Naaman in a sentence

The word "naaman" in a example sentences. Learn the definition of naaman and how to use it in a sentence.

This website focus on english words and example sentences, so everyone can learn how to use them. Easily browse through english vocabulary, listen the sentences or copy them.

How to use naaman in a sentence. Naaman pronunciation.

THE MAID OF NAAMAN'S WIFE IV.
play
copy
That was the proud woman, Naaman's wife.
play
copy
Basking at noon under the Syrian fans, While Naaman, the leprous mighty captain, Proud glowing flesh now silver-skinned and tainted, Walked in contagion here and there, apart.
play
copy
His wife, the unblemished Naaman in her mind, The man who, coming with the spoils and shouts, Had made a hundred triumphs hers, when all The Syrian women courted her for that, Now saw in the pestilent limbs shame and reproach, Some treachery that made her, who was mate Of Syria's pride, bondwoman of a leper.
play
copy
She must nurse her blame, since he was Naaman still, With an old honour paid by stedfastness, The mark of Syria's compassion.
play
copy
And Naaman had loved her, but not now, Knowing the uses that his love had been, How given for her to squander it in pride.
play
copy
And she served Naaman's wife, a lonely girl, To answer bidding, and covet little tones Of kindness that she heard go to and fro, But not for her.
play
copy
And then the Lord Naaman, This wonder soiled, this pitiful great captain Forbidden all that he had so proudly been- To worship him, that was her other joy.
play
copy
When the dusk came, and the city fell to silence, And out of his poor banishment he would walk, She followed him, knowing the very hour, And all her heart was flooded through with pity, Because she knew the leprosy left still A Naaman untainted and lovely.
play
copy
Never, she knew, Could any adoration that she brought Touch even the Lord Naaman's banishment, The Naaman fallen from the time when even Great ladies dare not speak the thing they felt.
play
copy
And yet she knew that she had beauty too, A little hermit beauty that might spend Royally if it dare and a man would speak,- Royally, Naaman, but he could not hear.
play
copy
But the word passed from lip to lip, and the king Heard it, and sent for Naaman and said, "A girl among the slaves that you brought in From Israel has spoken a strange thing, Of one Elisha, a prophet whom they obey, Saying that he could bid the blemish off That is cheating Syria of her proudest man.
play
copy
And Naaman went, and Israel's king was glad, Because of Syria's favour, and sent down The hill to where Elisha lived among Farmers of flax and goatherds and a few Unhappy men who brought their sorrow to God, Asking his mercy on the Syrian lord.
play
copy
And Naaman stood before the prophet of Israel, And told his grief.
play
copy
And Naaman questioned, and was wrath, As was not any river of Damascus Purer than Jordan, and in more virtue flowing?
play
copy
And tidings came to the Syrian king of this, Heralding a Naaman mightier than ever, With clean flesh and a wisdom all matured, And all the city rang upon his coming, The king and his estate, people and priests, And soldiers glad of their old captain again.
play
copy
And matrons with their girls, and the rich merchants, All shouted Naaman, Naaman, through the streets.
play
copy
And Naaman's wife stood at the king's right hand, Her slave-borne canopy coloured and spangled, While the great fans beat upon her pride again, And Naaman in plumes and plate and mail Again was master of the Syrian hosts.
play
copy
And as the shouting rose, she watched in silence, With trembling lips, and Naaman passed by her, And her hands moved towards him, and fell down, Then stole upon her bosom, as they would ease The aching beauty of her loneliness.
play
copy
Many lepers were in Israel in the time of Eliseus the prophet; and none of them was cleansed, except Naaman the Syrian.
play
copy

Examples of Naaman

Example #1
LAKE WINTER V. GOLD VI.
Example #2
FOR DAVID CONTENTS I. PRELUDE II.
Example #3
Basking at noon under the Syrian fans, While Naaman, the leprous mighty captain, Proud glowing flesh now silver-skinned and tainted, Walked in contagion here and there, apart.
Example #4
And Jonathan watched until the day was full.
Example #5
His wife, the unblemished Naaman in her mind, The man who, coming with the spoils and shouts, Had made a hundred triumphs hers, when all The Syrian women courted her for that, Now saw in the pestilent limbs shame and reproach, Some treachery that made her, who was mate Of Syria's pride, bondwoman of a leper.
Example #6
That was the proud woman, Naaman's wife.