10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «UNATTENDING»
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The new encyclopædia; or, Universal dictionary ofarts and ...
3. Unaccompanied ; forsaken.— Hath left you unattended. Sbak. *
UNATTENDING, adj. Not attending.— That praise address'd to unattending ears.
Mi.'t.— J.eptune in anguilh his charge unattending. Dryd. * UNATTENTIVE. adj.
Encyclopaedia Perthensis, 1807
Minutes of the ... Session of the Northern New York ...
In the six city churches we have 7,637 adherents; 3,765 unattendtending
adherents; 250 unattending members; 551 young people outside church
membership; 52 undeposited church letters and 2,775 noncontributors among
members and ...
Methodist Episcopal Church. Northern New York Conference, 1915
The Works of John Dryden, Volume XV: Plays: Albion and ...
Ev'ry Nymph of the flood, her Tresses rending, 40 Throws off her Armlet of Pearl
in the Main; Neptune in anguish his Charge unattending, Vessels are foundring,
and Vows are in vain. Enter Tyranny, Democracy, represented by Men, attended
John Dryden, John Dryden Edward Niles Hooker Hugh Thomas Swedenberg Alan Roper, Earl Miner, 1976
A Dictionary of the English Language: In which the Words are ...
Ev'ry nymph of the flood, her tresses rending, Throws offher armlet of pearl in the
main; Neptune in anguish his charge unattending. Vessels are found' ring, and
vows are in vain. Dryden. Unatte'ntive. adj. Not regarding. Man's nature is so ...
Samuel Johnson, Henry John Todd, 1805
Encyclopaedia perthensis, or, Universal dictionary of the ...
That praise addrefsrd 16 unattending ears. Milt. — Neptune in anguish bis
charge unattending. Jiryd- * UNATTENTIVE. adj. Not regarding.— Man's nature is
so u'naitentive to. good. Gov. Ton, —Seldom draw, the eyes of th$'itnatteotiy* •
Encyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the ...
Hiving no retinue, or attendants.— Goddess-like (lie went not unattended. Milton.
2. Having no followers.— Unattended generals. Dryden. 3. Unaccompanied ;
forsaken. — Hath left you unattended. Shak. * UNATTENDING, adj. Not attending
The Works of Hannah More
own feelings, while it soothes, without healing, those of the mourner. But perhaps
the integrity of the friend conquers his timidity. Alas ! he is honestly explicit to
unattending or to offended ears. — They refuse to hear the voice of the charmer.
The history of the Anglo-Saxons from the earliest period to ...
All polytheism and mythology seem to be an attempted compromise between
scepticism and superstition : the natural process of the mind beginning to know,
resolved to question, unattending to its ignorance, and solving its doubts by its ...
... the scene. i' ' The theatres of other countries assemble spectators, but an
audience is only to be found in a French theatre.—-Through the whole five acts
attention never flagged for a'moment; not an eye was avertednot an ear
Lady Morgan (Sydney), Sir Thomas Charles Morgan, 1817
The Poetical Works of John Milton
3 Ln. Nay gentle shepherd, ill is lost that praise That is addrest to unattending
ears. Not any boast of skill, but extreme shift How to regain my sever'd company,
260' _Compell'd me to awake the courteous Echo ' To give me answer from her ...