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- adjective Not
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Regarded simply as a matter of expediency, it is plain that to cause the act of any public official to bind all succeeding generations, living under dissimilar conditions and circumstances, which were then unknown and unprophesied, might result in unbearable evils.
English forces, and the possible imposition of a provisional government, may indeed lead to the unprophesied consummation — her deliverance — from
It is a pity we have not first drafts of all the great poems in the world: we might then see how much of the magic of literature is the result of toil and how much of the unprophesied wind of inspiration.
The growth of America in men and money has been a thing unguessed and unprophesied.