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Usage examples for unforced

  1. I learned to know that, in the interchange of glances and in answering smiles, there lies an eloquence and a variety of language far beyond the possibilities of the most magnificent of spoken phrases; that when the expression of the feelings is spontaneous and unforced, there is no idea, no joy nor sorrow that cannot thus be communicated by hearts that understand each other. – The Country Doctor by Honore de Balzac
  2. Gloria laughed outright, and the pretty ripple of mirth, so unforced and natural, diverted the monarch's irritation. – Temporal Power by Marie Corelli
  3. But, for the most part, the episode seemed to her to be invested with a curious sense of unreality, an impression which was fostered by the apparently unforced naturalness of Tony's demeanour. – The Vision of Desire by Margaret Pedler
  4. It is perfectly simple and unforced, and it conveys a lively and touching representation of the feelings which would naturally spring up in the minds of a grateful and warm- hearted people, to their great benefactor and friend, who, amidst disease, and pain, and weakness, had made the greatest and most unwearying exertions to communicate to them the invaluable truths of Christianity. – Spare Hours by John Brown
  5. Archer, however, was pleased with his ready chatter and unforced humour. – The Children's Book of Christmas Stories by Various
  6. As a matter of fact, meanwhile, nothing is more easy to handle than a prisonful of convicts, if the most elementary tact be used; and they are eagerly grateful for the smallest unforced and spontaneous act of kindness. – The Subterranean Brotherhood by Julian Hawthorne
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