# Sage Sentence Examples

- He nodded, the vision of a
**sage**teacher. - Poplars grow in the valleys, and the cactus and
**sage**brush are common. **Sage**holds the place of honour; then comes rue, the antidote of poisons; and so on through melons, fennel, lilies, poppies, and many other plants, to wind up with the rose, "which in virtue and scent surpasses all other herbs, and may rightly be called the flower of flowers."- A Chaldaean
**sage**prophesies to him his future greatness, and another Persian slave, Oebares, becomes his associate. - Mixed with the bunch grass are occasional patches of
**sage**brush. - Brave and
**sage**as he was, he could hardly cope at one and the same time with the hostility of the Normans on the west, of the Petchenegs (Patzinaks) on the north, and of the Seljuks on the east and south. - In the Carolinian zone the tulip tree, sycamore, sweet gum, rose magnolia, short-leaf pine and sassafras find their northernmost limit
**Sage**brush is common to both the western arid Transstion zone and the Upper Sonoran zone, but in suitable soils of the latter several greasewoods (Artiplex confertifolia, A. - It is not necessary to multiply authors, as is done, for example, by Siegfried, who supposes four principal writers (a pessimistic philosopher, an Epicurean glossator, a
**sage**who upholds the value of wisdom, and an orthodox editor) besides a number of annotators; it is sufficient to assume that several conservative scribes have made short additions to the original work. - We can make a list of Scythian kings - Spargapeithes, Lycus, Gnurus, Saulius (whose brother, the famous Anacharsis, travelled over all the world in search of wisdom, was reckoned a
**sage**among the Greeks and was slain among his own people because they did not like his foreign ways), and Idanthyrsus, the head king at the time of Darius, probably the father of Ariapeithes. - Dunger, Die
**Sage**vom trojanischen Kriege in den Bearbeitungen des Mittelalters and ihren aptiken Quellen (1869, with a literary genealogical table); E. - The
**sage-hen**is common on the Columbia plain. - Salzberger, Die Salomo-
**Sage**in der semitischen Literatur (Berlin, 1907). - From Data on Star Trek and C-3PO in Star Wars to Twiggy in Buck Rogers, robots are wise-cracking sidekicks and
**sage**philosophers reflecting on "the human condition." - The whole constitution of society, in fact, seems to the
**sage**a lamentable thing: the poor are oppressed, the earth is full of their cries, and there is no helper (iv. - The large gifts (about $1,000,000) to the school made by Mrs Russell
**Sage**in 1907 enabled it to add courses in mechanical and electrical engineering to its course in civil engineering. - There are broad plains covered with salt and alkali, and others supporting only scattered bunch grass,
**sage**bush, cactus and other arid land plants. - The valleys are covered with typical desert shrubs; greasewood (sarcobatus vermiculatus), creosote bushes (larrea tridentata), and
**sage-brush**(artemisia tridentata); the first-named plant is abundant, chiefly in the N. - To the southward, as the valleys become increasingly sandy and saline, even the
**sage-brush**disappears, and little vegetation besides the cactus and the yucca is to be seen. - Erdmann, Die alte Kaiserstadt Goslar and ihre Umgebung in Geschichte,
**Sage**and Bild (Goslar, 1892); Crusius, Geschichte der vormals kaiserlichen freien Reichstadt Goslar (1842-1843); A. - Schneidewin, Die
**Sage**von Oedipus (1852); D. - Diederichs, "Russische Verwandte der Legende von Gregor auf dem Stein and der
**Sage**von Judas Ischariot," in Russische Revue (1880); S. - If wealth be thus a vain thing, yet a
**sage**might be supposed to find satisfaction in wisdom, that is, practical good sense and sagacity; but this also the author puts aside as bringing no lasting advantage, since a wise man must finally give up the fruit of his wisdom to someone else, who may be a fool, and in any case the final result for both fools and wise men is the same - both are forgotten (ii. - During the session of the council for the union of the Greek and Latin churches at Florence in 1 439, Cosimo had made acquaintance with Gemistos Plethon, the Neo-Platonic
**sage**of Mistra, whose discourses upon Plato and the Alexandrian mystics so fascinated the learned society of Florence that they named him the second Plato. - And on the ground that the Buddha, the Sakiya
**sage**, was born here, he (the king) had a flawless stone cut, and put up a pillar. - That he learned it partly from Saint Evremond, still more from Anthony Hamilton, partly even from his own enemy Le
**Sage**, is perfectly true, but he gave it perfection and completion. - In the more arid regions the
**sage-brush**and cactus make their appearance. - Form of Phoenician Sakkun-yathon, " the god Sakkun has given"), an ancient Phoenician
**sage**, who belongs more to legend than to history. - A very complete summary of the traditions will be found in Lincke, " Assyrien and Nineveh," in Geschichte and
**Sage**der Mittelmeervolker nach 607-606. - He greets the
**sage's**spirit with this prayer:- "This year, in this month, on this day, I, the emperor, offer sacrifice to the philosopher K'ung, the ancient teacher, the perfect**sage**, and say, 0 teacher, in virtue equal to heaven and earth... - In the Western Arid Transition zone the flora consists largely of the true
**sage**brush (A rtemisia trident ata), but some tracts are covereci with forests of yellow or bull pine (Pinus ponderosa). - The
**Sage**, a large genus of labiates, often very handsome, but sometimes too tender for English winters. - He took no heed of the warnings uttered by those
**sage**counsellors, Cambaceres and Talleyrand, against an invasion of Russia, while "the Spanish ulcer" was sapping the strength of the empire at the other extremity. - Those famous festivals in which Lorenzo de' Medici delighted had indeed a pagan tone appropriate to the sentiment of the Renaissance; nor were all the worshippers of the Athenian
**sage**so true to Christianity as his devoted student. - Then at the beginning of the 5th century, by the efforts of the 1 See especially Lipsius, Die edessenische Abgar-
**Sage**(1880), and the brilliant analysis of the legend by A. - (3 parts, Halle, 1872-1874); Kremer, Sadarabische
**Sage**(1866); Sprenger, Alte Geogr. - Coyotes are creatures of slinking and stealthy habits, living in burrows in the plains, and hunting in packs at night, when they utter yapping cries and blood-curdling yells as they gallop. Hares ("jack-rabbits"), chipmunks or ground-squirrels, and mice form a large portion of their food; but coyotes also kill the fawns of deer and prongbuck, as well as
**sage-hens**and other kinds of game-birds. - Its most characteristic animals and birds are the white-tailed jack-rabbit, pallid vole,
**sage**hen, sharp-tailed grouse and greentailed towhee; the large Columbia ground-squirrel (Spermophflus columbianus) is common in that part of the zone which re west of the Rocky Mountains, but east of the Rockies it is replaced by another species (Cynomys) which closely resembles a small prairie dog. - Among its characteristic mammals and birds are the
**sage**cotton-tail, black-tailed jack-rabbit, Idaho rabbit, Oregon, Utah and Townsends ground squirrels,**sage**chipmunk, fivetoed kangaroo rats, pocket mice, grasshopper mice, burrowing owl, Brewers sparrow, Nevada**sage**sparrow, lazuli finch,**sage**thrasher, Nuttall s poor-will, Bullocks oriole and rough-winged swallow. - Almost all of the United States east of the 98th meridian is naturally a forest region, and forests cover the greater part of the Rocky Mountains, the Cascades, the Sierra Nevadas and the Coast Range, but throughout the belt of plains, basins and deserts west of the Rocky Mountains and on the Great Plains east of the Rocky Mountains there are few trees except along the watercourses, and the prevailing type of vegetation ranges from bunch grass to
**sage**brush and cactuses according to the degree of aridity and the temperature. - The other and more elaborate work was composed by Philo of Byblus (temp. Hadrian); he professed that he had used as his authority the writings of Sanchuniathon, an ancient Phoenician
**sage**, who again derived his information from the mysterious inscribed stones (aµµovveis=o'mnrt, i.e. - The famous
**sage**of Balwearie, Michael Scot, while court astrologer to the emperor Frederick II., wrote his treatise De hominis phisiognomia, much of which is physiological and of curious interest. - Philosophy, particularly that of Descartes, was becoming a fashionable divertissement for the queen and her courtiers, and it was felt that the presence of the
**sage**himself was necessary to complete the good work of education. - Grosse and die Idee des Weltimperiums in Prophetie and
**Sage**" (in H. **Sage**(Konigsberg, 1889).- The kekop tree, the orange, the laurel, the juniper, the wild cactus, the curry plant, wild
**sage**and celery flourish. - Here also are found the
**sage**thrasher, Le Conte's thrasher, the Texas nighthawk, Baird's woodpecker, and the mourning dove. - Next year appeared his
**Sage**von Tell. - It was the life of a sincere Christian and a real
**sage**, - of one who found the best fruits of philosophy in the practice of the Christian virtues. - RUSSELL
**SAGE**(1816-1906), American financier, was born in Verona township, Oneida (disambiguation)|Oneida county, New York, on the 4th of August 1816. **Sage**, in Troy, New York.- Two German works of importance which have been used in this article are the interesting and suggestive Der Presbyter Johannes in
**Sage**and Geschichte, by Dr Gustav Oppert (2nd ed., Berlin, 1870), and, most important of all in its learned, careful and critical collection and discussion of all the passages bearing on the subject, Der Priester Johannes, by Friedrich Zarncke of Leipzig (1876-1879). - The so-called mountain mocking-bird (Oreoscoptes montanus) is a form not very distant from Mimus; but it inhabits exclusively the plains overgrown with
**sage-brush**(Artemisia) of the interior tableland of North America, and is not at all imitative in its notes, so that it is an instance of a misnomer. - The shores are fringed with the mangrove; the prickly pear grows luxuriantly in the most barren districts; and wherever the ground is left to itself the
**sage**bush springs up profusely. **Sage**, pp. 198-237 (Leiden, 1893); G.**Sage-hens**, grouse and small birds the coyote hunts successfully alone, quartering over the ground like a trained pointer until he succeeds in locating his bird, when he drops flat in the grass and creeps forward like a cat until close enough for the final spring."**Sage**(Strassburg, 1902); E.**Sage**died in New York on the 22nd of July 1906.- There is but little natural vegetation to be seen - ragged yucca trees, many species of agave and cactus, scrubby mesquite bushes,
**sage**bushes and occasional clumps of coarse grasses. - The book, as it stands, is a collection of the discourses, observations and aphorisms of a
**sage**called Koheleth, a term the precise meaning of which is not certain. - Elsewhere (ii.), it is true, it is said that there is no lasting satisfaction in pleasure; but the
**sage**may mean to point out that, though there is no permanent outcome to life, it is the part of common-sense to enjoy what one has.