I considered this ungarnished
manner of asking questions impertinent, and, trying to look lofty, made an attempt to pass at the side.
Speak, thou vast and venerable head, muttered Ahab, which, though ungarnished
with a beard, yet here and there lookest hoary with mosses; speak, mighty head, and tell us the secret thing that is in thee.
I slipped through one of these cracks, went up a swept and ungarnished
staircase, as arid as a desert, and opened the first door I came to.
Good news or bad, its delivered ungarnished
because everyone in my organisation is smart enough to see the reality anyway, so why embellish it?
Those who prefer a more austere, ungarnished
performance of classical music might not be drawn to an Andre Rieu concert.
His memoir of the trial and imprisonment featured the SS engraving and denoted the cause: "for aiding slaves to escape from bondage." Abolitionist author Maria Weston Chapman penned the preface, avowing "I had long known his character as a man of the strictest veracity and the highest conscientiousness." In his memoir, he sought to put his "simple ungarnished
statement of the case" before the American public.
If you hear these rumours again, meet them with a flat, ungarnished
denial.' (23) It is unclear what is being denied here.
But when the gates swing open at 10.30 on Tuesday morning there won't be a chair out of place, a plate ungarnished
, a bar untended - and the annual transformation will be complete.
I put this information in an e-mail more or less ungarnished
, just as you see it here, and then I went out and bought a handle of shochu.
For the adults, for those that care about the children of the world, it provides the same message, ungarnished
by the usual rhetoric of politics and beliefs.
TRUTH: A COOKING CONTEST MEMOIR tells of the author's win of the famous Pillsbury Bake-Off and how it changed her life.
"which, though ungarnished
with a beard, yet here and there lookest hoary with mosses; Thou hast been where bell or diver never went; hast slept by many a sailor's side, where sleepless mothers would give their lives to lay them down.