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"Control the fashion of your speech, I pray you, sir!" he said, with excessive haughtiness -- "The noble Laureate is my friend and host, -- I suffer no man to use his name unworthily in my presence!" ❋ Marie Corelli (1889)

Among which he ordained that none of this land should receive the order of knighthood, but only at Rome by the hands of the emperor, lest peradventure the rude people and unworthy would take upon them that order unworthily, which is of great dignity, and also they should make an oath never to rebel ne bear arms against the emperor, which statutes were used in all places obedient to Rome and under their subjection. ❋ 1230-1298 (1900)

Dr. Gene pointed out that the word in that verse is "unworthily" not "unworthy" -- an adverb, not an adjective -- it's about whether I approach the Lord's Table with a proper reverence and understanding of its significance. ❋ Unknown (2005)

The whole of the damnatory clause in the exhortation, from the word "unworthily" to "sundry kinds of death," is expunged. ❋ Henry A. Murray (N/A)

Even so, we may be sure that a young lady whose cheek burned not at sight of the letter she had sealed untidily -- 'unworthily' the Manual calls it -- would anon be blushing for her shamelessness. ❋ Max Beerbohm (1914)

Any who takes the bread without the wine, or the wine without the bread, "unworthily" communicates, and so "is guilty of Christ's body and blood"; for he disobeys Christ's express command to partake of both. ❋ Unknown (1871)

Omitting also "unworthily," with most of the oldest manuscripts, we must translate, "He that eateth and drinketh, eateth and drinketh judgment to himself, IF he discern not the body" (Heb 10: 29). ❋ Unknown (1871)

It will be noticed that not only is the word "unworthily" omitted, but also the word "Lord's." ❋ Unknown (1861)

That confession was required before Communion is evident from the penitential ascribed to St. Columbanus, which orders (can. xxx) "that confessions be given with all diligence, especially concerning commotions of the mind, before going to Mass, lest perchance any one approach the altar unworthily, that is, if he have not a clean heart. ❋ 1840-1916 (1913)

"unworthily" given up, but such an accusation is entirely groundless. ❋ Theodore Roosevelt (1888)

"unworthily," which is an adverb and refers to the ❋ Unknown (1861)

At the same time, individuals have to be protected for the sake of their own salvation from committing one of the gravest sins, namely to receive Holy Communion unworthily. ❋ Unknown (2009)

The Framers of the Constitution also knew that the Office of President of the United States could be gravely damaged if it continued to be unworthily occupied. ❋ Unknown (2008)

Once again Cadfael found himself approaching almost with reluctance the Benedictine ambience that had been home to him for so many years, and feeling that he came unworthily and without rights. ❋ Unknown (2010)

It would be a tragedy if they were not, in one sense or another, however unworthily or inadequately, remembered. ❋ Unknown (2010)

Fabius who marry'd my Aunt; and as I should do unworthily by her, so I should act undutifully towards my Father, he having promis'd me to my ❋ Unknown (2008)

Bucklaw was now extremely incensed, and with more oaths and curses than we care to repeat, declared himself most unworthily treated, and demanded peremptorily to speak with the Master of Ravenswood himself. ❋ Unknown (2008)

Delvile out of sight, before she regretted her consent to it as the loss of her self-esteem, and believed, even if a reconciliation took place, the remembrance of a wilful fault would still follow her, blemish in her own eyes the character she had hoped to support, and be a constant allay to her happiness, by telling her how unworthily she had obtained it. ❋ Unknown (2008)

“I am to blame,” said Mr Delvile, scornfully waving his hand with a repulsive motion, “to suffer myself to be irritated so unworthily; and I am sorry, in my own house, to be compelled to hint that the sooner I have it to myself, the better I shall be contented with it.” ❋ Unknown (2008)

I have used you most unworthily, but I pay for it all! ❋ Unknown (2008)

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