Between Elizabeth and her one son George there was a deep unexpressed
bond of sympathy, based on a girlhood dream that had long ago died.
Without a word more spoken -- neither he nor she assuming the guidance, but with an unexpressed
consent -- they glided back into the shadow of the woods whence Hester had emerged, and sat down on the heap of moss where she and Pearl had before been sitting.
Jennings thought only of his behaviour;--and while his looks of anxious solicitude on Marianne's feeling, in her head and throat, the beginning of a heavy cold, because unexpressed
by words, entirely escaped the latter lady's observation;--SHE could discover in them the quick feelings, and needless alarm of a lover.
I had indeed made my proposal from the idea that he wished and would ask me to be his wife: an expectation, not the less certain because unexpressed
, had buoyed me up, that he would claim me at once as his own.
Only on one point were they agreed; and that was the haunting sense of unexpressed
deformity with which the fugitive impressed his beholders.
Frances, too, regards it with a sort of unexpressed
anxiety; while her son leans on Hunsden's knee, or rests against his shoulder, she roves with restless movement round, like a dove guarding its young from a hovering hawk; she says she wishes Hunsden had children of his own, for then he would better know the danger of inciting their pride end indulging their foibles.
It gave one a glimpse of amazing egoism in a sentiment to which one could hardly give a name, a mysterious appropriation of one human being by another as if in defiance of unexpressed
things and for an unheard-of satisfaction of an inconceivable pride.
Very familiar to him, as he said himself some hours ago, George Rouncewell lifts him into easier positions through the long remainder of the blank wintry night, and equally familiar with his unexpressed
wish, extinguishes the light and undraws the curtains at the first late break of day.
There was within him a deep unexpressed
conviction that all would be well, but that one must not trust to this and still less speak about it, but must only attend to one's own work.
Then she left the revolt of her thought unexpressed
to cry out: "Oh
But the unexpressed
question was in her thoughts--"Of what guilt does he suspect Mrs.
hopes rested silently on the possible appearance of Mrs.