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  • By slow degrees he sucked himself up into as small a bundle of unobtrusive, undangerous dinosaur as he could possibly form.

    August 16th, 2005

  • It has taken the softening of all convictions and the blurring of all distinctions for the sacred to be thought to be undangerous and to come into its own here.

    THE CLOSING OF THE AMERICAN MIND

  • The doctor started on the bullet in the abdomen, since he needed something to do that was relatively undangerous, to boost his confidence.

    Captain Corelli's Mandolin

  • At its ballyhooed best, the adaptation of Arthur Schnitzler's disturbing 1900 drama Reigen (which became Max Ophüls 'movie La Ronde) was undangerous, not erotic, modish, not carnal.

    Down Memory Lane With Teacher: The Naughty Madame Melville

  • When you obtain it, it is in an inert and undangerous form.

    CNN Transcript Oct 11, 2001

  • Rogov smiled, held out his hand, and tried to look as friendly and undangerous as he could.

    Arctic Fire

  • Another result is that, while strange gleams of Esotericism shine through, -- as in that about the Four Recorders of the Four Cardinal Points, -- things that it seemed undangerous to the monks, because they did not understand their significance, to let pass, -- we hear nothing in

    The Crest-Wave of Evolution A Course of Lectures in History, Given to the Graduates' Class in the Raja-Yoga College, Point Loma, in the College-Year 1918-19

  • But in secret they console their miserable imaginations with unclean pictures of back-street lewdness, cheap, and regulated, and almost undangerous for their health and the welfare of their families.

    The Created Legend

  • If it delights women to pet an undangerous friend of our sex, to use him like one of themselves, there are no words to paint the soft and flattered content with which his spirit purrs under their caresses.

    Indian Summer

  • Sinais and Pisgahs of science, to speak with Him whose haunt they were, — climbing there all alone and in the dark, and with much peril, if haply he might descry the break of day and the promised land; or, to vary the figure, diving into deep and not undangerous wells, that he might the better see the stars at noon, and possibly find Her who is said to lurk there.

    Spare Hours

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