Why then did the delicacy of Diogenes and Plato so recalcitrate against it? and wherefore, when we go about to make and plant a man, do we put out the candle? and for what reason is it, that all the parts thereof — the congredients — the preparations — the instruments, and whatever serves thereto, are so held as to be conveyed to a cleanly mind by no language, translation, or periphrasis whatever? —. From Wordnik.com. [The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman] Reference
While with his heels at all around he did recalcitrate. From Wordnik.com. [The Poems of Henry Van Dyke] Reference
While in Europe the same classes sometimes recalcitrate even against the supreme power, the American submits without a murmur to the authority of the pettiest magistrate. From Wordnik.com. [American Institutions and Their Influence] Reference
Whilst in Europe the same classes sometimes recalcitrate even against the supreme power, the American submits without a murmur to the authority of the pettiest magistrate. From Wordnik.com. [Democracy in America — Volume 1] Reference
Make fast, "and with the experience of three years 'training in seamanship, Shortie and his companions proceeded to make fast the recalcitrate Sally, and amidst hoots and yells calculated to sober up the most hopeless inebriate, they led her to her barn where Cicero read her the riot act as he fastened her in her stall. From Wordnik.com. [Peggy Stewart: Navy Girl at Home] Reference
Who are those who recalcitrate about jingoism?. From Wordnik.com. [The Complete Works of Brann the Iconoclast, Volume 12] Reference
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