Why, no, I can't say I am settling down," said Richard, strongly emphasizing "down," as if that expressed the difficulty, "because one can't settle down while this business remains in such an unsettled
And so it goes, little family differences for the most part, which, if left unsettled
would result finally in greater factional strife, and the eventual dismemberment of the tribe.
Though with the intimacy now established between the wounded man and Natasha the thought occurred that should he recover their former engagement would be renewed, no one- least of all Natasha and Prince Andrew- spoke of this: the unsettled
question of life and death, which hung not only over Bolkonski but over all Russia, shut out all other considerations.
Many of the Winkies could be seen working on their farms and the wild and unsettled
parts of Oz were by this time left far behind.
His fancies had for the most part revolved about the unsettled
political conditions of Henry's reign, for from these he felt he might wrest that opportunity which could be turned to his own personal uses and to the harm, and possibly the undoing, of the King.
While I am in this unsettled
frame of mind, my pony approaches a dim, black, winding line, where the bog must be crossed for the hundredth time at least.
some purposes is still unsettled
, but experiment has already proved
The audience had been growing more and more restless and unsettled
, and the faces of those that sat on the platform had been betraying greater and greater dismay and consternation.
In the days of Elizabeth the religion of England was still unsettled
People wish to be settled; only as far as they are unsettled
is there any hope for them.
But a home have I found nowhere: unsettled
am I in all cities, and decamping at all gates.
I am not only unsettled
and unhappy myself, but I am conscious of unsettling and interfering with other people.
June twenty-first, the day of the birthday, was cloudy and unsettled
at sunrise, but towards noon it cleared up bravely.
Some of the strange questions put to me by the woman in white, after my ill-considered promise to leave her free to act as she pleased, had suggested the conclusion either that she was naturally flighty and unsettled
, or that some recent shock of terror had disturbed the balance of her faculties.
Travelling was in a troubled state, and the minds of coachmen were unsettled