Good deeds never go unrewarded
, nor does virtue ever fail to win the crown of divine justice, be it early or be it late.
A rigorous search disclosed nothing more than was already known about the dead man, and much patient excavation here and there about the premises by thoughtful and thrifty neighbors went unrewarded
. The administrator locked up the house against the time when the property, real and personal, should be sold by law with a view to defraying, partly, the expenses of the sale.
The mysterious person who figured in his wife's past as "the secretary" had probably not been unrewarded
for his share in her escape.
For no other reason has John Carlson been the faithful and unrewarded
custodian of the Glen Ellen Refuge.
"What a pity," the Prince sneered, "that such devotion should remain unrewarded
My reliance on the tea-pot, as an ally, did not go unrewarded
. In less than half an hour I knew as much as the Sergeant himself.
He dug deep, and he dug shallow, filling and washing a dozen pans, and was unrewarded
even by the tiniest golden speck.
A BATTLING display from Market Dray-ton Town went unrewarded
as they eventually succumbed to Newcastle Town in the Northern South East Division.
Summary: All of Swedish striker's 15 attempts on goal goes unrewarded
His loyalty did not go unrewarded
and in 1978 the club arranged a testimonial match against an Old Firm Select - the first Sons player to be awarded a benefit for 20 years.
"I think we were unrewarded
with a penalty Jermaine Beckford should have had," he said.
Their sacrifice, their surrender of civilian innocence and the risks they expose themselves to should not go unrewarded