She chucked the letter back to me unopened
, and kicked me out of the house, morally, not physically, although not far off it."
"That we touch not," quoth Robin, "for this Quentin is an honest fellow, who hath risen by his own thrift." So the bales of silk were laid aside unopened
Any more letters from Miss Vanstone will be returned unopened
. Any personal application will produce an immediate appeal to the protection of the law.
At length Richard found time to cast his eyes on the direction of the letter, which he still held unopened
, crumpling it in his hand.
As I had been scrutinizing this weird monstrosity the balance of the herd had fed quite close to me and I now saw that while many had the smaller specimens dangling from them, not all were thus equipped, and I further noted that the little ones varied in size from what appeared to be but tiny unopened
buds an inch in diameter through various stages of development to the full-fledged and perfectly formed creature of ten to twelve inches in length.
This chamber changed for one more holy, This bed for one more melancholy, I pray to God that she may lie Forever with unopened
eye, While the dim sheeted ghosts go by!
To natural means alone we are confined; let us try therefore what, by these means, may be done for poor Jones; though to confess the truth, something whispers me in the ear that he doth not yet know the worst of his fortune; and that a more shocking piece of news than any he hath yet heard remains for him in the unopened
leaves of fate.
Franklin Blake, you will anticipate the sad news I have to tell you, on finding your letter to Ezra Jennings returned to you, unopened
, in this enclosure.
I'm off!" I broke the seal with a great effort-- so great a one that I was a long time coming to it; took the unopened
missive at last up to my room and only attacked it just before going to bed.
Piles of letters came every day, which he left unopened
upon his study table.
Hilda sat down by the table with the letter in her hand, still unopened
. She looked at it intently, turned it over, and felt its thickness with her fingers.
Clara laid her newspaper aside, unopened
, on the garden seat.