Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Lack of finish; incompleteness.
“They rose with fear, and left th 'unfinish'd feast,”
“To leave th 'unfinish'd fight, and storm the town:”
“Port Said is a rambling town, whose half brick, half timber buildings have a general air of dilapidation and unfinish which is depressing.”
“_ Vhilerffom thy lips th 'unfinish'd accents fall,.”
“The muttering verse the 'unfinish'd birth delay'd.”
“I tried six “finished” and two unfinish stories, divided equally between my SF and F writing.”
“(Is there not often something in the very neglect, unfinish, careless nudity, slovenly hiatus, coming from intrinsic genius, and not put on, that secretly pleases the soul more than the wrought and re-wrought polish of the most perfect verse?)”
“They begin in silence, and go quietly on to their unfinish, and leave you steeped in an interest which is life-long, whereas a story whose end you know soon perishes from your mind.”
“The house was still in a raw state of unfinish, though it seemed to have been lived in for a year at least.”
“This whole way of viewing childhood, this regretful retrospect of its vanished joys, this infatuated apotheosis of doughiness and rank unfinish, this fearful looking-for of dread old age, is low, gross, material, utterly unworthy of a sublime manhood, utterly false to”
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