"Do you think he drowned himself?" said Nancy, almost wondering that her husband should be so deeply shaken by what had happened all those years ago to an unloved
brother, of whom worse things had been augured.
On her first child, though the child of an unloved
father, had been concentrated all the love that had never found satisfaction.
The humblest flower that grows is visited by our messengers, and often blooms in fragrant beauty unknown, unloved
by all save Fairy friends, who seek to fill the spirits with all sweet and gentle virtues, that they may not be useless on the earth; for the noblest mortals stoop to learn of flowers.
Her great dark eyes wander blankly over the fields like the eyes of one who is desolate, homeless, unloved
, not the promised bride of a brave tender man.
All his life after Defoe loved King William and was his staunch friend, using all the power of his clever pen to make the unloved
Dutch King better understood of his people.
What a starved, unloved
life she had had--a life of drudgery and poverty and neglect; for Marilla was shrewd enough to read between the lines of Anne's history and divine the truth.
For long years I have been a cross, crabbed, unlovable, unloved
old man--though I'm not nearly sixty, yet, Pollyanna.
Then, too, there was the mute appeal of this wee waif alone and unloved
in the midst of the horrors of the savage jungle.
"Poor, hideous, unloved
, unloving monsters--they gave up their lives for the daughter of the man who made them the awful, repulsive creatures that they were."
It was all her stupidity!' he thought, recalling his unloved
wife, and he rolled over into his old place at the front part of the sledge.
Hooper spent a long life, irreproachable in outward act, yet shrouded in dismal suspicions; kind and loving, though unloved
, and dimly feared; a man apart from men, shunned in their health and joy, but ever summoned to their aid in mortal anguish.
Fred, in spite of his irritation, had kindness enough in him to be a little sorry for the unloved
, unvenerated old man, who with his dropsical legs looked more than usually pitiable in walking.