Then Annie saw, with fear and wonder, that the angry words she uttered changed to dark, unlovely
forms, each showing plainly from what fault or passion it had sprung.
He looked back rapidly, looked down the avenue of a squalid and unlovely
life, saw himself the child of drink-sodden and brutal parents, remembered the Board School with its unlovely
surroundings, his struggles at a dreary trade, his running away and the fierce draughts of delight which the joy and freedom of the sea had brought to him on the morning when he had crept on deck, a stowaway, to be lashed with every rope-end and to do the dirty work of every one.
Altogether they were not unlovely
when viewed in comparison with the green Martians.
He was unlovely
to the eye, and he was unlovely
to all her finer sensibilities.
He supposed that these unlovely
demons were everywhere, in the sunshine as well as in the darkness, and that they were hidden in men's hearts, and stole into their most secret thoughts.
They are too busy keeping their feet dry, conserving their heart-beats, and making unlovely
life-successes of their spirit-mediocrity.
The veil, which shrouded her whole face, was too thick for me to see more than the glitter of bright eyes and the hazy outline of what might be a lovely oval face, but might also, unfortunately, be an equally unlovely
Had she been short-haired, heavy-jawed, large- muscled, hard-bitten, and utterly unlovely
in every way, all would have been well.
It lacked a door and a window frame, and the chimney of mud and stones had fallen into an unlovely
heap, overgrown with rank weeds.
She, we are told, was coarse, fat, and unlovely
, but she was not without brains, for she saw beneath the strange outside of her young lover.
She had looked on so many unlovely
places in her life, poor child; but this was as lovely as anything she had ever dreamed.
Those two great arches, colourless, indifferent, shouldering between them an unlovely
clock, were fit portals for some eternal adventure, whose issue might be prosperous, but would certainly not be expressed in the ordinary language of prosperity.