Lvov was at home, and Levin went in to him unannounced
She was passionate, and her present letter, showing that her estimate of him had changed under his delay--too justly changed, he sadly owned,--made him ask himself if it would be wise to confront her unannounced
in the presence of her parents.
Making sure that the drawbridge was raised, and that he could not hope for stealthy entrance there, he crept silently to the rear of the great building, and there among the bushes his men searched for the ladder that Norman of Torn had seen the knavish servant of My Lady Claudia unearth, that the outlaw might visit the Earl of Buckingham, unannounced
It was so sudden, rushing out of the dark, unannounced
, into our dull lives.
A visitor had entered his rooms--apparently unannounced
I assured him that I was expected, so he allowed me to enter unannounced
Rochester entered, unannounced
, and looking at us, seemed to take pleasure in the spectacle of a group so amicable--when he said he supposed the old lady was all right now that she had got her adopted daughter back again, and added that he saw Adele was "prete e croquer sa petite maman Anglaise"--I half ventured to hope that he would, even after his marriage, keep us together somewhere under the shelter of his protection, and not quite exiled from the sunshine of his presence.
If Stapleton came into the succession, how could he explain the fact that he, the heir, had been living unannounced
under another name so close to the property.
It was probable that, little as the van der Luydens encouraged unannounced
visits, he could count on being asked to dine, and sent back to the station to catch the nine o'clock train; but more than that he would certainly not get, for it would be inconceivable to his hosts that a gentleman travelling without luggage should wish to spend the night, and distasteful to them to propose it to a person with whom they were on terms of such limited cordiality as Beaufort.
Carthoris of Helium had come all unannounced
to the court of his father's friend that day.
He had arrived shortly after the absence of Tara of Helium had been noted, and in the excitement he had remained unannounced
until John Carter had happened upon him in the great reception corridor of the palace as The Warlord was hurrying out to arrange for the dispatch of ships in search of his daughter.
At this moment a hasty foot was heard on the staircase, and Georgiana Podsnap broke into the room, unannounced
and in tears.