And Artois said to himself that the faint suspicion he had had was ill-founded.
The problem did not seem to puzzle her, the problem of this feeling so ill-founded.
It will be seen hereafter, that this apprehension was not ill-founded.
Well, all that would be ill-founded, unjust, and contrary to truth.
It has met the fears of dying men, by giving a system to their ill-founded hopes.
Yet, I think, there is little doubt, that this preference is ill-founded.
Now, this may seem to you, my reader, like an ill-founded story.
But such thoughts, whether well or ill-founded, came now all too late.
But the church showed him that this anticipation was ill-founded.
I have said, too, it may be hoped, enough to show that contempt to be now ill-founded.