Their nations were stable, they had a functioning government, and there was some sort of law and order on the streets.
On the other hand, we feel a little bit like we're sort of blacksmiths in the Internet era.
“I always want to be a sort of bad-ass, and I always come out smelling like a wildflower,” she told me.
Unfortunaely, Obamacare made that sort of coverage functionally illegal.
She sort of sparked hope in him and I think he took that spark a little further in his head and turned it into a little fire.
"I'll do nothing of the sort," said Travail, starting to back away.
She came down to breakfast singing the words in a sort of ecstasy.
Now, just imagine if you said anything of that sort to the Wilcoxes.
Again came the cry, more gently, ending in a sort of sobbing monologue.
And of Christians of any sort or condition there were none in all Tetuan.
late 14c., from Old French sorte "class, kind," from Latin sortem (nominative sors) "lot; fate, destiny; share, portion; rank, category; sex, class, oracular response, prophecy," from PIE root *ser- (3) "to line up" (cf. Latin serere "to arrange, attach, join;" see series). The sense evolution in Vulgar Latin is from "what is allotted to one by fate," to "fortune, condition," to "rank, class, order." Out of sorts "not in usual good condition" is attested from 1620s, with literal sense of "out of stock."