Norah had struggled against her rooted distrust of Frank, in deference to the unanswerable decision of both her parents in his favor; and had suppressed the open expression of her antipathy, though the feeling itself remained unconquered
. Miss Garth had made no such concession to the master and mistress of the house.
he knew not in his heart that in place of the stone his son was left behind, unconquered
and untroubled, and that he was soon to overcome him by force and might and drive him from his honours, himself to reign over the deathless gods.
OEDIPUS This thunder, peal on peal, this lightning hurled Flash upon flash, from the unconquered
Their mind being whole, their eye is as yet unconquered
, and when we look in their faces we are disconcerted.
Ona was kept up by her excitement, but all of the women and most of the men were tired--the soul of Marija was alone unconquered
. She drove on the dancers--what had once been the ring had now the shape of a pear, with Marija at the stem, pulling one way and pushing the other.
From the fight with wild beasts returned he home: but even yet a wild beast gazeth out of his seriousness--an unconquered
Struggles was selected to do the same kind office for the hitherto unconquered
Thus, on a certain night, they set out to fall upon the kraals of the People of the Axe, where dwelt the chief Jikiza, who was named the Unconquered
, and owned the axe Groan- Maker, but when they neared the kraal the wolves turned back and fled.
Still Silver was unconquered
. I could hear his teeth rattle in his head, but he had not yet surrendered.
He said, as if in excuse for this hope, that previously the army had encountered great defeats and in a few months had shaken off all blood and tradition of them, emerging as bright and valiant as a new one; thrusting out of sight the memory of disaster, and appearing with the valor and confidence of unconquered
Dorothea, who was shrewd and sprightly, and by this time thoroughly understood Don Quixote's crazy turn, and that all except Sancho Panza were making game of him, not to be behind the rest said to him, on observing his irritation, "Sir Knight, remember the boon you have promised me, and that in accordance with it you must not engage in any other adventure, be it ever so pressing; calm yourself, for if the licentiate had known that the galley slaves had been set free by that unconquered
arm he would have stopped his mouth thrice over, or even bitten his tongue three times before he would have said a word that tended towards disrespect of your worship."
And such retribution as that unconquered
army would deal out to the hateful Okarians!