Usage examples for unstudied

  1. It is an ethical question hitherto unstudied – Essays by Alice Meynell
  2. Sometimes, in a special place, there'd be local conditions that needed attention; whiles I could drop a seemingly careless or unstudied suggestion that would gain much more notice than an official bulletin or speech could ha' done. – Between You and Me by Sir Harry Lauder
  3. With her conversation he could not quarrel; what there was of it was crisp, unstudied understanding. – The Crime Doctor by Ernest William Hornung
  4. Miss Craven was repaid for her affectionate solicitude by an indifference none the less galling because evidently unstudied – Audrey Craven by May Sinclair
  5. In her scant drapery and unrestrained freedom she was hardly statuesque, and her more unstudied attitudes were marred by a simian habit of softly scratching her left ankle with the toes of her right foot, in moments of contemplation. – Mrs. Skaggs's Husbands and Other Stories by Bret Harte
  6. While only Mr. Westcott's complete book can fully illustrate the personality of David Harum, yet it is equally true that no other episode in the book presents the tenderness and quaintness, and the full quality of David Harum's character, with the richness and pathos of the story which tells how he paid the " int'rist" upon the " cap'tal" invested by Billy P. Fortunately this story lends itself readily to separate publication, and it forms an American " Christmas Carol" which stands by itself, an American counterpart of the familiar tale of Dickens, and imbued with a simplicity, humor, and unstudied pathos peculiarly its own. – The Christmas Story from David Harum by Edward Noyes Westcott
  7. Her unstudied pose was graceful, she made a very attractive picture, and though she saw Andrew's admiration she was not displeased. – For the Allinson Honor by Harold Bindloss
  8. But surely if ever hair bore the stamp of unstudied even ugly custom, it does so here. – Holbein by Beatrice Fortescue
  9. The letters are free, spontaneous, and unstudied exhibiting the musician struggling to make what he knew to be in him recognized by the public. – Admiral Farragut by A. T. Mahan
  10. It has the appearance of a town in decay, having been situated in times when commerce was yet unstudied with very little attention to the commodities of the harbour. – A Journey to the Western Isles of Scotland by Samuel Johnson
  11. She raised her arms with the careless, unstudied grace of a wild creature. – The Keeper of the Door by Ethel M. Dell
  12. There was an amiable candour in that gentleman's address, a softness in his tones, and an unstudied and extremely interesting delicacy in his manner, which in this society was remarkable. – The Young Duke by Benjamin Disraeli
  13. " Yes, at Girton," Herminia answered, sinking easily upon the bench, and letting one arm rest on the back in a graceful attitude of unstudied attention. – The Woman Who Did by Grant Allen
  14. It was self- collected, serene, gentle, tender, unobtrusive, unstudied – Callista by John Henry Cardinal Newman
  15. And as the old man, purple with rage, let off a string of unstudied profanity, both girls put their fingers to their ears. – The Red Derelict by Bertram Mitford
  16. During these twelve joyful years the annual rainfall has averaged over 131 inches, the average number of days on which rain has fallen being 134. Of the heat of the sun during the hottest month of the year let two unstudied records speak. – My Tropic Isle by E J Banfield
  17. That being in those days engaged in a periodical paper, he found himself at a friend's house out of town; and not being disposed to lose pleasure for the sake of business, wished rather to content his bookseller by sending some unstudied essay to London by the servant, than deny himself the company of his acquaintance, and drive away to his chambers for the purpose of writing something more correct. – Anecdotes of the late Samuel Johnson, LL.D. during the last twenty years of his life by Hesther Lynch Piozzi
  18. He often produces unstudied effects at night. – Life on the Stage by Clara Morris
  19. This unstudied correspondence enchanted me the more as I had always considered that a conformity of tastes was nearly as necessary to conjugal happiness as a conformity of principles. – Coelebs In Search of a Wife by Hannah More
  20. It is little mannerisms- unstudied habits that identify. – Jimgrim and Allah's Peace by Talbot Mundy