Young yet, barely thirty-six, eminently handsome, magnificently strong, almost bursting with a splendid virility, his free trail-stride, never learned on pavements, and his black eyes, hinting of great spaces and unwearied
with the close perspective of the city dwellers, drew many a curious and wayward feminine glance.
She had deliberately arrayed herself in widow's mourning; and was earning her livelihood in an employment which the unwearied
kindness of Agnes had procured for her in London.
In all the different representations of Socrates, whether of Xenophon or Plato, and the differences of the earlier or later Dialogues, he always retains the character of the unwearied
and disinterested seeker after truth, without which he would have ceased to be Socrates.
You may easily believe," said he, "how great was the difficulty to persuade my father that all necessary knowledge was not comprised in the noble art of bookkeeping; and, indeed, I believe I left him incredulous to the last, for his constant answer to my unwearied
entreaties was the same as that of the Dutch schoolmaster in The Vicar of Wakefield:
Complete the next line of this legendary speech delivered by Prime Minister Winston Churchill in 1940: "The gratitude of every home in our Island, in our Empire, and indeed throughout the world, except in the abodes of the guilty, goes out to the British airmen who, undaunted by odds, unwearied
in their constant challenge and mortal danger, are turning the tide of the world war by their prowess and by their devotion.
labour to promote the social, moral and physical condition of the people of India, his earnest endeavours to suppress idolatry and the rite of suttee and his constant zealous advocacy of whatever tended to advance the glory of God and the welfare of man live in the grateful remembrance of his countrymen.
As a colleague noted, "Her body was often wearied, but she had an unwearied
The gratitude of every home in our island, in our Empire and indeed throughout the world, except in the abodes of the guilty, goes out to the British airmen who, undaunted by odds, unwearied
in their constant challenge and mortal danger, are turning the tide of the world by their prowess and their devotion .
Yet this work is left for the most part in the hands of men comparatively ignorant and illiterate, with narrow views and limited education--earnest in spirit it may be, simple and pure in life, unwearied
in industry--yet greatly deficient in some of the primary qualities, which go to make up the true ideal of a missionary.
He was standing unwearied
in a lonely place among rocks with a dead reptile at his feet.
Scott was pleased 'to acknowledge the unremitting kindness of Mr Joseph Train, supervisor of excise at Dumfries, to whose unwearied
industry I have been indebted for many curious traditions, and points of antiquarian interest'.
Keats even underlines the literary nature of this encounter when the Dreamer breaks the fourth wall and invites the audience to read alongside him: "And she spake on, / As ye may read who can unwearied
pass / Onward from the Antechamber of this dream" (1:463-65).
And so it was that Churchill said to Parliament on August 20, 1940: "The gratitude of every home in our island, in our empire and indeed throughout the world, except in the abodes of the guilty, goes out to the British airmen who, undaunted by odds, unwearied
in their constant challenge and mortal danger, are turning the tide of the world war by their prowess and devotion.
In a letter to Mr Hughes, Lloyd George wrote that victory in the field hinged on the "self-sacrifice and unwearied
labour of every individual that remains at home".
And again: "When I had procured myself these books [of kabbalah] at no small expense and had read them through with the greatest diligence and unwearied
labor, I saw in them (God is my witness) a religion not so much Mosaic as Christian.