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  • But if I fall off it enough I will get unscared, right?

    and those of us with ravaged faces, lacking in the social graces--

  • Uber - well, now I can't claim to be completely unscared but this jsut gives it that piquancy

    [cymru] cyfriniol cenedl

  • There were five little foxes who now came out of the bushes and huddled around their dead mother, nudging her with their puny snouts, whimpering, unscared an unmothered.

    Potato Mash

  • There were five little foxes who now came out of the bushes and huddled around their dead mother, nudging her with their puny snouts, whimpering, unscared an unmothered.

    Potato Mash

  • "It makes me unscared," she acknowledges, "but sometimes it just makes me feel like an unscared dead person."

    DROWNING ON DRY LAND

  • But - mid-morning I interview a potential replacement for myself, and discover him to be extremely competent and deeply unscared.

    November 11th, 2005

  • A thoughtful, unscared scientist should be as blunt and clear as possible when explaining his theses.

    MBH and Partial Least Squares « Climate Audit

  • Saint Jean, at length and at once to sweep the English from the height which they had maintained all day, and spite of all: unscared by the thunder of the artillery, which hurled death from the English line — the dark rolling column pressed on and up the hill.

    Vanity Fair

  • He has been unscared by the howl, and he will be unelated by the shout. '

    Shirley, by Charlotte Bronte

  • 'I will try; and instead of musing about remnants of shrouds, and fragments of coffins, and human bones and mould, I will fancy seals lying in the sunshine on solitary shores, where neither fisherman nor hunter ever come: of rock - crevices full of pearly eggs bedded in sea-weed; of unscared birds covering white sands in happy flocks.'

    Shirley, by Charlotte Bronte

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