Quotation Explorer - 'Stirred'

The sea waves stirred before methey dashed against the rocksLike a mermaid rising from its depthscurled white sea foam were her locks... - Giselle V. Steele
The populace is like the sea motionless in itself, but stirred by every wind, even the lightest breeze. - Titus Livius
Stirred up pride is poison to the soul. - Evinda Lepins
Discussions should always be held just before going to bed, your rear protected by sleep. How painful, after an intellectual conversation, to have to go about with your mind so stirred up. - Thomas Mann
But in terms of "psychological" time, most of us are still living in centuries past, stirred by ancient grudges, controlled by obsolete prejudices, driven by buried fears. - Sydney J. Harris
At home, Tommy tried to avoid looking too long at himself in the mirror, for his reflection stirred in him a feeling of great loneliness and a fear that this loneliness might be permanent. - Aryn Kyle
I was stirred only like a leaf in the wind, that is all. . . - Anaïs Nin
What should I do—how should I act now, this very day . . . What she would resolve to do that day did not yet seem quite clear, but something that she could achieve stirred her as with an approaching murmur which would soon gather distinctness. - George Eliot
When sighs are hypnotized by sorrowHappy moments you need to borrowFrom a little child or from a birdWho has the wild freedom of soul: stirred! - Munia Khan
Click any word or name in a quote to explore, or search for more. [JSON] [SOURCE]