Dashwood was alike uninfluenced
by either consideration.
What other body would be likely to feel CONFIDENCE ENOUGH IN ITS OWN SITUATION, to preserve, unawed and uninfluenced
, the necessary impartiality between an INDIVIDUAL accused, and the REPRESENTATIVES OF THE PEOPLE, HIS ACCUSERS?
But even if- imagining a man quite exempt from all influences, examining only his momentary action in the present, unevoked by any cause- we were to admit so infinitely small a remainder of inevitability as equaled zero, we should even then not have arrived at the conception of complete freedom in man, for a being uninfluenced
by the external world, standing outside of time and independent of cause, is no longer a man.
From my soul I do not think she would marry you without love; that is, if there is a girl in the world capable of being uninfluenced
by ambition, I can suppose it her; but ask her to love you, and she will never have the heart to refuse."
The fact is, that Raoul, uninfluenced
by devotion, measuring the risk they run, saw how imminent the danger was, but he willingly allowed himself to accept a peril which De Wardes had declined.
My thoughts suddenly took a new direction, uninfluenced
by any effort of my will.
On John Willet it made almost as much impression as on the sign outside the door, while Joe, who took it in the best part, avowed himself more obliged than he could well express, but politely intimated his intention nevertheless of taking his own course uninfluenced
His tall, gaunt, stringy figure is insensible to fatigue, and his dry, half-sarcastic, and often wholly unsympathetic manner is uninfluenced
by any change in his surroundings.
One has only to look at the thing quite independently, broadly, and uninfluenced
by commonplace ideas, and my idea will by no means seem so .
If I had told Sandy I had seen a wagon, uninfluenced
by enchantment, spin along fifty miles an hour; had seen a man, unequipped with magic powers, get into a basket and soar out of sight among the clouds; and had listened, without any necromancer's help, to the conversation of a person who was several hundred miles away, Sandy would not merely have supposed me to be crazy, she would have thought she knew it.
"You think to escape," he said, in the deadly, expressionless monotone of his kind--the only possible result of orally expressing reason uninfluenced
'MANDEVILLE'S VOYAGE.' One of the earliest literary works of the period, however, was uninfluenced
by these social and moral problems, being rather a very complete expression of the naive medieval delight in romantic marvels.