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  • v. Present participle of unrealize.


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  • The first days of the war were full of a kind of unrealizing confidence, not boastful or fatuous, yet as different as possible from the clear-headed tenacity of purpose that the experience of the next few months was to develop.

    Fighting France

  • Shay was afraid that unrealizing that she wanted him was going to be just as impossible.


  • MAYVAR: He can be cruel, but he is capable of love all unrealizing.

    The Golden Torc

  • Those possessed of evil spirits, the blind, the soul sick, the unrealizing, hardened woman at the well, the beautiful, loving

    Home Missions in Action

  • "She's a Plummer," sighed Aunt Olivia, inwardly, unrealizing her own

    Rebecca Mary

  • And in those last few days he had transferred, all unknown to himself or the other man, a measure of the gentility and chivalry that were his birthright, for, unrealizing, Billy Byrne was patterning himself after the man he had hated and had come to love.

    The Mucker

  • In a boyish way, and all unrealizing, he loved the child with a sort of love that would one day flower out as an absorbing passion.

    Earth's Enigmas A Volume of Stories

  • Her girlhood was ended -- wondering, hovering, unrealizing girlhood.

    The World for Sale, Volume 1.

  • With Shelley it was far otherwise: his fancy was the medium through which he saw all things, his facts as well as his theories; and not only the greater part of his poetry, but the political and philosophical speculations in which he indulged, were all distilled through the same over-refining and unrealizing alembic.

    Lord Byron jugé par les témoins de sa vie. English

  • There is, in fact, a scale of graduated ascents in these artifices for unrealizing the effects of dramatic situations:

    Note Book of an English Opium-Eater


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