Lare in a sentence

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I make my affidavit of the same; and require you in the name of all Lares and Penates, and Household Gods ancient and modern which are sacred to men, to consider it and take brotherly account of it!- Shall we hear of you, then, in a day or two: shall we not perhaps see you in a day or two!
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I have not read again Sterling's letters, which I keep as good Lares in a special niche, but I have no recollection of anything that would be valuable to you.
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Then he went back to Ellen, still standing primly over her Lares and Penates.
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And if by fortune there be rarity or penury of pecune in our marsupies, and that they be exhausted of ferruginean metal, for the shot we dimit our codices and oppignerat our vestments, whilst we prestolate the coming of the tabellaries from the Penates and patriotic Lares.
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His forces consisted also wholly of satyrs, aegipanes, agripanes, sylvans, fauns, lemures, lares, elves, and hobgoblins, and their number was seventy-eight thousand one hundred and fourteen.
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The Lares being adorned with fresh garlands on the calends (the first) of January, fell down during the preparations for sacrificing to them.
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Some have thought that the lares and penates were the same; and they appear to be sometimes confounded.
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The penates were reputed to be of divine origin; the lares, of human.
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Certain persons were admitted to the worship of the lares, who were not to that of the penates.
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Somebody was always sitting in the laps of our Lares and Penates.
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The dining tables of this period deserve a passing notice as a step in the development of that important member of our "Lares and Penates.
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Here and there the ruins of some cabin, with the chimney alone left intact and the hearthstone open to the skies, gave such a flat contradiction to the poetic delusion of Lares and Penates that the heart of the traveler must have collapsed as he gazed, and even the bar-room of the National Hotel have afterward seemed festive, and invested with preternatural comfort and domesticity.
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And, thro' long evenings, from our Lares[1] claim The thrift of stinted grate, and sullen flame.
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My Phidyle, retir'd in shady wild, If thou thy virgin hands shalt suppliant raise, If primal fruits are on thy altars pil'd, And incense pure thy duteous care conveys, To sooth the LARES, when the moon adorns, With their first modest light, her taper horns; And if we pierce the throat of infant swine, A frugal victim, not the baleful breath Of the moist South shall blast our tender vine; Nor shall the lambs sink in untimely death When the unwholesome gales of Autumn blow, And shake the ripe fruit from the bending bough.
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Where the shrines and Lares stood in ancient houses, a square, burnished copper pedestal fashioned like an altar had been placed, and upon it rose from a bed of carved lilies, a copy in white marble of Palmer's "Faith".
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The domestic Lares were the tutelar deities of a house; household gods.
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The Lares and Penates themselves were very small objects to look at, whatever may have been the thoughts they suggested.
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I was somewhere about sixteen when, on going home for the holidays, I found my mother's brother settled among the household Lares.
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Roland was more than half a Roman; the son might still cling to his household affections, but the Lares were a part of his religion.
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They have got their Court about them, dames and cavaliers more than we expected; they have arranged the furnitures of their existence here on fit scale, and set up their Lares and Penates on a thrifty footing.
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Examples of Lare

Example #1
That depends on the winds and the chances; but our affection is independent of such.
Example #2
This is the fact: what more can I say?
Example #3
For the American Public for the Book, I think it important that you should take the precise step of sending Phillips and Sampson the early copy, and at the earliest.
Example #4
He once came to my house, and, since that time, may have known Margaret Fuller in New York; but probably never saw any letter of Sterling's or heard the contents of any.
Example #5
I shall go outside to see.
Example #6
There has been a terrible fuss, and when Miss Lily left to-night, I did too.