Besides the rosebush, she had observed several other species of flowers growing there in a wilderness of neglect, and obstructing one another's development (as is often the parallel case in human society) by their uneducated
entanglement and confusion.
Here is a whole class,--debased, uneducated
, indolent, provoking,--put, without any sort of terms or conditions, entirely into the hands of such people as the majority in our world are; people who have neither consideration nor self-control, who haven't even an enlightened regard to their own interest,--for that's the case with the largest half of mankind.
In my then uneducated
state, that went home to my non-cultivation, and I thought here is a man with an unobstructed eye.
It was noble music, but the uneducated
chipped in and spoilt it, just as the congregations used to do on earth.
I shook my head: I could not see how poor people had the means of being kind; and then to learn to speak like them, to adopt their manners, to be uneducated
, to grow up like one of the poor women I saw sometimes nursing their children or washing their clothes at the cottage doors of the village of Gateshead: no, I was not heroic enough to purchase liberty at the price of caste.
If you wish to live humbly, you can do so without pretending to be an uneducated
man and without taking an irritating and absurd name.
Even the common uneducated
audience of the pit and gallery lost their interest in the play.
That confirms my impression," said the King, "that you are not a Man, but a feminine Monstrosity with a bass voice, and an utterly uneducated
I understood from Edmond that she was the daughter of a simple fisherman, beautiful but uneducated
Nor must you chide me, beloved, because I have written you a letter like this (reading it through, I see it to be all odds and ends); for I am an old man now, dear Barbara, and an uneducated
I am sure, Lord Illingworth, you don't think that uneducated
people should be allowed to have votes?
Accustomed to ease, and unequal to the struggles incident to an infant society, the affluent emigrant was barely enabled to maintain his own rank by the weight of his personal superiority and acquirements; but, the moment that his head was laid in the grave, his indolent and comparatively uneducated
offspring were compelled to yield precedency to the more active energies of a class whose exertions had been stimulated by necessity.