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- And the wedge that this issue continues to drive between Palmer and his wife is also dramatically utile.
- A third reason for the Calvinist neglect of art is the doctrine of vocation: ‘Parents should urge their children to choose vocations that would be useful to their neighbors… ‘Arts were not so utile.’
- Women, in truth, are not only intelligent; they have almost a monopoly of certain of the subtler and more utile forms of intelligence.
late 15th century: via Old French from Latin utilis, from uti 'to use'.