From the earliest times it has been contended that woman is undeveloped man.
But as yet she was undeveloped—an interesting, a charming child, but only a child.
It may be incomplete, it may be undeveloped, but so far as it goes it contains the truth.
Was he not a boy yet, perhaps with the impulse she and the Cornal feared, all undeveloped?
Didn't Miss Campion say that she ...