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The terrified householders threw open their doors with unassumed alacrity.
THE BLUE LIGHTSARNOLD FREDERICKS
"I have no pretension to abilities like yours, Mr. Massingbred," said Scanlan, with unassumed modesty.
"I certainly shall do so," replied Ryanne, with gravity unassumed.
THE CARPET FROM BAGDADHAROLD MACGRATH
Likely bunch you have there, he said, casually, turning away with unassumed reluctance.
She looked up at him sharply with a suspicion that such innocence in a grown-up man could not be unassumed.
Her tone almost startled him, its unassumed cheerfulness was so unlooked for.
His quiet unassumed familiarity with every museum and library on the Continent astonishes even the most erudite Teuton.
He is young and fair, tall and commanding, and his unassumed dignity is in keeping with his handsome physique.
A SOLDIER'S LIFEEDWIN G. RUNDLE
They would not let me feel that I was a stranger, and set me at my ease in a moment with a warmth which was evidently unassumed.
THE ENGLISH IN THE WEST INDIESJAMES ANTHONY FROUDE
"Oh, yes," assented Kirkwood, with a nonchalance not entirely unassumed.
THE BLACK BAGLOUIS JOSEPH VANCE

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