Restless Ambition

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This first-ever biography of American painter Grace Hartigan traces her rise from virtually self-taught painter to art-world fame, her plunge into obscurity after leaving New York to marry a scientist in Baltimore, and her constant efforts ...

Encyclop Dia Of Quotations

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Proud-crested fiend, the world's worst foe, ambition. Bloomfield. Quenchlesa.
there is a tire and motion of the soul, But once kindled, quenchless evermore.
Byron. Raging. much, the raging thirst of fame exceeds The generous warmth
that prompts to worthy deeds. Gqford. Bank. the empty shows and senseless
noise, And all that ranks ambition breeds. Cowley. Rash. Towns turned to ashes,
fanes involved in fire; These deeds the guilt of rash ambition tell. Fawkes.
Restless. restless ...

Book Of English Epithets Literal And Figurative

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Stanza 25, line l --- ambition, pestilent and pale. . MAsoN. Poems, El. 1. l. 13,
E. P. XVIII. 19. 334 —— plotting ambition - . Poole. English Parnassus, page 49
Ambition, thou powerful source of good and ill. YouNg. Night Thoughts, N. vi. line
399 Proud ambition is but a beggar — . DANIEL. Musophilus or D. of L. line 587
Proud-crested. Proud-crested fiend, the world's worst foe, ambition. Bloom FIELD,
Rural Tales, p. 81, Ballad, St. x1. Quenchless Raging . Rank . . Rash . . Restless "
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Book Of English Epithets Literal And Figurative With Elementary Remarks And Minute References To Authorities

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These deeds the guilt of rash ambition tell. . FAwREs. On the Peace, l. 53, P. C.
Vol. I. 114 Restless ". . restless ambition, never at a stand. . DANIEL. Chorus from
Philotas, E. P. III. p. 580 Ruthless . . ambition, restless, ruthless fiend. . PARLBY.
Revenge, Act III. Scene 1. line 130 Sacred ... O sacred hunger of ambitious
mindes. - . SPENSER. Faery Queen, Book V. Canto x11. l. 1. Self-will'd .
Senseless . Dungeons and thrones, which the same hour refill'd As heretofore;
because ambition ...

Many Thoughts Of Many Minds

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AMBITION. AMBITION. much the raging thirst of fame, exceeds The generous
warmth, that prompt* to worthy deeds. Gilford. Rant. empty shows, and senseless
noise, And all that rank ambition breeds Cowley. Rath. Towns turned to ashes,
fanes involved in fire ! These deeds the guilt of rash ambition tell. Fawkes. Ratlets
. restless ambition, never at a stand. Daniel. Ruthless. ambition, restless, ruthless
fiend. Parlby. Sacred. 0 sacred hunger of ambitious mindes! Spenser. Stlf-wilCd.

Many Thoughts Of Many Minds Compiled By H Southgate

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AMBITION. AMBITION. Racing. □ much the raging thirst of fame, exceeds The
generous warmth, that prompts to worthy deeds. Oifford. Rank. - empty shows,
and senseless noise, And all that rank ambition breeds Coirfey. Rath. Towns
turned to ashes, faues involved in fire ! These deeds the guilt of rash ambition tell.
Fawkes. Ratios. restless ambition, never at a stand. Daniel. Rttkltu. ambition,
restless, ruthless fiend. Parlby. Sirred. O sacred hunger of ambitious mindes !
Spenser.

The Poets Offering For 1850

Author: Sarah Josepha Buell Hale
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l9 Ambition hath one heel nail'd in hell, Though she streteh her fingers to toueh
the heavens. Lilly's Midas. Ye gods ! what havoe does ambition make Among
your works ! Addison's Cato. How dost thou wear, and weary out thy days,
Restless ambition, never at an end ? Daniel's Philatas. Of all the passions whieh
possess the soul, None so disturbs vain mortals' minds, As vain ambition, whieh
so blinds The light of them, that nothing ean eontrol, Nor eurb their thoughts who
will aspire ...

A Complete Dictionary Of Poetical Quotations

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Ambition hath one heel nail'd in hell, Though she streteh her fingers to toueh the
heavens. Lilly's Midas. Ye gods ! what havoe does ambition make Among your
works ! Addison's Cato. How dost thou wear, and weary out thy days, Restless
ambition, never at an end ? Daniel's Philotas. Of all the passions whieh possess
the soul, None so disturbs vain mortals' minds, As vain ambition, whieh so blinds
The light of them, that nothing ean eontrol, Nor eurb their thoughts who will aspire
 ...

Dictionary Of Poetical Quotations

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u Ambition hath one heel nail'd in hell, Though she stretch her fingers to touch
the heavens. Lilly's Midas. Ye gods! what havoc does ambition make Among your
works! Addiao'n's Cato. How dost thou wear, and weary out thy days, Restless
ambition, never at an end? Daniel'a Phihlal. Of all the passions which possess
the soul, None so disturbs vain mortals' minds, As vain ambition, which so blinds
The light of them, that nothing can control, Nor curb their thoughts who will aspire;
This ...

A Complete Dictionary Of Poetical Quotations Comprising The Most Excellent And Appropriate Passages In The Old British Poets

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AMBITION. 19 Ambition hath one heel nail'd in hell, Though she stretch her
fingers to touch the heaLilly's Midas. Ye gods: what havoc does ambition make
Among your works! Vens. Addison's Cato. IIow dost thou wear, and weary out thy
days, Restless ambition, never at an end ? Daniel's Philotas. Of all the passions
which possess the soul, None so disturbs vain mortals' minds, As vain ambition,
which so blinds The light of them, that nothing can control, Nor curb their thoughts
who ...