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.
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.
Then I reflected that I had better try a short absence first, for I must already have had a sense (unexpressed
and dim) that in disappearing completely it would not be merely my own hopes that I should condemn to extinction.
Add to all this, the one perpetual thought in Laura's mind and mine, that we were to part the next day, and the haunting dread, unexpressed
by either of us, and yet ever present to both, that this deplorable marriage might prove to be the one fatal error of her life and the one hopeless sorrow of mine.
He raised his face, pale, full of unexpressed
She was thrilling with unexpressed
love for the mother she had never seen, and this written speech from the grave seemed to give more tangibility to her having ever existed, than did the vision of her.
He leaned back, serene, with that peculiar smile of his sealing the unexpressed
depths of his meanness.
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.
Her eyes raised for a moment seemed full of innocent suffering and unexpressed
menace in the depths of the dilated pupils within the rings of sombre blue.
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.
But the unexpressed
question was in her thoughts--"Of what guilt does he suspect Mrs.
But there are unexpressed
confidences, Mr Clennam; and as you have been together intimately among these people, I cannot doubt that a confidence of that sort exists in the present case.