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Three times round the pond she leapt and gamboled in an ecstasy of youth undisillusioned.
And how much better to die in all the happy period of undisillusioned youth, to go out in a blaze of light, than to have your body worn out and old and illusions shattered.
"Certainly Sherlock Holmes understood women, and surely the only explanation of it lies in this theory: that he was once married - at a very early age - emerging shortly as a widower and that slightly cynical but undisillusioned man we know."
She realized that the clever play which she had constructed so rapidly, and upon which she had counted to clear the tangle for which she was in part responsible, and to bring her back in time as the seeming fulfillment of the dream of a happy and undisillusioned father -- she realized that her poor, brilliant play had come to an instant end before it was fairly started, and that the control of events had passed into other hands.
“If there's one person that doesn't need the world's or faculty's opinion to prove one's merit, it's one's dear, darling, doating, self-deluded and undisillusioned mamma.
"If there's one person that doesn't need the world's or faculty's opinion to prove one's merit, it's one's dear, darling, doating, self-deluded and undisillusioned mamma.