He declared himself to be totally unsuspicious
of her sister's attachment; and she could not help remembering what Charlotte's opinion had always been.
The officer mentioned a small place on the coast some twelve miles off, where, unsuspicious
and unready, she was lying at anchor, with her sails unbent, painting yards and scraping spars.
was Helen that she was sitting on the porch, with her back to the road.
Weston meanwhile, perfectly unsuspicious
of the indignation he was exciting, happy and cheerful as usual, and with all the right of being principal talker, which a day spent anywhere from home confers, was making himself agreeable among the rest; and having satisfied the inquiries of his wife as to his dinner, convincing her that none of all her careful directions to the servants had been forgotten, and spread abroad what public news he had heard, was proceeding to a family communication, which, though principally addressed to Mrs.
-- are you so kind -- so good -- so unsuspicious
of ill, that you cannot understand, Valentine?"
While the angry mob in King Street were shouting his name, Lieutenant- Governor Hutchinson sat quietly in Grandfather's chair, unsuspicious
of the evil that was about to fall upon his head.
Morland knew so little of lords and baronets, that she entertained no notion of their general mischievousness, and was wholly unsuspicious
of danger to her daughter from their machinations.
And when they got home that night, she kissed Lucy with a free heart, almost exulting in this scorching moment, which had delivered her from the possibility of another word or look that would have the stamp of treachery toward that gentle, unsuspicious
She felt Edmund's kindness with all, and more than all, the sensibility which he, unsuspicious
of her fond attachment, could be aware of; but that he should forego any enjoyment on her account gave her pain, and her own satisfaction in seeing Sotherton would be nothing without him.
Mary had no feelings to make her respect her sister's in a common way, but she was perfectly unsuspicious
of being inflicting any peculiar wound.
of the man's true character, Jane Clayton saw nothing peculiar in his plans, or in his specious explanation of his former friendship for the raider, and so she grasped with alacrity the seeming hope for safety which he proffered her, and turning about she set out with Albert Werper toward the hostile camp in which she so lately had been a prisoner.
Daniel Quilp of Tower Hill, and Sampson Brass of Bevis Marks in the city of London, Gentleman, one of her Majesty's attornies of the Courts of the King's Bench and Common Pleas at Westminster and a solicitor of the High Court of Chancery, slumbered on, unconscious and unsuspicious
of any mischance, until a knocking on the street door, often repeated and gradually mounting up from a modest single rap to a perfect battery of knocks, fired in long discharges with a very short interval between, caused the said Daniel Quilp to struggle into a horizontal position, and to stare at the ceiling with a drowsy indifference, betokening that he heard the noise and rather wondered at the same, and couldn't be at the trouble of bestowing any further thought upon the subject.