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- adjective not made to sound
- adjective situated at or extending to great depth; too deep to have been sounded or plumbed
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The humans walked hither, the persons walked thither, Konri eyed the plateau and the hillock, the sun and the eddying stream of back turned life as it crawled into its inner unsounded and compressed, breathless hard-honeycomb gut.
On the Urn site, Keats manages, with fine visual poetics, to bring an unsounded "ring" within the fring'd legend, as if the sound were ready for audition.
You basically just take two tablespoons of unsounded grout, mix it in with -- per one cup of paint, you can use any color, you can have pink, red, any color you want, really fits in more with the decor.
In a world where so many depths lie unsounded, it might be.
I just dont agree with looked simple words but actually unsounded.
His experience inclines him to behold the procession of facts you call the world, as flowing perpetually outward from an invisible, unsounded centre in himself, centre alike of him and of them, and necessitating him to regard all things as having a subjective or relative existence, relative to that aforesaid Unknown Centre of him.
Whether the sounds registered on his conscious ear or on some unsounded deep of soul or sub-feeling, he could not tell, but he _knew_ that somewhere within his consciousness there re-echoed the tramp of monstrous feet from within that ghastly mausoleum.
In itself, it is a great and travailing ocean, unsounded, unvoyageable, an eternal mystery to man; or, let us say, it is a monstrous and impassable mountain, one side of which, and a few near slopes and foothills, we can dimly study with these mortal eyes.
His eyes, grown suddenly pitiful, struck a deep, unsounded chord in
The softened tone, the wistful prayer which would blot out an immortality of joy for the one, that it might save the other from an immortality of retribution, touched some long unsounded chord in