To sundry it is given to be drawn away, and to be apart from the body for a season; for, as concerning rills which would flow across each other the weaker is borne along by the stronger, so there be certain of kin whose paths intersecting, their souls do bear company, the while their bodies go fore-appointed ways, unknowing
And the d'Urberville knights and dames slept on in their tombs unknowing
It was as if, unknowing
, I had strayed outside the magic circle.
By came a citizen, rotund, comfortable, home-hurrying, unknowing
of the delights of waving silken scarfs on the borders of dimly-lit parks.
A narrow ledge, scarce a foot wide, was all that had been left to carry the initiated past that frightful cavity into which the unknowing
must surely have toppled at the first step.
But for the momentary shining of the sun upon the emblazoned device on the prow of your craft, I had passed on unknowing
This poor mother, all unknowing
, and all for the best as she think, does such thing as lose her daughter body and soul, and we must not tell her, we must not even warn her, or she die, then both die.
So Robin lay watching the Friar, and the Friar, all unknowing
that he was so overlooked, ate his meal placidly.
I remained standing on the spot where he had left me, unwilling to depart, and yet unknowing
why I should loiter there.
It was as though all unknowing
I had heard a whisper or seen something.
A Cause was put out into the world, and, old or young, sick or sound, knowing or unknowing
, who can rein in the effect of that Cause?
The courier firm boss claimed to be an unknowing
carrier and denied distributing without a licence, and possessing and acquiring criminal property.