The danger, however, was at present so unperceived
, that they did not by any means rank as misfortunes with her.
As he turned to receive Rebecca's answer, he observed, that during his chattering with Gurth, she had left the apartment unperceived
About four hours after we began our journey, I awaked by a very ridiculous accident; for the carriage being stopped a while, to adjust something that was out of order, two or three of the young natives had the curiosity to see how I looked when I was asleep; they climbed up into the engine, and advancing very softly to my face, one of them, an officer in the guards, put the sharp end of his half-pike a good way up into my left nostril, which tickled my nose like a straw, and made me sneeze violently; whereupon they stole off unperceived
, and it was three weeks before I knew the cause of my waking so suddenly.
We have only one means of saving Christine Daae, believe me, which is to enter the house unperceived
by the monster.
Pretending that he wished to read it a second time, Saouy turned aside as if to seek a better light; unperceived
by anyone he tore off the formula from the top of the letter, put it to his mouth, and swallowed it.
During their wanderings they came unperceived
on a piece of waste land where three splendid trees grew.
A power of this nature in the Executive, will often have a silent and unperceived
, though forcible, operation.
He quickly concealed himself in his cabin, to avoid an awkward explanation, and hoped--thanks to the number of passengers--to remain unperceived
D'Artagnan, still unperceived
, supported himself against the other side.
Besides, although she avoided coming within speaking distance, Valentine arranged so that Maximilian could see her pass and repass, and each time she went by, she managed, unperceived
by her companion, to cast an expressive look at the young man, which seemed to say, "Have patience
I, unknown, and unperceived
by them, incite them to cry out, `Long live the Duke de Beaufort' one day; another, `Long live the Prince de Conde;' and again,`Long live the parliament
The Puritan, whose approach had been unperceived
, laid his hand upon the child's shoulder, and addressed him compassionately.