I was training and supporting the victim for the altar; rescuing from death only to sacrifice him with more bloody rites and a cruellerspirit of immolation.
And tell me what is crueller Than a wicked woman's will?
It was simply a question of nerves with him, and whenever he knew beforehand that he was expected to speak extempore the strain upon him was crueller than man can tell.
The strain imposed now upon a body weakened by the past year's privations and anxiety could not have been crueller if he had been under sentence of death; and, indeed, life or death seemed to his overwrought nerves to hang upon the issue.
Tis true, thou didst preserve me, and in that wert crueller than hardned murtherers of infants and their Mothers!
The ancient Spartan custom of killing weak-bodied children is not much crueller than that of propagating weak-minded ones.
Yet death iscrueller than life,' Once they said, 'for all the strife.
And now I know, what no one saith, That love is cruellerthan death.
If you never could have loved Mary, it is even more dreadful for me--for it is still crueller for Mary.
I am crueller to him than a tiger or any savage creature is to the victim she tears.
Could I be crueller than prison, and torture, and despair?
She must feel the tacit and even unconscious irony of his attitude towards her in her enterprise, and the finer her make the crueller and the more humiliating and disheartening this must be.
He was of the crueller intent because he had not known how much of personal vanity there was in the seriousness with which he took himself and his work.
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