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- adjective Far from
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On a night quite unenchanting, when the rain was downward slanting
He may have seen that as a more morally and emotionally satisfying conclusion to a life of statelessness than that of making the unenchanting concessions associated with achieving statehood. posted by GayandRight @ 10:38 AM
Health, unenchanting as it may be, is a prime asset.
Town Councillors: carried out to the highest power, no doubt, but incorrigibly municipal none the less; and the journey through these halls of their deliberations is tedious and unenchanting.
You are effectively obliged to write poems for any number of unpromising royal occasions, probably starting with the unenchanting topic of Prince William and Kate Middleton's engagement.
Everything, everything so beautiful except humanity -- and not only man himself -- dirty and unenchanting -- but the instrument of hideousness all around. "