sully englannista suomeksi
tahrata, vetää lokaan, mustata, häpäistä
(quote-book) &91;(w)&93;|chapter=The Sixth Ode, of the Third Book of ''Horace''|title=Poems by the Earl of Roscomon|location=London|publisher=Tonson|Jacob Tonson|year_published=1717|lines=1–6|page=153|pageurl=https://archive.org/stream/earlofros00roscpage/153|passage=THoſe Ills your Anceſtors have done, / ''Romans,'' are now become your own ; / And they will coſt you dear, / Unleſs you ſoon repair / The falling Temples which the Gods provoke, / And Statues ſully’d yet with Sacrilegious Smoke.
(RQ:Cooper Last of the Mohicans)
(quote-book) would later conclude that it was a mistake for him to expand into the (w) matter, largely because of the disastrous impact it would have on his controversy|Whitewater/Madison investigation and in sullying his otherwise sterling professional reputation.
(quote-book)|editor=Jill Kriegel|title=Eyre|Jane Eyre: With an Introduction and Contemporary Criticism|series=Ignatius Critical Editions|location=San Francisco, Calif.|publisher=(w)|year=2014|page=569|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=x693BwAAQBAJ&pg=PA569|isbn=978-1-58617-699-0|passage=As a child, Jane Eyre is completely bereft of love, living a loveless existence, which sullies her character. Her emotions are raw and, on the surface, completely out of control.
(RQ:Shakespeare Hamlet Q1-2)
(quote-journal); published for the proprietors, at the Literary Gazette Office, London|Strand; sold also by Bell and Bradfute, Edinburgh; John Cumming, Dublin; and all other booksellers, newsmen, &c.|date=9 August 1823|issue=342|page=507|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=scE6AQAAMAAJ&pg=PA507|column=3|oclc=276732578|passage=Roses, ere their crimson breast / Throws aside its green moss vest; / Young hearts, or ere toil, or care, / Or gold, has left a sully there.