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Preserving her unmoved countenance, and with her fingers still going, Estella shook her head.
But at this depth of some yards, the Nautilus was unmoved by its fury and reposed peacefully in still water.
An American can scarcely remain unmoved at the sight of sixty thousand dollars.
In the midst of the disasters that befell the house, Cocles was the only one unmoved.
She paused, and saw with no slight indignation that he was listening with an air which proved him wholly unmoved by any feeling of remorse.
But the other, crafty and unmoved, nursing his shaven chin between the thumb and forefinger of his slim and treacherous hand, thinks deep within his heart full of guile: "Aha
Mills was heard, unmoved, like Jove in his cloud: "He's on leave here.
He thought much during that journey and came to several conclusions, though his lips were unmoved.
Jotham's facial muscles were unmoved by this appeal and, his vocabulary being limited, he merely repeated: "I guess I'll go along back.
And come in the doctor did, and stood there, quite unmoved by the thunders of applause that greeted his appearance.
Though these pictures confused and puzzled me, I could not be unmoved by the emotion that was patent in them; and, I knew not why, I felt in myself a feeling that with regard to Strickland was the last I had ever expected to experience.
He murmured in his heart an expression which though frequently applicable to members of the female sex is not often used of them in polite society; but with an unmoved face he ordered his tea.
The handsome Vera, who produced such an irritating and unpleasant effect on everyone, smiled and, evidently unmoved by what had been said to her, went to the looking glass and arranged her hair and scarf.
He seemed to be searching for something, though his eyes were unmoved in their sockets.
I should like to believe it," replied the lieutenant, who was quite unmoved.