But all the excellences of the apple are not confined to the cultivated fruit.
Each one extols with words and gestures the excellences of his boat.
There were, however, excellences of a very high class which it equally encouraged.
The other is to carry one of these excellences to the highest degree.
But all his excellences as a general, a statesman, and a ruler paled before the exalted virtues of his private life.
These excellences, too, as far as they go, are founded in the truth of general nature.
All her excellences stand in her so silently, as if they had stolen upon her without her knowledge.
I have noted only some of the excellences of Burns's poetry, which far outnumber its blemishes.
We are a cold nation if you like, but there it is—it has its excellences, if not its charms.
He is the type of their excellences, as is Nero the model of their power and their adornments.