There was fire in her and throughout her: she seemed the unpremeditated
offshoot of a passionate moment.
In the country, an unpremeditated
dance was very allowable; but in London, where the reputation of elegance was more important and less easily attained, it was risking too much for the gratification of a few girls, to have it known that Lady Middleton had given a small dance of eight or nine couple, with two violins, and a mere side-board collation.
And yet, while my heart cried aloud in spite of me, and my nerves relieved themselves in this unpremeditated
ebullition, I was all the time watching its effect as closely as though no word of it had been sincere.
To the Kensington Gardens we went; it may have been Manitoba we started for, but we arrived at the Kensington Gardens, and it had all been so unpremeditated
and smartly carried out that I remember clapping my hand to my head in the street, to make sure that I was wearing a hat.
With a tired sigh, and with an impulsive movement all her own, unpremeditated
, spasmodic, she rested her head upon his breast.
It was past ten o'clock when Kate Swift set out and the walk was unpremeditated
This happy event--supposing it to be such--could only have occurred at an unpremeditated
The girls were wild for dancing; and the evenings ended, occasionally, in an unpremeditated
The fly moved creepingly up a hill, and Clare watched it go with an unpremeditated
hope that Tess would look out of the window for one moment.
Her first surprise and bewilderment at so wholly unpremeditated
an act gave way to consternation as she considered its consequences.
It was a careless, unpremeditated
glance, one of those haphazard things men do when they have no immediate call to do anything in particular, but act because they are alive and must do something.
He could not understand this unprovoked aggressiveness of her attitude, and certainly was very far from thinking that an unpremeditated
hint of something resembling emotion in the tone of his last words had caused that uncontrollable burst of sincerity.