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There may be, however, a few unadventurous souls who will still persist in their doubts as to the probability of the incident.
There was no need to restrain the Dauphin Charles, whom in those days nature and fortune rendered unadventurous.
By such means even the most incompetent and unadventurous and timid spirits may pass judgment upon all men.
THE BEHAVIOR OF CROWDSEVERETT DEAN MARTIN
Without strong passion no very deeply coloured life-tapestry can, in these unadventurous days, be woven.
LAVENGROGEORGE BORROW
The unadventurous or hurried traveller sticks pretty closely to these.
THE LONG WHITE CLOUDWILLIAM PEMBER REEVES
But her unadventurous spirit shrank from going out in the world to manage by itself.
THE THIRD MISS SYMONSFLORA MACDONALD MAYOR
My journey was unadventurous, if you except a row with a German, who refused to let me open the window.
At all events, in quiet Campden, adventures obviously occurred to the unadventurous.
His intellect was inexhaustibly fertile of distinctions and objections; his temper calm and unadventurous.
"The Wimbushes and the Lapiths were always an unadventurous, respectable crew," said Priscilla, with a note of scorn in her voice.
CROME YELLOWALDOUS HUXLEY

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