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The subject pronoun, when unemphatic, is not expressed, but understood from the termination of the verb.
FRDRIC MISTRALCHARLES ALFRED DOWNER
When he spoke of his "visions," it was in the ordinary unemphatic tones in which we speak of every-day matters.
LIBRARY NOTESA. P. RUSSELL
Thus, in the unemphatic parts he would turn away and not be continually “nosing his interlocutor” or talking directly to him.
In unemphatic words, it was also frequently mute; so that hit was frequently written it, as in modern English.
The unemphatic way in which she sometimes made important suggestions was one of Aunt Elsies peculiarities.
WHEAT AND HUCKLEBERRIESCHARLOTTE MARION (WHITE) VAILE
Give examples of words or phrases which when repeated become unemphatic, more emphatic, equivalent to a climax.
Dick's demeanour was as unemphatic as she remembered it always to have been.
Mr. Galsworthy's more delicate and unemphatic art eludes this danger, at any rate in Strife.
PLAY-MAKINGWILLIAM ARCHER
By an "unemphatic ending" I am far from meaning a makeshift ending, an ending carelessly and conventionally huddled up.
PLAY-MAKINGWILLIAM ARCHER
It is probable that the lighter form of the word was intended to be used when it was quite unemphatic.

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