He whose hand trembles when it lays hold of a beautiful thing, has the quality of reverence, without the artist's unembarrassed
friendship with the beautiful.
said Boris, addressing him with an unembarrassed
smile, "I was just trying to explain our position to the count.
Mr Allworthy saw him almost every day; but though he pitied Tom's sufferings, and greatly approved the gallant behaviour which had occasioned them; yet he thought this was a favourable opportunity to bring him to a sober sense of his indiscreet conduct; and that wholesome advice for that purpose could never be applied at a more proper season than at the present, when the mind was softened by pain and sickness, and alarmed by danger; and when its attention was unembarrassed
with those turbulent passions which engage us in the pursuit of pleasure.
He approached the lady on the bench a little doubtfully, but unembarrassed
Elizabeth, who had expected to find in her as acute and unembarrassed
an observer as ever Mr.
Advancing with an alert step, and free and easy air, he threw the buck on the ground, and, without waiting for an invitation, seated himself at their mess, helped himself without ceremony, and chatted to the right and left in the liveliest and most unembarrassed
To the unembarrassing matter, the unembarrassed
Their dress had every advantage, their faces were rather pretty, their spirits extremely good, their manner unembarrassed
and pleasant; they were of consequence at home, and favourites abroad.
His eyes met hers frankly, his smile was wholly unembarrassed
He slipped the knife out of the sheath and was ready and unembarrassed
by hampering bedclothes, for the weather was hot and we hadn't any.
Delafield," interrupted Charlotte, advancing to him with a kind, but unembarrassed
air, and offering her hand--"we part friends at least; but I think, now we know each other's sentiments, we had better separate.
The cold distance that often crossed the demeanor of the heiress, in her intercourse with Edwards, was now entirely banished, and two hours were passed by the party, in the free, unembarrassed
, and confiding manner of old and esteemed friends.