Through love she knew all his soul, and in his soul she saw what she wanted, and that such a state of soul should be called unbelieving
was to her a matter of no account.
husband is sanctified by the wife, and the unbelieving
wife is sanctified by the husband', I said to myself.
It was evidently possible to be virtuous and unbelieving
Carmack was still there, flashing his coarse gold in the eyes of an unbelieving
They say the alligator, the rhinoceros, though enclosed in bullet-proof mail, have each a spot where they are vulnerable; and fierce, reckless, unbelieving
reprobates, have commonly this point in superstitious dread.
Jew, and admitted into this presence!''
"Whom Pagans and unbelieving
Gentiles call Duke of Buckingham," replied Milady.
The young caballero has got real gold pieces in the belt he wears next his skin; and the man with the heavy moustaches and unbelieving
eyes is indeed very much of a man.
surprise, dwelt at length upon his enjoyment of Fallon's band and his longing to blow a cornet.
The poor child had become altogether unbelieving
as to the trustworthiness of that Key which had made the ambition and the labor of her husband's life.
It is depressing to see so really noble a character as Catherine soured, as we feel, and lowered, as time goes on, from the happy resignation of the first volume (in which solemn, beautiful, and entire, and so very real, she is like a poem of Wordsworth) down to the mere passivity of the third volume, and the closing scene of Robert Elsmere's days, very exquisitely as this episode of unbelieving
yet saintly biography has been conceived and executed.
Yet if he had been in a position to have analyzed the emotion she displayed, he might have remarked that there was none of the surprise, the blank, unbelieving
amazement which might have been expected from one hearing for the first time of such a calamity.