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  • She might have heard the point discussed by her father more than once; but we have already noticed that she was accustomed to listen with reverence to much which she was incapable of understanding, and that subtle arguments of casuistry found her a patient, but unedified hearer.

    The Heart of Mid-Lothian

  • An unedified palate is the irrepressible cloven foot of the upstart.

    A Pair of Blue Eyes

  • Dr. Middleton talked with Miss Bale on classical matters, like a good-natured giant giving a child the jump from stone to stone across a brawling mountain ford, so that an unedified audience might really suppose, upon seeing her over the difficulty, she had done something for herself.

    The Project Gutenberg FAQ 2002

  • Dr. Middleton talked with Miss Dale on classical matters ', like a good-natured giant giving a child the jump from stone to stone across a brawling mountain ford, so that an unedified audience might really suppose, upon, seeing her over the difficulty, she had done something for herself.

    The Project Gutenberg FAQ 2002

  • Dr. Middleton talked with Miss Bale on classical matters ', like a good-natured giant giving a child the jump from stone to stone across a brawling mountain ford, so that an unedified audience might really suppose, upon ~ seeing her over the difficulty, she had done something for herself.

    The Project Gutenberg FAQ 2002

  • Dr. Middleton talked with Miss Dalo on classics, l rnatters ', like a good-natured giant giving a child the jtimp from stone to stone across a brawling mountain ford, so that an unedified audience might really suppose, upon ~ seeing her over the difficulty, she had done something for herself.

    The Project Gutenberg FAQ 2002

  • Bluejackets in a row, unedified, as were most of us.

    Julia Ward Howe, 1819-1910

  • An unedified palate is the irrepressible cloven foot of the upstart.

    A Pair of Blue Eyes

  • (1Co 14: 14) might leave the understanding unedified, BUT with the understanding also [Alford and Ellicott]. pray with the understanding also -- and, by inference, I will keep silence altogether if I cannot pray with the understanding (so as to make myself understood by others).

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • Dr. Middleton talked with Miss Dale on classical matters, like a good-natured giant giving a child the jump from stone to stone across a brawling mountain ford, so that an unedified audience might really suppose, upon seeing her over the difficulty, she had done something for herself.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith

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