She was not elegantly dressed, but a noble-looking woman, and the girls thought the gray cloak and unfashionable
bonnet covered the most splendid mother in the world.
As to Tom, he was thinking over some words of an unfashionable
old book, which kept running through his head, again and again, as follows: "We have here no continuing city, but we seek one to come; wherefore God himself is not ashamed to be called our God; for he hath prepared for us a city.
The young ladies arrived: their appearance was by no means ungenteel or unfashionable
Peasant women kept the unfashionable
babies close, and brought them up, and charming grandmammas of sixty dressed and supped as at twenty.
In this unfashionable
region Catherine the Great, always indifferent to precedent and thrifty of purse, had built herself in her youth a many-peaked and cross-beamed cottage- orne on a bit of cheap land overlooking the bay.
Later they learn that good sense and character make their own forms every moment, and speak or abstain, take wine or refuse it, stay or go, sit in a chair or sprawl with children on the floor, or stand on their head, or what else soever, in a new and aboriginal way; and that strong will is always in fashion, let who will be unfashionable
He looked from one to the other, and seemed to take stock of Denham's unfashionable
Casaubon's feet, and kissing his unfashionable
shoe-ties as if he were a Protestant Pope.
When four-and-twenty girls, dressed as jockeys, came prancing on to the stage, cracking their whips, stamping the heels of their topboots, and winking at the audience, Polly did not think it at all funny, but looked disgusted, and was glad when they were gone; but when another set appeared in a costume consisting of gauze wings, and a bit of gold fringe round the waist, poor unfashionable
Polly did n't know what to do; for she felt both frightened and indignant, and sat with her eyes on her play-bill, and her cheeks getting hotter and hotter every minute.
He shall take a lodging for us in one of the unfashionable
quarters of Paris.
This resolution she accordingly executed; and the next morning before the sun, she huddled on her cloaths, and at a very unfashionable
, unseasonable, unvisitable hour, went to Lady Bellaston, to whom she got access, without the least knowledge or suspicion of Sophia, who, though not asleep, lay at that time awake in her bed, with Honour snoring by her side.
and had it taken the form of cast-off clothes, or worn-out silver spoons, or unfashionable
jewellery, or anything of that sort?