ceaseless energy

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  • Her ceaseless energy had always before found an outlet in her work. Cited from O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1920, by Various
  • There is nothing but a ceaseless energy without; a night terrible as hell within. Cited from AE in the Irish Theosophist,George William Russell
  • He thought of San Giacinto himself, of his ceaseless energy and of the great position he was building up. Cited from Don Orsino, by F. Marion Crawford
  • And it was going to be a wonderful Ireland, too, with the best of the old and ceaseless energy of the new. Cited from Peg O' My Heart, by J. Hartley Manners
  • He was a man of ceaseless energy, a builder of roads, of houses, and canoes. Cited from White Shadows in the South Seas, by Frederick O'Brien
  • With ceaseless energy and unfailing tact, he was the head and heart of every undertaking. Cited from Russell H. Conwell, by Agnes Rush Burr
  • There were all Hugh's manuscripts and notes, his books of sermons, all the written evidences of his ceaseless energy. Cited from Hugh, by Arthur Christopher Benson
  • They were accompanied by the appearances of fiery orbs like beryl stones, revolving in all directions with ceaseless energy. Cited from Creation and Its Records, by B.H. Baden-Powell
  • Bernard is devoting rare talents, ceaseless energy, abundant tenderness to the winning of souls to God. Cited from Up in Ardmuirland, by Michael Barrett
  • All the birds were asleep save the untiring whippoorwill, who presented his plea for the castigation of the unhappy William with ceaseless energy. Cited from Queen Hildegarde, by Laura Elizabeth Howe Richards
  • France was reduced to submission; six years of power had sufficed for Richelieu to obtain the mastery; from that moment he directed his ceaseless energy towards Europe. Cited from A Popular History of France From The Earliest Times, V.5 of 6, by Guizot
  • They had allowed this fiend to murder slaves at his will, but no sooner had the slaves turned on and killed their master than ceaseless energy and resolution were displayed in punishing those who slew him. Cited from Black Ivory, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • Night after night until long past midnight my devoted wife, with ceaseless energy, would apply every few moments hot applications to relieve the cruel pains, until finally I would fall asleep for a few hours' rest. Cited from The Romance and Tragedy, William Ingraham Russell
  • Won by the magic of his name and the ceaseless energy of his action, the hardy youth of the Northwest, flocked into St. Louis, eager to share his labors and his glory. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 9, No. 51, January, 1862, by Various
  • If it forbade Griffin to ask or receive favors from those who were able and willing to help him, it thereby conferred self-independence and ceaseless energy, the constant forerunners of inevitable success. Cited from Donahoe's Magazine, Volume 15, No. 1, January 1886, by Various
  • She was an adroit flatterer, with a temper imperturbable, and gifted with a ceaseless energy of conferring slight obligations. Cited from Coningsby, by Benjamin Disraeli
  • So she sat alone this hot afternoon, haunted by presentiments, by vague terror for herself and him; while the child tottered about her, cooing, shouting, kissing, and all impulsively, with a ceaseless energy, like her father. Cited from Robert Elsmere, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • Nothing upon the earth compares in majesty and menace to these dull-eyed monsters of bygone ages; nothing save the roots of mountains can serve to check them; nothing less than the ceaseless energy of mighty rivers can sweep away their shattered fragments. Cited from The Iron Trail, by Rex Beach
  • Since the siege began, Wolfe had passed with ceaseless energy from camp to camp, animating the troops, observing everything, and directing everything; but now the pale face and tall lean form were seen no more, and the rumor spread that the General was dangerously ill. Cited from Montcalm and Wolfe, by Francis Parkman
  • The young porter, whom he had named Rollo, was already going down the mountain at a smart run, and Jacques was on the ice-slope wielding his axe with ceaseless energy and effect, while Lawrence held the rope to which he was attached, and descended the rude and giddy staircase behind him. Cited from Rivers of Ice, by R.M. Ballantyne