unsystematised love

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  • adj. Alternative spelling of unsystematized.

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  • And, as we have seen, even the creative artist cannot escape from the fascination of this ever-changing environment, where the unsystematised present obtrudes its fresh discontents, and the unknown future is pregnant with possibilities of good and the alternative of unimaginable evil.

    Personality in Literature

  • To graft desires, however, was still impossible, and the facts of thought transference were yet unsystematised.

    When the Sleeper Wakes

  • Such a standard did not exist; but Clement made no distinction in the yet unsystematised tradition, even between faith and discipline, because as a theologian he was not able to identify himself with any single article of it without hesitation, and because he ascribed to the true

    History of Dogma, Volume 2 (of 7)

  • Like everything else in the English Romantic movement, its criticism was individual, isolated, sporadic, unsystematised.

    A History of English Romanticism in the Nineteenth Century

  • If, then, during this period the child is left wholly to gather his experiences as he may, he no doubt acquires by his own self-activity a world of new ideas, but the result of this unregulated process will be that the knowledge gained will be largely unsystematised, and much of the experience acquired may be of a nature which may give a false direction to his whole after-development.

    The Children: Some Educational Problems

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