True, from the unmarred
dead body of the whale, you may scrape off with your hand an infinitely thin, transparent substance, somewhat resembling the thinnest shreds of isinglass, only it is almost as flexible and soft as satin; that is, previous to being dried, when it not only contracts and thickens, but becomes rather hard and brittle.
As I looked at his sensitive young face, unmarred
by pleasure and unscathed by sorrow, bathed daily, I surmised, in the may-dew of high philosophies--ah, so high!
A perfect type of the strongly masculine, unmarred
by dissipation, or brutal or degrading passions.
This species of stone is so hard that figures cut in it remain sharp and unmarred
after exposure to the weather for two or three thousand years.
Michaelis' first appearance in the world was a success - a success of esteem unmarred
by a single murmur of derision.
There was a sumptuous serenity in it all, a thin, vibrating excitement, the perfect security, as of an invincible ignorance, that evoked within him a transcendent belief in felicity as the lot of all mankind, a recklessly picturesque desire to get promptly something for himself only, out of that splendour unmarred
by any shadow of a thought.
She was rather thin; you could see the veins on the back of her hand through pale, unmarred
Spent casings were ejected cleanly and unmarred
. We did notice that the bolt throw seemed long for a medium-length .308-class rifle, and the Tactical's cock-on-opening bolt action was not especially fast.
Wells can and does complain about the philosophy of scientists, but it won't change the fact that the two fossil examples still seem largely unmarred
insofar as support for evolution is concerned.
Electrically heated, the blades indent the plastic surface or, heated less, leave it unmarred
to write "1" or "0" bits, respectively.
But the history of the two countries' relationship is not completely unmarred
Unaffected by fleeting modes, she created her own unique voice unmarred
by previous "knowledge."