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And if it should be granted to them in this generation to complete the work that Tone's generation left unaccomplished!
It is doleful travel that takes one home from an unaccomplished errand—only Forbes was not returning even to his home.
What he did inflict was the unaccomplished proxy of himself.
The cheerful girl was plain, unaccomplished, and not at all young.
TINY LUTTRELLERNEST WILLIAM HORNUNG
We found the path far more difficult than we had expected, and at length, our object unaccomplished, we turned our steps homeward.
THE FRONTIER FORTW. H. G. KINGSTON
But so important was success, that she could not feel secure of attaining it while it was still unaccomplished.
THE BRAVOJ. FENIMORE COOPER
And he gave it up with his special work, the extinction of Desmond's rebellion, still unaccomplished.
SPENSERR. W. CHURCH
From my inmost soul, and more for his sake than my own, rejoice that his bad design is unaccomplished.
THE BUNSBY PAPERSJOHN BROUGHAM
Ryck shared all his master's antipathies, was equally taciturn, and they departed with their mission unaccomplished.
Unaccomplished, un-ak-kum′plisht, adj. unfinished: lacking accomplishments or acquirements.

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