Maneuvering with an army is advantageous; with an undisciplined
multitude, most dangerous.
Tragic as that history seemed to her passionate and undisciplined
mind, she told it truthfully and without exaggeration.
These manoeuvres Tarzan knew would continue until the blacks had worked themselves into a state of hysterical courage sufficient to sustain them for a short charge toward the village, and even though he doubted that they would reach it at the first attempt, he believed that at the second or the third they would swarm through the gateway, when the outcome could not be aught than the extermination of Tarzan's bold, but unarmed and undisciplined
At the invasion of the English in 1807, an encounter of a no very glorious nature took place between the British troops and the undisciplined
If I were thankful to my husband for no more, instead of for so much, I should be thankful to him for having saved me from the first mistaken impulse of my undisciplined
The veteran legions of Rome were an overmatch for the undisciplined
valor of all other nations and rendered her the mistress of the world.
His soldiers formed a legion of devil-may-care fellows, perfectly undisciplined
toward all but himself.
For in Byron's undisciplined
, turgid soul there is a strain of coarseness and vulgarity which not seldom shows itself in his poetry, spoiling some of his most beautiful lines.
Though this was a matter of course in the case of regular troops, even to Barnaby, there was something particularly impressive and disconcerting in it to one accustomed to the noise and tumult of an undisciplined
As to Will, though until his last defiant letter he had nothing definite which he would choose formally to allege against him, he felt himself warranted in believing that he was capable of any design which could fascinate a rebellious temper and an undisciplined
I resolved to leave this strange undisciplined
dreamer of great things to his drink and gluttony, and to go on into London.
She was wrecked as in the previous century endless barbaric cities had been bombarded, because she was at once too strong to be occupied and too undisciplined
and proud to surrender in order to escape destruction.