unwonted


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His chief impression with regard to ascertaining those mysterious correlatives of his familiar English vocables which were current in this extraordinary city of Paris was, that it was simply a matter of a good deal of unwonted and rather ridiculous muscular effort on his own part.
There was a burgeoning within him of strange feelings and unwonted impulses.
Tupman was not in a condition to rise, after the unwonted dissipation of the previous night; Mr.
From the streets beyond the high wall and the strong gate, there came the usual night hum of the city, with now and then an indescribable ring in it, weird and unearthly, as if some unwonted sounds of a terrible nature were going up to Heaven.
It shows in the hard edges of her can-do personality, on guard against unwonted sentimentality and unneeded calories, sidestepping leery co-workers with a breezy smile.
But after it had reared and fattened them well, it ate them, ceasing the unwonted truce in natural opposition.
network, which is expected to guarantee unwonted stabilisation and less latency
Introduction of faster 5G network, which is expected to guarantee unwonted stabilization and less latency will surely create new opportunities for telecommunication companies.
Ike's unwonted coolness toward the 6th Army Group commander went beyond the usual and immediate explanation that Devers, unlike Bradley and Patton, was not an old friend...." Ike's feelings toward Devers, which Weigley contends had a "touch of irrationality," exerted a pernicious longterm effect on Allied operations in France and Germany.
Running through the whole saga is the story of leaks, alleged hacking, the unwonted interference of security agencies (also accompanied by selective and strategic leaking), and a Washington establishment deeply alarmed by what Trump's insurgency would mean for good governance, the rule of law, bureaucratic rationality, political accountability and moral propriety.
Unwonted unity has been forged by the shock of Brexit; it breaks a taboo and raises fears of further break-up at the hands of nationalists like French far-right leader Marine Le Pen.
The drama of Yu-Pe-Ya's experience of being disconcerted and wrong-footed by Tse-Ky is subtly rendered by Webster: his uncertainty of how to act, the way in which his action leads to an unwonted conviction of "discontent / At his own will" (ll.
The letters transcend these workaday roles; affecting personal documents, they allow an unwonted view of the principals as unvarnished figures in life.
heu quoties oft shall he fidem Of Faith and changed Gods Mutatosque deosflebit, & complain: and Seas aspera Rough with black winds and storms Nigris aequora vends Unwonted shall admire: Emirabitur insolens, Who now enjoyes thee Qui nunc tefruitur credulus credulous, all Gold, aurea: Who alwayes vacant alwayes Qui semper vacuum, semper amiable amabilem Hopes thee; of flattering gales Sperat, nescius aurae Unmindfull.
One is that instinctive moderate's unwonted militancy during the Constitutional Convention in support of a plenary congressional veto over state laws.