Sentences Containing 'remnant'
The battered remnant of the marble monument has been removed to the National Cemetery.
The assize of bread is, so far as I know, the only remnant of this ancient usage.
Spend not the remnant of thy days in thoughts and fancies concerning other men, when it is not in relation to some common good, when by it thou art hindered from some other better work.
After twelve generations, the proportion of blood, to use a common expression, from one ancestor, is only 1 in 2048; and yet, as we see, it is generally believed that a tendency to reversion is retained by this remnant of foreign blood.
And so, leaving the remnant of these damned souls still going hither and thither and moaning, as the day grew clearer, I tied some grass about my feet and limped on across smoking ashes and among black stems, that still pulsated internally with fire, towards the hiding-place of the Time Machine.
Next was Tashtego, an unmixed Indian from Gay Head, the most westerly promontory of Martha's Vineyard, where there still exists the last remnant of a village of red men, which has long supplied the neighboring island of Nantucket with many of her most daring harpooneers.
More Vocab Words::: raconteur - story-teller; one who tells stories with wit and skill
::: requisition - formal demand or request; Ex. requisition for more computing equipment; V.
::: concave - hollow; curved inwards; OP. convex
::: excise - cut away; cut out; N: government tax on good produced and used inside a country; N. excision
::: prosaic - lacking in imagination; dull and unimaginative; matter-of-fact(concerned with facts, not imagination or feelings); factual; CF. prose
::: materialism - preoccupation with physical comforts and things; excessive regard for worldly concerns (rather than spiritual matters)
::: acuity - sharpness (of mind or senses of sight or hearing)
::: humor - indulge; comply with the wishes of; N. quality that makes something amusing; state of mind; mood; Ex. in a bad humor; Ex. out of humor
::: jostle - shove; bump; push against (someone) rather roughly; Ex. jostled by the crowds
::: dregs - sediment in a liquid; lees; worthless residue