The beautiful beaches of Points Pedro and Pablo, where are the shrimp-catchers' villages, are made fearful by the stench from myriads of decaying fish, and against this wasteful
destruction it has ever been the duty of the fish patrol to act.
Yet, as being ofttimes noxious where they light On man, beast, plant, wasteful
and turbulent, Like turbulencies in the affairs of men, Over whose heads they roar, and seem to point, They oft fore-signify and threaten ill.
Thus, we learn the value of the coal we buy; we know to a tee the last penny of cost of every item of production, and we learn which firemen are the most wasteful
, which firemen, out of stupidity or carelessness, get the least out of the coal they fire.
And there about "the wasteful
woods and forest wide"** he wandered, gathering new life and strength, taking all a poet's joy in the beauty and the freedom of a country life, "for ylike to me was liberty and life,"** he says.
Dorothy packed the rest of the food back into the pail, so as not to be wasteful
of good things, and the yellow hen forgot her dignity far enough to pick up all of the scattered crumbs, which she ate rather greedily, although she had so lately pretended to despise the things that Dorothy preferred as food.
Pine-apples are here so abundant that the people eat them in the same wasteful
manner as we might turnips.
In regard to politics and even religion he evidently shared the opinion, bred in many of his contemporaries by the wasteful
strife of the previous generations, that beyond a few fundamental matters the good citizen should make no close scrutiny of details but rather render loyal support to the established institutions of the State, by which peace is preserved and anarchy restrained.
And of all means to regeneration Remorse is surely the most wasteful
You that are so wasteful
of your buttons," said I, "I can hardly think you would be a good judge of business.
She was possessed by some feverish excitement which made her distressingly loud when she laughed, and sinfully wasteful
and capricious in what she ate and drank at lunch.
It was trying to the courage and to the habits, but I had heard of these vast and naked fields, and I came hither to escape the wasteful
temper of my people.
said his wife, looking up in alarm; "it's very wasteful
, breaking the coal, and we've got hardly any large coal left, and I don't know where the rest is to come from.