While that untrained
voice, with its incorrect breathing and labored transitions, was sounding, even the connoisseurs said nothing, but only delighted in it and wished to hear it again.
It was a raw, untrained
army, although some of its fractions had seen hard enough service, with a good deal of fighting, in the mountains of Western Virginia, and in Kentucky.
To Madame Ratignolle he said the music dispensed at her soirees was too "heavy," too far beyond his untrained
Honestly, this road is a marvellous feat for untrained
labour and with such rotten odds and ends of machinery.
One wild untrained
female voice broke into a song, and sang it alone through a verse, and then the same verse was taken up and repeated by half a hundred strong healthy voices, of all sorts, coarse and fine, singing in unison.
She loved him so passionately, and he was so godlike in her eyes; and being, though untrained
, instinctively refined, her nature cried for his tutelary guidance.
human nature was not frank and innocent; it was full of the twists and defences of an instinctive guile.
, unskilled in carrying weapons, they rushed across the seas to be the sport of the farmers who cut them off or shot them down, to be a hindrance in the way of the mercenaries who fought for you.
To the untrained
eye the collection of delicate originals made by the human finger on the glass plates looked about alike; but when enlarged ten times they resembled the markings of a block of wood that has been sawed across the grain, and the dullest eye could detect at a glance, and at a distance of many feet, that no two of the patterns were alike.
It was yet too far away for his untrained
eyes to recognize it; but as he came closer he saw that it was a horse, and was about to resume the original direction of his way when he thought that he discerned a saddle upon the beast's back.
And he could not help but contrast it with the weak pipings and shrill quaverings of factory girls, ill-nourished and untrained
, and with the raucous shriekings from gin-cracked throats of the women of the seaport towns.
They were mongrels, kept spotlessly and germicidally clean, who were unattached and untrained