visit revived their suspicions; but he announced himself as a messenger of good-will from the chief, who, finding they had taken the wrong road, had sent Rose and his companions to guide them to a nearer and better one across the mountain.
She knew, that when he now took up the Baronetage, it was to drive the heavy bills of his tradespeople, and the unwelcome
hints of Mr Shepherd, his agent, from his thoughts.
How provoking it is, my dear Catherine, that this unwelcome
guest of yours should not only prevent our meeting this Christmas, but be the occasion of so much vexation and trouble
Archer withdrew reluctantly with the unwelcome
It is not thus that the Church in its great days dealt with evidence that was unwelcome
Babies were unwelcome
, the man received them with surly anger, the mother with despair; it was one more mouth to feed, and there was little enough wherewith to feed those already there.
As Jane permitted herself to harbor these thoughts, others equally unwelcome
forced themselves upon her.
Whatever was not problematical and suspected about this young man--for example, a certain showiness as to foreign ideas, and a disposition to unsettle what had been settled and forgotten by his elders-- was positively unwelcome
to a physician whose standing had been fixed thirty years before by a treatise on Meningitis, of which at least one copy marked "own" was bound in calf.
It is thus that I have been pursued for several years now by the unwelcome
sympathy of the tender-hearted and virtuous Mary A .
Why have you dared to intrude your unwelcome
persons into the secluded Land of the Mangaboos?
Ojo was greatly annoyed by this unwelcome
addition to their party.
And this was an unwelcome
thought; for vexed, harassed, disappointed as I had been, and greatly as I had learned to love and value my home, I was not yet weary of adventure, nor willing to relax my efforts.
In place of tender remembrances of Cecilia, these were the perplexing and unwelcome
thoughts which the more potent personality of Francine forced upon Emily's mind.
In the street, as Henry closed the house-door, he was stopped by a passing acquaintance--a wearisome inquisitive man-- doubly unwelcome
to him, at that moment.
Here was an unexpectedly good chance to get this unwelcome
orphan off her hands, and she did not even feel grateful for it.