One cannot ascertain the exact amount of injury inflicted by the sword-cut.
One wound the partition would undoubtedly have inflicted, a wound on the Castilian pride.
No matter how many defeats are inflicted upon us by our own brethren we'll triumph in the end."
I seized him, when, in his fright at my violence, he inflicted a slight wound upon my hand with his teeth.
"Oh, it's really Newland's story," said his mother smiling; and proceeded to rehearse once more the monstrous tale of the affront inflicted on Mrs. Lovell Mingott.
He crushed Johnston before Pemberton could get to him, and he flung Pemberton back into Vicksburg before Johnston could rally from the defeat which had been inflicted.
They become instantly sensible that no punishment is intended to be inflicted, and I have seen them lick the hand of the operator, as if grateful for what he was doing.
Such resistance as we can offer will but inflame them to fury, and all the horrors of a sack will be inflicted upon the inhabitants. There she is, poor lady, on the turret, gazing, as usual, seaward."
There is certainly something in angling--if we could forget, which anglers are apt to do, the cruelties and tortures inflicted on worms and insects--that tends to produce a gentleness of spirit and a pure serenity of mind.
Without appearing to indulge his personal resentment, Julian might easily confound the crime of the son and of the father; but he was reconciled by the distress of Marcellus, and the liberality of the emperor endeavored to heal the wound which had been inflicted by the hand of justice.