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  • There, lying half-buried in the thick, cool under-hedge tangle that bordered it, he could muse on the metalled road and all the wondrous world that it led to; on all the wayfarers, too, that might have trodden it, and the fortunes and adventures they had gone to seek or found unseeking -- out there, beyond -- beyond!

    The Wind in the Willows

  • There, lying half-buried in the thick, cool under-hedge tangle that bordered it, he could muse on the metalled road and all the wondrous world that it led to; on all the wayfarers, too, that might have trodden it, and the fortunes and adventures they had gone to seek or found unseeking -- out there, beyond -- beyond!

    The Wind in the Willows

  • There, lying half-buried in the thick, cool under-hedge tangle that bordered it, he could muse on the metalled road and all the wondrous world that it led to; on all the wayfarers, too, that might have trodden it, and the fortunes and adventures they had gone to seek or found unseeking -- out there, beyond -- beyond!

    The Wind in the Willows

  • Like many another woman, she was easily persuaded that the stormy, determined, impetuous passion thus seeking her could take no denial; was of the same nature with the kind of love she felt able to give in return -- love faithful, devoted, unseeking of self, and asking only to bless.

    Poganuc People: Their Loves and Lives

  • With their love of literature, it was natural also that the young men should at such times not only talk about books, but occasionally read for their entertainment from some favourite one; so that now, for the first time in their lives, the young ladies were brought under direct teaching of a worthy sort -- they had had but a mockery of it at school and church -- and a little light began to soak through their unseeking eyes.

    What's Mine's Mine — Volume 2

  • With their love of literature, it was natural also that the young men should at such times not only talk about books, but occasionally read for their entertainment from some favourite one; so that now, for the first time in their lives, the young ladies were brought under direct teaching of a worthy sort -- they had had but a mockery of it at school and church -- and a little light began to soak through their unseeking eyes.

    What's Mine's Mine — Complete

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