How well in thee appearsThe constant service of the antique world,When service sweat for duty, not for meed!
These were first-fruits of liberty, and the meed and reward of Liberals.
The explorer in the field of religious history, however, comes in here for his meed of praise.
But from the others Cromwell had secured the meed of wonder that he desired.
If selfishness deserves the meed of praise, who more honourable than thou art?
Ah, why begrudge the marquis his meed of admiration, if he likes it?
All the participants are worthy of a meed of praise for their many helpful utterances and manly deportment.
This meed of poetic honour was an eglantine composed of silver.
Worth needs not to have flowed down through musty ages if it would receive its meed; every man bears his seal direct from God.
There was no doubt about it, he must go to the young folks for the meed of sympathy he deserved.