was undoubtedly the most artful and uncompromising
flatterer that ever smoothed out all the natural characteristic blemishes from a sitter's face; but even that accomplished parasite would have found Mr.
The elder Lassiter had that severity of manner that so frequently affirms an uncompromising
devotion to duty, and conceals a warm and affectionate disposition.
It is the tradition that he died of starvation in solitary confinement, and this harsh treatment is explained as having been caused by his uncompromising
stubbornness and his fiery and tactless hatred for all men that served the despotism.
It is possible to blame him severely, and to insist on his reformation in the most uncompromising
resoluteness in this respect accounts for much of the dulness which it is useless to try to deny in his work.
I will confess to you, sir, that in spite of my promise, my first impulse was to act straightforwardly and to make everything known to the head of the family, but the thought of his uncompromising
sternness made me pause, and the probable consequences of the confession appalled me; my courage failed, I temporized with my conscience, I determined to wait until I was sufficiently sure of the affection of the girl I hoped to win, before hazarding my happiness by the terrible confession.
You will call yourself John Jones, or George Potts, or some such sternly commonplace name, to emphasise your uncompromising
attitude towards all feminine weaknesses, and no one will be taken in.
Where her opinions and sentiments tallied with mine, it was her extreme good sense, her exquisite taste and feeling, that delighted me; where they differed, it was still her uncompromising
boldness in the avowal or defence of that difference, her earnestness and keenness, that piqued my fancy: and even when she angered me by her unkind words or looks, and her uncharitable conclusions respecting me, it only made me the more dissatisfied with myself for having so unfavourably impressed her, and the more desirous to vindicate my character and disposition in her eyes, and, if possible, to win her esteem.
She disliked in Levin his strange and uncompromising
opinions and his shyness in society, founded, as she supposed, on his pride and his queer sort of life, as she considered it, absorbed in cattle and peasants.
This lady's name, stated in uncompromising
capitals of considerable size on a brass door-plate, and yet not lucidly as to sex or condition, was BILLICKIN.
It appeared rather as an unclean and sinister cavern where men and women are haled by adverse fate to writhe ridiculously in the presence of uncompromising
Not the least disguise toned down or shaded off that uncompromising
fact in the landscape.
The auditory were divided on this point; its more uncompromising
members crying, 'No, you are not,' and its politer materials, 'Yes, you are.
The name of the Creditor is Riah,' said Mr Fledgehy, with a rather uncompromising
accent on his noun-substantive.
A lie, Watson--a great, big, thumping, obtrusive, uncompromising
lie--that's what meets us on the threshold