unsuspiciousness love



from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The character or state of being unsuspicious.


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  • Alden himself made sure that any suspicious items were in a field of unsuspiciousness while they passed to borders - to stay with the Baron Uckermark as befits a noble.

    August 29th, 2005

  • The evil lies yet deeper: in her total ignorance, unsuspiciousness of there being such feelings; in a perversion of mind which made it natural to her to treat the subject as she did.

    Mansfield Park

  • Little did he suspect who his interrogator was, and freely in his unsuspiciousness he entered upon the subject of slave hunting in the Somali country, and Zanzibar, of all things the most interesting to me.

    Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah

  • Yudhishthira replied, 'It seems to me that we should rather continue to live here in seeming unsuspiciousness but all the while with caution and our senses wide awake and seeking for some certain means of escape.

    The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa Translated into English Prose Adi Parva

  • Meanwhile, Don Rocco was leaning over his paper, wondering still at what he had seen, unable in his unsuspiciousness to draw any inferences, listening to the steps and the noises in the next room with a torpid uneasiness that had about the same resemblance to fear as the intelligence of Don Rocco himself had to understanding.

    Stories by Foreign Authors: Italian

  • -- The unsuspiciousness of Aegisthus is partly natural; it was not thus, alone and unarmed, that he expected Orestes to stand before him.

    The Electra of Euripides Translated into English rhyming verse

  • In his simplicity of such matters and his general unsuspiciousness, Bobby had not calculated that if the additional six hundred shares were to vote solidly with Mr. Trimmer against him, his twenty-six hundred shares would be confronted by three thousand, and so rendered paltry.

    The Making of Bobby Burnit Being a Record of the Adventures of a Live American Young Man

  • To the very end, however clouded, this generous disposition, this 'free and open nature,' this unsuspiciousness survive.

    Shakespearean Tragedy Lectures on Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, Macbeth

  • At first Brutus is merely ideal; his perfect unsuspiciousness -- he trusts even Antony; his transparent honesty -- he will have no other oath among the conspirators

    The Man Shakespeare

  • The first of these offenses was the cynical and persistent attempt to take advantage of the good nature and unsuspiciousness of the United

    Fighting For Peace


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