My original opinion remains unchanged
; but it is only an opinion.
A high degree of refinement, however, does not seem to subdue our wicked propensities so much after all; and were civilization itself to be estimated by some of its results, it would seem perhaps better for what we call the barbarous part of the world to remain unchanged
In that case, or in the opposite case, let him be unchanged
in his old relation, in his old manner, in the old name by which I called him.
indeed," he answered,--"unchangeable, I think almost that I might now say.
It is difficult to believe, at any rate where physical laws are concerned, that the earlier part of the process which is the cause can make any difference to the effect, so long as the later part of the process which is the cause remains unchanged
. Suppose, for example, that a man dies of arsenic poisoning, we say that his taking arsenic was the cause of death.
Her intentions were unchanged
. Her resolution of refusal only grew more interesting by the addition of a scheme for his subsequent consolation and happiness.
Tell me that not only your house will remain the same, but that I shall ever find you and yours as unchanged
as your dwelling; and that you will always consider me with the kindness which has made everything belonging to you so dear to me."
Everything else was unchanged
, the sun still shining mercilessly on the steaming marsh and the tall pinnacle of the mountain, and I could scarce persuade myself that murder had been actually done and a human life cruelly cut short a moment since before my eyes.
His demeanor toward me was unchanged
, and he greeted me as though we had not just parted a few moments before.
Two abysmal beasts sprang at each other's throats that day beneath the shadow of earth's oldest cliffs--the man of now and the man-thing of the earliest, forgotten then, imbued by the same deathless passion that has come down unchanged
through all the epochs, periods and eras of time from the beginning, and which shall continue to the incalculable end--woman, the imperishable Alpha and Omega of life.
Both were silent, but whereas Aynesworth had turned his head away, Wingrave's position and attitude were unchanged
. She moved suddenly over towards him.
She appeared as unchanged
as he; and while he knew that he hid his real feelings, he was firm in his belief that she hid nothing.