Prince Andrew, too, dared not stir, for fear of betraying his unintentional
cry of Joy escaped the Youth, he let his Zither fall, and with extended arms he called out the name of the enigmatical Being, who seemed to stoop lovingly to him and beckon to him in a friendly manner; indeed, if his ear did not deceive him, she called his name with unutterable sweet Whispers, proper to love.
Occasionally, he shot himself out of his equipage head-foremost over the apron; and I saw him on one occasion deliver himself at the door of the Grove in this unintentional
way - like coals.
My friend should, perhaps, have taken you along with him; but the slight, if there be one, was unintentional
I am excessively concerned that he should have any regard for me -- but indeed it has been quite unintentional
on my side; I never had the smallest idea of it.
I am much concerned to find there was anything in my behaviour last night that did not meet your approbation; and though I am quite at a loss to discover in what point I could be so unfortunate as to offend you, I entreat your forgiveness of what I can assure you to have been perfectly unintentional
My father did them a hideous wrong, but it was an unintentional
It was as unintentional
as the birth of a thought in the head, and he heard nothing of it himself.
This surely cannot be intentional; and if unintentional
, he ought to have been instructed by Meletus, and not accused in the court.
I have that honor; and my happiness at your escape from the danger that threatened you is redoubled by the consciousness that I have been the unwilling and the unintentional
cause of all the peril you have incurred.
Delafield, it is because I am unconscious than any was asked; and if I have displayed disengenuousness, want of simplicity, or want of feeling, it has been unintentional
, I do assure you; and only proves that I can be guilty of errors, without their being detected by one who has known me so long and so intimately.
The fact is, that there is a vast deal of unintentional
humbuggery in some of the accounts we have from scientific men concerning the religious institutions of Polynesia.