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It behoves not thee thus vainly to cherish anger unassuaged.
THE HOMERIC HYMNSANDREW LANG
"Yet I wish you had known me before my father died," says she, her grief and pride still unassuaged.
APRIL'S LADYMARGARET WOLFE HUNGERFORD
He had many lines in his face—even his simple life had gone hard with him, its sorrows unassuaged by its simplicity.
THE PHANTOMS OF THE FOOT-BRIDGE AND OTHER STORIESCHARLES EGBERT CRADDOCK
Lahiri Mahasaya's cheerful mood was incomprehensible; I was still in the unassuaged agony of bereavement.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A YOGIPARAMHANSA YOGANANDA
Still does it tear belated, unassuaged, In wreck about the Mind's aspiring fanes.
THE MORTAL GODS AND OTHER PLAYSOLIVE TILFORD DARGAN
Poor Miss Clinker's happy summer with her mother was being a good deal dimmed by her unassuaged sympathy and commiseration.
HALCYONEELINOR GLYN
His thirst is unassuaged; his taste for enterprises foredoomed to failure is incurable.
MENTAL EFFICIENCYARNOLD BENNETT
In these dark hours there was no place in her heart for aught but unassuaged grief.
DUST OF THE DESERTROBERT WELLES RITCHIE
She called back his vanished youth, the passion unassuaged of his manhood.
ROSA MUNDI AND OTHER STORIESETHEL M. DELL
I have been, Madam, to the house of mourning, where grief is still raging unassuaged.
THE SHEEPFOLD AND THE COMMON, VOL. I (OF 2)TIMOTHY EAST

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