Sentence Examples


  • In place of the earlier supineness, the battle was now joined all along the line.
  • This solution was spoiled by the impatience of Garibaldi and the supineness of the Romans themselves.
  • Falaba which had been visited in 1869 by Winwood Reade on his journey to the Niger - came definitely under British protection, but Timbo, which is in Futa Jallon, was allowed to become French territory through the supineness of the home government.
  • The soil in them is of great fertility wherever it is irrigated, and despite the supineness of the Chinese authorities, irrigation is very extensively practised in nearly all the oases.
 
 

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