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Yes, that indeed was his unavowed dream, the ambition he dared not confess to himself.

Or did she mean that there was some cause, unavowed but not unimaginable, why she should desire them more?

Her pursuit of a man, unavowed, bold, is the story of the play.

The unavowed desire implanted by nature enters into his conscience.

The extent of unavowed or unconscious scepticism far exceeds that which is openly avowed or consciously felt.

The passion with which van den Ende's daughter had agitated him had been wisely mastered, unavowed.

The importance of this unavowed connection will be seen later when he made it his business to bring about English intervention.

The sciences which are in any peculiar sense modern take as an (unavowed) postulate the fact of consecutive change.

We were fighting to liberate the world from diplomatic autocracies using their peoples for unknown and unavowed purposes.

By which we are shown that though the theory forbids overt recognition of causation, there is an unavowed recognition of it.

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