Yes, that was the origin of one of the grossest scenes which, in their repetition, must have had a deplorable effect on the unformed
character of the most pitiful of de Barral's victims.
Only his soul is left on the holy earth, and that fits gibbering about a small unformed
She had gradually come to be interested in her niece, and fond of her; she disliked some things about her very much, she was amused by others; but she felt her, on the whole, a live if unformed
human being, experimental, and not always fortunate in her experiments, but with powers of some kind, and a capacity for feeling.
In the early Elizabethan period, however, an age when life itself was dramatically intense and tragic, when everything classic was looked on with reverence, and when standards of taste were unformed
, it was natural enough that such plays should pass for masterpieces.
Scarcely had I dropped my head back into its original position, when there flashed upon my mind what I cannot better describe than as the unformed
half of that idea of deliverance to which I have previously alluded, and of which a moiety only floated indeterminately through my brain when I raised food to my burning lips.
I had already an ugly, unformed
idea of some substitution or reversal of parts; then I stooped to turn the bookstand myself, by accident, and I instantly knew everything, for I saw the two cups revolve once more, like moons in the sky."
"How stupid of me to speak of the portrait," thought the prince as he entered the study, with a feeling of guilt at his heart, "and yet, perhaps I was right after all." He had an idea, unformed
as yet, but a strange idea.
Some were detached sentences; other parts took the form of a regular diary, scrawled in an unformed
, childish hand.
She was indeed still unformed
, but was evidently as light as a feather.
His character is unformed
. It is slowly evolving itself out of a chaos of doubt and disbelief.
Twelve years had changed Anne from the blooming, silent, unformed
girl of fifteen, to the elegant little woman of seven-and-twenty, with every beauty except bloom, and with manners as consciously right as they were invariably gentle; and twelve years had transformed the fine-looking, well-grown Miss Hamilton, in all the glow of health and confidence of superiority, into a poor, infirm, helpless widow, receiving the visit of her former protegee as a favour; but all that was uncomfortable in the meeting had soon passed away, and left only the interesting charm of remembering former partialities and talking over old times.
I sympathized with and partly understood them, but I was unformed
in mind; I was dependent on none and related to none.