Those citizens of the ocean feel sheltered under the aegis of an uncontested law, of an undisputed
The vanquished Cock immediately came out of his corner, and ruled henceforth with undisputed
The company soon retired, and now the worthy trapper found indeed that he had no green girl to deal with; for the knowing dame at once assumed the style and dignity of a trapper's wife: taking possession of the lodge as her undisputed
empire, arranging everything according to her own taste and habitudes, and appearing as much at home and on as easy terms with the trapper as if they had been man and wife for years.
This being just double their value, the man was very glad to close the bargain, and the nurse found herself in undisputed
possession of the pigeons of her master's envious neighbour.
Now this last is the undisputed
province of judgment, and yet some few men of wit have agreed with all the dull fellows in the world in representing these two to have been seldom or never the property of one and the same person.
And besides other reasons, to this conclusion I am impelled, by considerations touching the great inherent dignity and sublimity of the Sperm Whale; I account him no common, shallow being, inasmuch as it is an undisputed
fact that he is never found on soundings, or near shores; all other whales sometimes are.
Its educational value is undisputed
, and we are turning out many great and valuable citizens every year.
She had acquired undisputed
control over the Indian tribes still tenanting the forests unexplored by the European man.
There was no further question of authority between us; Woola was my devoted slave from that moment hence, and I his only and undisputed
With these he held undisputed
sway over his insular domains, and carried on intercourse with the chiefs or governors whom he had placed in command of the several islands.
Her resolute effort threw back the lid, and gave to her astonished eyes the view of a white cotton counterpane, properly folded, reposing at one end of the chest in undisputed
At that portion of the ancient wall of Solomon's Temple which is called the Jew's Place of Wailing, and where the Hebrews assemble every Friday to kiss the venerated stones and weep over the fallen greatness of Zion, any one can see a part of the unquestioned and undisputed
Temple of Solomon, the same consisting of three or four stones lying one upon the other, each of which is about twice as long as a seven-octave piano, and about as thick as such a piano is high.