As I look at the full stream, the vivid grass, the delicate bright-green powder softening the outline of the great trunks and branches that gleam from under the bare purple boughs, I am in love with moistness, and envy the white ducks that are dipping their heads far into the water here among the withes, unmindful
of the awkward appearance they make in the drier world above.
And here he lived, unmindful
of the world and by the world forgotten.
Tom Jones, on the other hand, was not only deficient in outward tokens of respect, often forgetting to pull off his hat, or to bow at his master's approach; but was altogether as unmindful
both of his master's precepts and example.
Out of the deep dark ocean of life Love had brought them his great moon-pearl, and they sat on the boat's edge carelessly tossing it from one to the other, unmindful
of the hungry fathoms on every side.
"Your eminence," he said, "might have dispensed with your attendants; the honor bestowed on me is too great for me to be unmindful
After him pounced Sheeta the panther, unmindful
of his master's warning voice.
There, in a secluded bower, the two lovers whispered their hopes and plans, unmindful
of the royal charge playing neglected among the flowers and shrubbery of the garden.
"Such things, I know, are little to you, Sir Alfred," he continued, "but at the same time I want you to believe that his Majesty's Government will not be unmindful
of your help at this juncture.
We dashed across the open spaces and down the slopes unmindful
of possible snakes in the grass, until we reached the woods.
Sabin did not neglect his luncheon, nor was he ever for a moment unmindful
of the grey-headed princess who chatted away by his side with all the vivacity of her race and sex.
'There!' cried Miggs, unmindful
of this compliment.
Some of them are now rolling in riches, unmindful
of their old companion and friend, ma'am, others are in the habit of calling upon me to this day and saying, "Mr Witherden, some of the pleasantest hours I ever spent in my life were spent in this office--were spent, Sir, upon this very stool"; but there was never one among the number, ma'am, attached as I have been to many of them, of whom I augured such bright things as I do of your only son.'