The native hue of spiritual resolution is sicklied o'er with the pale cast of distracted, wavering, confused thought.
Yet the cast of European thought would surely have been sicklied over with oriental contemplativeness.
Ruddy and vigorous, he is not sicklied o'er with any pale cast whatever.
Goodman wrote that the fatal delay had "sicklied over the bloom" of Jones's original enthusiasm.
It is merely a tinsel coating over the rottenness and rust with which Russian life is "sicklied o'er."
Perhaps not; but the rejoinder that almost all, if not all, M. Rod's books are "sicklied o'er" in this way is rather fatal.
Neither of us saw the situation nakedly at first—it was sicklied o'er with Quixotic foolishness.
It has nearly distracted some men, whose minds were sicklied o'er with the pale cast of thought.
How different the aspect of these fiends, as they are presented to us "sicklied o'er" with the sentiment of a Lamartine!
Hence the native hue of resolution has sometimes been sicklied o'er by too much thinking.