The thing that most surprised me in Thomas Carlyle's library was the fewness of the books.
If their works betray imperfections, we wonder at the fewness of them.
Realizing the fewness of the days remaining to them, they were anxious to utilize every moment.
Owing to the fewness of their enemies these albinistic forms are able to persist.
The author should, perhaps, apologize for the fewness of the citations from other works which this volume contains.
The faith of the people is no whit weakened because of their fewness.
The charge of the fewness of the forts and the smallness of the trade was more serious.
We had youth, she and I, in a truer sense than that of fewness of years—we had the youth which is Hope.
The proof that the sonnet is the most difficult form is alleged to be in the fewness of perfect sonnets.
He answered him in the way of his strength: Declare unto me the fewness of my days.