If he were careless, and uncared
for, before Catherine's absence, he had been ten times more so since.
A pale light, rising in the outer air, fell straight upon the bed; and on it, plundered and bereft, unwatched, unwept, uncared
for, was the body of this man.
This, Agamemnon, is how we came by our end, and our bodies are lying still uncared
for in the house of Ulysses, for our friends at home do not yet know what has happened, so that they cannot lay us out and wash the black blood from our wounds, making moan over us according to the offices due to the departed.
Ought we then to leave them to die uncared
for and alone?
And Priam answered, "O king, bid me not be seated, while Hector is still lying uncared
for in your tents, but accept the great ransom which I have brought you, and give him to me at once that I may look upon him.
Then, too, she could never quite bring herself to face the pictures her imagination conjured of Martin, struggling along uncared
Of the three classes of village, the village cared for by its lord, the village cared for by itself, and the village uncared
for either by itself or by its lord (in other words, the village of a resident squires's tenantry, the village of free or copy-holders, and the absentee-owner's village, farmed with the land) this place, Flintcomb-Ash, was the third.
Then the night of our sordid commonplace life closes in around it, and the burned-out case, falling back to earth, lies useless and uncared
for, slowly smoldering into ashes.
Our clothing went uncared
for, and everything about our home was soon in a tumble-down condition.
Those three acres will feed as many horses as heaven knows how huge an area of unseeded, uncared
for, wasted pasture would feed.
There were some broken men among these debtors who had been in jail so long, and were so miserable and destitute of friends, so dead to the world, and utterly forgotten and uncared
for, that they implored their jailers not to set them free, and to send them, if need were, to some other place of custody.
To be before the footlights,' continued the dismal man, 'is like sitting at a grand court show, and admiring the silken dresses of the gaudy throng; to be behind them is to be the people who make that finery, uncared
for and unknown, and left to sink or swim, to starve or live, as fortune wills it.