ceaseless care

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  • If love and ceaseless care could make a child live, he should live. Cited from The Angel Adjutant, by Minnie L. Carpenter
  • Of her ceaseless care over her children's mind and soul training I have told you elsewhere. Cited from Catherine Booth, by Colonel Mildred Duff
  • The fourteen years of ceaseless care were quite genuinely forgotten, and she saw him in his strength and in his glory. Cited from The Old Wives' Tale, by Arnold Bennett
  • With purest mind and ceaseless care My sacrifices I prepare. Cited from Chinese Literature, by Anonymous
  • As I persisted in surviving, so did I become the heir to fresh torments from the ceaseless care of those by whom I was surrounded. Cited from Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 1, Complete, ed. by Sir Mark Lemon
  • Was she bound to speak out the very secret of her heart which she had spent her whole life in inducing Trevennack himself to bottle up with ceaseless care in his distracted bosom? Cited from Michael's Crag, by Grant Allen
  • It is your business to see that our face is imprinted on our coins, a reminder to our subjects of our ceaseless care on their behalf, and a memorial of our reign to future ages. Cited from The Letters of Cassiodorus, by Cassiodorus
  • Why should I speak of the ceaseless care, the suffering, and the hard toil, which made the first few months of Brita's life on this continent a mere continued struggle for existence? Cited from Tales From Two Hemispheres, Hjalmar Hjorth Boysen
  • He could not have told why he persisted in this strange wooing, for there had been but one response during the two years of his widowhood, while his child had been Marina's ceaseless care. Cited from A Golden Book of Venice, by Mrs. Lawrence Turnbull
  • The thought of their dingy Manchester rooms, of the ceaseless care and economy that would be necessary for their joint menage when Sarratt was gone, filled her with disgust. Cited from Missing, by Mrs. Humphry Ward [AKA: Mary Augusta Arnold Ward]
  • With the callousness of childhood, I scarcely realized the devotion and ceaseless care that she bestowed on us, and her untiring efforts to bring us up as beautifully as she could. Cited from The Story of My Life, by Ellen Terry
  • Remember that the antidote for despondency is the thought of the unwearied God who is doing the best He can for you, and whose ceaseless care neither slumbers nor sleeps. Cited from The World's Great Sermons, Volume 10 (of 10), Ed. by Grenville Kleiser
  • He watches over them with ceaseless care, freeing them from parasites, and warding off the attacks of would-be enemies who desire to devour them, even though the intruder be several times his own size. Cited from A Book of Natural History, by Various
  • The guardianship of a soul which he was responsible for bringing into the world was a ceaseless care, and in his anxiety to dedicate his son to God he became a harsh and unsympathetic parent. Cited from The Altar Steps, by Compton MacKenzie
  • He coiled himself about the hoard; and, with his restless eyes forever open, he gloated day after day upon his loved gold, and watched with ceaseless care that no one should come near to despoil him of it. Cited from Hero Tales, by James Baldwin
  • And he coiled himself about the hoard; and, with his restless eyes forever open, he gloated day after day upon his loved gold, and watched with ceaseless care that no one should come near to despoil him of it. Cited from The Story of Siegfried, by James Baldwin
  • Just at that time the Methodist Conference was held in Bristol, and Fletcher, who had returned to the ceaseless care of Mr. Ireland near by, was one day assisted by him into the assembly. Cited from Fletcher of Madeley, by Brigadier Margaret Allen
  • The "Intelligencer" could not, of course, help being aware of the weight which its opinions always carried among the thinking; but it has never betrayed any consciousness of its influence, unless in a ceaseless care to deserve respect. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 6, No. 36, October, 1860, by Various
  • Of Sarah's absolute devotion, of her ceaseless care by day, and her tireless watching by night, during the many long and weary months through which that precious life flickered, it is needless to speak. Cited from The Grimke Sisters, by Catherine H. Birney
  • Then to the woods the birds repair In pairs, prepared to woo A mate whose breast shall fondly share This world's huge load of ceaseless care Which grows so light when borne by two. Cited from The Poets and Poetry of Cecil County, Maryland, by Various
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