A poor weapon with which to kill Jikiza the Unconquerable
," said Galazi, eyeing it askance.
After surmounting your unconquerable
horror of the bed, you will retire to rest, and get a few hours' unquiet slumber.
The men with us fought well, but never since Tars Tarkas and I fought out that long, hot afternoon shoulder to shoulder against the hordes of Warhoon in the dead sea bottom before Thark, had I seen two men fight to such good purpose and with such unconquerable
ferocity as the young red man and I fought that day before the throne of Issus, Goddess of Death, and of Life Eternal.
But Stroeve, the unconquerable
buffoon, had a love and an understanding of beauty which were as honest and sincere as was his own sincere and honest soul.
He had been able to form a judgment as to the unconquerable
modesty resulting from the combined virtues of the amulet and the gypsy, and he had mathematically calculated the resistance of that chastity to the second power.
Singer had given up his nibs too, but he had kept back a very large one, called a Jumbo, which was almost unconquerable
, and he could not resist the opportunity of getting Philip's Js out of him.
pride revolted at the idea that a man had held suspended at the end of his finger the thread of his royal life.
And, having glanced round the room, Prince Andrew turned to Rostov, whose state of unconquerable
childish embarrassment now changing to anger he did not condescend to notice, and said: "I think you were talking of the Schon Grabern affair?
said Caleb, who, in his unconquerable
indifference to money, was beginning to be chiefly concerned about the relation the affair might have to Mary's affections.
As against the purely negative action of the scientific spirit, the high-pitched Grey, the theistic Elsmere, the "ritualistic priest," the quaint Methodist Fleming, both so admirably sketched, present  perhaps no unconquerable
The sounds of the jungle night recalled most vividly the days and nights that she had spent in a similar jungle with her forest god--with the fearless and unconquerable
Tarzan of the Apes.
There he has lived ever since, growing older and sinking lower, often near fortune but always missing it, a slave to bad habits, weak and dissolute if you like, but ever keeping up his voluntary sacrifice, ever with that unconquerable
longing for one last glimpse of his own country and his own people.
I fell into the deepest dejection, believing that she had gone away, yet took no steps to resolve my doubt by inquiry of my landlady, to whom, indeed, I had taken an unconquerable
aversion from her having once spoken of the girl with less of reverence than I thought befitting.
It was early pointed out that in spite of himself Milton has in some sense made Satan the hero of the poem--a reader can scarcely fail to sympathize with the fallen archangel in his unconquerable
Puritan-like resistance to the arbitrary decrees of Milton's despotic Deity.
Have you never observed how invincible and unconquerable
is spirit and how the presence of it makes the soul of any creature to be absolutely fearless and indomitable?