It was past ten o'clock when Kate Swift set out and the walk was unpremeditated
There was fire in her and throughout her: she seemed the unpremeditated
offshoot of a passionate moment.
In the country, an unpremeditated
dance was very allowable; but in London, where the reputation of elegance was more important and less easily attained, it was risking too much for the gratification of a few girls, to have it known that Lady Middleton had given a small dance of eight or nine couple, with two violins, and a mere side-board collation.
Remember, too, that this proposal of mine was quite unpremeditated
This happy event--supposing it to be such--could only have occurred at an unpremeditated
The stranger, who had been interested in the course of her sermon as if it had been the development of a drama--for there is this sort of fascination in all sincere unpremeditated
eloquence, which opens to one the inward drama of the speaker's emotions--now turned his horse aside and pursued his way, while Dinah said, "Let us sing a little, dear friends"; and as he was still winding down the slope, the voices of the Methodists reached him, rising and falling in that strange blending of exultation and sadness which belongs to the cadence of a hymn.
The girls were wild for dancing; and the evenings ended, occasionally, in an unpremeditated
The fly moved creepingly up a hill, and Clare watched it go with an unpremeditated
hope that Tess would look out of the window for one moment.
Even now, coming round by the Sol's Arms with the intention of passing down the court, and out at the Chancery Lane end, and so terminating his unpremeditated
after-supper stroll of ten minutes' long from his own door and back again, Mr.
And yet, while my heart cried aloud in spite of me, and my nerves relieved themselves in this unpremeditated
ebullition, I was all the time watching its effect as closely as though no word of it had been sincere.
They were all rather yellow and dirty, with four-day beards, and they grouped themselves in the tired, unpremeditated
manner of men on a wreck.
To the Kensington Gardens we went; it may have been Manitoba we started for, but we arrived at the Kensington Gardens, and it had all been so unpremeditated
and smartly carried out that I remember clapping my hand to my head in the street, to make sure that I was wearing a hat.