The poet remains coolly detached: a circumspect observer in the face of cataclysm.
In the cataclysm that followed, the survival of republican government indeed was in peril.
Men everywhere felt that the social system was threatened with a cataclysm.
The goal had all but been attained when the cataclysm struck.
And the second cataclysm in the House, even at its worst (which was what mamma had made it), was hardly comparable to the first.
The cataclysm of the French Revolution interrupted his studies.
I leave these airy words of prophecy as they stood in 1912 before the cataclysm!
It took him a long time to readjust himself to this cataclysm.
He was the first writer who ventured to maintain that the universality of the Mosaic cataclysm ought not to be insisted upon.
His voice was a mere wheeze, issuing from a cataclysm of agonized mirth.