I remember that madame," Georges always gave his old mistress this title of honor, "kept many of the beautiful garments of her trousseau untouched
, down to the melancholy period of the revolution.
Picturesque and clean as docks go, these twin basins spread side by side the dark lustre of their glassy water, sparely peopled by a few ships laid up on buoys or tucked far away from each other at the end of sheds in the corners of empty quays, where they seemed to slumber quietly remote, untouched
by the bustle of men's affairs - in retreat rather than in captivity.
My sense of enjoyment possessed an edge whetted to the finest, untouched
, keen, exquisite.
He had aimed at Hector's head near the top of his helmet, but bronze was turned by bronze, and Hector was untouched
, for the spear was stayed by the visored helm made with three plates of metal, which Phoebus Apollo had given him.
Every article, however trivial, which belonged to me, the natives appeared to regard as sacred; and I observed that for several days after becoming an inmate of the house, my pumps were suffered to remain, untouched
, where I had first happened to throw them.
When reason returned with the morning - when I had slept off the fumes of the night's debauch - I experienced a sentiment half of horror, half of remorse, for the crime of which I had been guilty; but it was, at best, a feeble and equivocal feeling, and the soul remained untouched
Fanny could have said a great deal, but it was safer to say nothing, and leave untouched
all Miss Crawford's resources-- her accomplishments, her spirits, her importance, her friends, lest it should betray her into any observations seemingly unhandsome.
But she knew in her heart that she could not trust him, for he desired her untouched
But the unthreshed sheaves remaining untouched
seemed countless still, notwithstanding the enormous numbers that had been gulped down by the insatiable swallower, fed by the man and Tess, through whose two young hands the greater part of them had passed.
We are untouched
by ambition, and what pride we have is due only to our contemplation of the work of our hands.
The first readers of The Origin of Species accepted it with their reason; but their emotions, which are the ground of conduct, were untouched
Many days during these years he spent in the cabin of his father, where still lay, untouched
, the bones of his parents and the skeleton of Kala's baby.
The room, dusty and untouched
since the death of Joseph Bazdeev was now even gloomier.
On his writing-table there were letters which had lain untouched
since the morning when he was taken ill, and among them, as Dorothea well remembered, there were young Ladislaw's letters, the one addressed to her still unopened.
As I walked I could not but compare myself with the first man of that other world, so complete the solitude which surrounded me, so primal and untouched
the virgin wonders and beauties of adolescent nature.