the mind made visible.'— ADDIHON. Mien denotes any stale of the outward circumstances; ADMONITION, WARNING, CAUTION. admonition...

The Spectator

1853 - 742 страници
...countenance. In this case, however, I think the air of the whole face is much more expressive than the lines of it. The truth of it is, the air is generally nothing...features much more than the air Martial has a pretty epifam on this subject : Crine rubcr, nlger ore, brorte pede, lunrino Iwraa : Rem magnam pneotM, Zolle,...

The Works of Joseph Addison: Including the Whole Contents of Bp. Hurd ..., Том 4

Joseph Addison - 1854
...countenance. ' In this case, however, I think the air of the whole face is much more expressive than the lines of it : the truth of it is, the air is generally nothing...who have established physiognomy into an art, and kid down rules of judging men's tempers by their faces, have regarded the features much more than the...

The Works of Joseph Addison: Including the Whole Contents of Bp. Hurd ..., Том 4

Joseph Addison - 1854
...countenance. ' In this case, however, I think the air of the whole face is much more expressive than the lines of it : the truth of it is, the air is generally nothing else tut the inward disposition of the mind made visible. Those who have established physiognomy into an...

The Spectator

Joseph Addison - 1856
...much more expressive than the lines of it : the truth of it is, the iir is generally nothing clso bat the inward disposition of the mind made visible. Those...have regarded the features much more than the air. Mart ial has a pretty epigram on this subject. Crine ruber, niger ore, brevis pede, lumine Itesus;...

The Spectator [by J. Addison and others].

Spectator The - 1857
...countenance. In this case, however, 1 think the air of the whole face is much more expressive than the lines of it. The truth of it is, the air is generally nothing...judging men's tempers by their faces, have regarded the feature« much more than the air. Martial has a pretty epigram on this subject : Crine ruber. niger...

Friends for the fireside: recollections [&c.].

Anne Mathews - 1860
...turns to the face, which an accurate eye will observe ; and the truth of it is, that the air or mien is generally nothing else but the inward disposition of the mind made -visible. 'Tis not a lip or eye we beauty call, But the full force and joint result of all. Good nature will...

Addison's humorous essays, selected from the 'Spectator'.

Joseph Addison - 1863
...countenance. In this case, however, I think the air of the whole face is much more expressive than the lines of it. The truth of it is, the air is generally nothing...their faces, have regarded the features much more than tho air. Martial has a pretty epigram on this subject : " Thy beard and head are of a different dye...

A practical introduction to English composition on a new plan

John Daniel Morell - 1873
...involved. Some of the words are used in an absolute meaning. PHYSIOGNOMY. SPECTATOR, No. 86, ADDISON, 1711. THOSE who have established physiognomy into an art,...have regarded the features much more than the air. I have seen a very ingenious author on this subject who founds his speculations on the supposition,...




  1. Моята библиотека
  2. Помощ
  3. Разширено търсене на книги
  4. Изтегляне във формат ePub
  5. Изтеглете PDF файл