How To Use Lord macaulay In A Sentence

  • Similar incidents carrying apprehension (as Lord Macaulay would say) to the breezy interiors of a thousand shanties on the same fatal morning, the domestic circle would know no name so expressive as _hrac_ for that fatal tube through which man, ingenious in illegitimate perversion, daily compels the innocent breath to discharge a plumbeous hail of rhetoric. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 06, No. 34, August, 1860
  • Poems like the poems of the English Lord Macaulay are, although in meter and rhyme, not poetry at all, but only rhetoric.
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