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  • But though the utter demolition of hope played with Henry its usual part of demolishing, also, half the fervour of admiration, he still felt, in consequence of his late failure, a distaste of any similar attempt: and Mr. Westwyn, unbribed by the high praise of his son, which had won him in Camilla, left him master of his choice.


  • The unbullied and unbribed journalists out there must keep the scheming of the Bush administration on the front burner and command the attention of the American people.


  • “There is no more mercy in them,” said another of the banditti, “than in an unbribed sheriffs officer.”


  • But seeing what the man will do, unbribed, there's no occasion to.

    The Far Call

  • To her it was the centenary of the great betrayal to which, as a distinguished writer has said, the whole of her unbribed intellect was opposed, and which formed the climax to a century of suffering.

    Ireland and the Home Rule Movement

  • [582] _Reliquerat_, not 'he had left them behind,' which is the usual meaning of _relinquo_, but 'he had left them unbribed:' that is, he had neglected to bribe them.

    C. Sallusti Crispi De Bello Catilinario Et Jugurthino

  • But seeing what the man will do unbribed, there’s no occasion to.

    As I Please

  • For if politics is merely a guerilla war between the bribed and the unbribed, then statecraft is not

    A Preface to Politics

  • Not the Superba, Fantasma Paris of Anglo-Saxon fictioneers, not the Broadwayed, Strandified, dandified Paris of the Folies-Bergère and the Alcazar, but the Paris still primitive in innocent and unbribed pleasure.

    Europe After 8:15

  • Speaker Foster said that the whole unbribed intellect of Ireland was against the Union.

    The Life of Froude

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