unsystematical love

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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as unsystematic.

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  • The task of taking a comprehensive view of the contents of the Vedic writings as a whole, of systematising what they present in an unsystematical form, of showing the mutual co-ordination or subordination of single passages and sections, and of reconciling contradictions -- which, according to the view of the orthodox commentators, can be apparent only -- is allotted to

    The Vedanta-Sutras with the Commentary by Sankaracarya Sacred Books of the East, Volume 1

  • But the enumeration is unsystematical, and in this country, where the produce of the earth is so spontaneous as to have rendered things of this kind scarcely a breach of civility or good manners in the eyes of the people, quaere, if it would not too much enlarge the field of Criminal law?

    Memoir Correspondence And Miscellanies

  • The circumstances, which in these statutes characterize the offence, seem to have been occasional and unsystematical.

    Memoir Correspondence And Miscellanies

  • Hence it is certain, and has been repeatedly illustrated, that whilst the Christian faith, in collision with others, would inevitably rouse to the most active fermentation of minds, the Mahometan (as also doctrinal but unsystematical) would have the same effect, in kind, but far feebler in degree; and an idolatrous religion would have no such effect at all.

    Theological Essays and Other Papers — Volume 1

  • But the enumeration is unsystematical, and in this country, where the produce of the earth is so spontaneous, as to have rendered things of this kind scarcely a breach of civility or good manners, in the eyes of the people, quaere, if it would not too much enlarge the field of Criminal law?

    Autobiography

  • The circumstances which in these statutes Characterize the offence. seem to have been occasional and unsystematical.

    Autobiography

  • But the enumeration is unsystematical, and in this country, where the produce of the earth is so spontaneous as to have rendered things of this kind scarcely a breach of civility or good manners in the eyes of the people, quære, if it would not too much enlarge the field of Criminal law?

    Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 1

  • The circumstances which in these statutes characterize the offence, seem to have been occasional and unsystematical.

    Public Papers

  • Thus, between the resistance of power, and the unsystematical process of popularity, the undertaker and the undertaking are both exposed, and the poor reformer is hissed off the stags both by friends and foes.

    The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. 02 (of 12)

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