She saw shrewdly that the world is quickly bored by the recital of misfortune, and willingly avoids the sight of distress.
saw, world, quickly, bored, recital, misfortune, willingly, avoids, sight
One can only call that youth healthful which refuses to be reconciled to old ways and which, foolishly or shrewdly, combats the old. This is nature’s charge and all progress hinges upon it.
One, can, call, youth, healthful, refuses, reconciled, old, ways
The instincts of man are so earth-bound that they shrewdly sense it whenever the approach of logic threatens them.
instincts, man, earthbound, sense, whenever, approach, logic, threatens
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