Vir in a sentence

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How to use vir in a sentence. Vir pronunciation.

For the jewel or brooch which in his cap he carried, he had in a cake of gold, weighing three score and eight marks, a fair piece enamelled, wherein was portrayed a man's body with two heads, looking towards one another, four arms, four feet, two arses, such as Plato, in Symposio, says was the mystical beginning of man's nature; and about it was written in Ionic letters, Agame ou zetei ta eautes, or rather, Aner kai gune zugada anthrotos idiaitata, that is, Vir et mulier junctim propriissime homo.
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Ho by gob, Domine, a pair of breeches is good, et vir sapiens non abhorrebit eam.
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Beatus vir qui non abiit.
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A woman in the _Menaechmi_ of Plautus, iv, 6, 1, complains justly of this double standard of morality: Nam si vir scortum duxit clam uxorem suam, Id si rescivit uxor, impune est viro.
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Iudex adulterii ante oculos habere debet et inquirere, an maritus pudice vivens mulieri quoque bonos mores colendi auctor fuerit periniquum enim videtur esse, ut pudicitiam vir ab uxore exigat, quam ipse non exhibeat.
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Vir & Uxor, hic non litigant.
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Quid istuc est, mi vir, negoti, quod tu tam subito domo abeas?
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Amphitruo uxorem salutat laetus speratam suam, quam omnium Thebis vir unam esse optimam diiudicat, quamque adeo cives Thebani vero rumiferant probam.
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Fiat heus tu, Thessala, intus pateram proferto foras, 770 qua hodie meus vir donavit me.
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Obsecro ecastor, cur istuc, mi vir, ex ted audio?
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Vir hic est illius mulieris quacum accubat.
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Quid me oportet facere, ubi tu talis vir falsum autumas?
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He would have redeemed his pledge; and, if he had even died in the bottle, we should have honored him as a '_vir bonus, cum mala fortuna compositus_;' as a man of honor matched in single duel with calamity, and also as the best of conjurers.
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Vir strenuus et fortis cui deerat timor mortis.
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Some years ago I, the editor, was stopping with a friend, "_vir doctissimus et amicus neus_," at a certain University, which for the purposes of this history we will call Cambridge, and was one day much struck with the appearance of two persons whom I saw going arm-in-arm down the street.
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Hec Grece scripta Latine reddidit vir doctus Edm̅ds de Prato, in Decretis Licenciatus e Coll.
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David Fitz- Gerald, good easy man (vir sua sorte contentus is Gerald's description of him), the king could tolerate, but he could not contemplate without uneasiness the combination of spiritual and political power in South Wales in the hands of two able, ambitious, and energetic kinsmen, such as he knew Gerald and the Lord Rhys to be.
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But the best man of business, according to Mr. Giles, whom the firm of Hobson Brothers ever knew, better than her father and uncle, better than her husband Sir T. Newcome, better than her sons and successors above mentioned, was the famous Sophia Alethea Hobson, afterwards Newcome-of whom might be said what Frederick the Great said of his sister, that she was sexu foemina, vir ingenio-in sex a woman, and in mind a man.
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A man or boy in the wrong can never express himself with propriety; an opinion in which Quinctilian also appears to coincide, when he asserts- "Orator perfectus nisi vir bonus esse non potest.
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Huttonum, qui vir nominatus in paucis, versare Patres dicitur, aut reliquos adversarios, qui hoc faciunt, sentire arbitror.
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Examples of Vir

Example #1
Reason opposeth, and nature is repugnant.
Example #2
To wear about his neck, he had a golden chain, weighing twenty-five thousand and sixty-three marks of gold, the links thereof being made after the manner of great berries, amongst which were set in work green jaspers engraven and cut dragon-like, all environed with beams and sparks, as king Nicepsos of old was wont to wear them: and it reached down to the very bust of the rising of his belly, whereby he reaped great benefit all his life long, as the Greek physicians know well enough.
Example #3
Read the sacred Bible, you will find the prayers of those who asked moderately were never unanswered.
Example #4
Ha, ha, a pair of breeches is not so easily got; I have experience of it myself.
Example #5
If I had strength answerable to my courage, by's death, I would plume them for you like ducks.
Example #6
God and Sanct Benedict be with us!