Let the object of existence be reunion with God, not the mere gratification of animalism.
And it is touching and attractive because of the animalism of its frankness and simplicity.
Democritus looked to the soul as the ennobling part of man; even beauty, without understanding, partook of animalism.
There was animalism in the soul, and the body had its moments of spirituality.
Inside the camps one felt a still more cruel desolation—that of sordidness and animalism.
The lust of Gold had its devils, and they were not different from other types of animalism.
What chance has this solitary microbe of spiritual and intellectual light against the swarming bacteria of animalism?
All man needs is a true mirror in which his own animalism may see itself.
Mrs. Peters, her finest instincts revolting from such a naked display of animalism—and in the morning, too!
There is animalism in the soul, and the body has its moments of spirituality.