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All profitable literature work in the secondary grades must be based upon the unforced attention and activity of the student.
Poetry and religious feeling will be the unforced flowers of life.
The writer's hints of the character of what is to come must be unforced and natural, but they must be effective.
The interpretation of prophecy should generally be in the literal, natural and unforced meaning of the words.
THE BIBLE BOOK BY BOOKJOSIAH BLAKE TIDWELL
No poet was ever warmed by a more genuine or unforced inspiration.
The author's style is simple, natural, and unforced, rather the expression of the scientific than of the literary type of mind.
The grandeur of her Mien was not stiff, but unstudied and unforced, mixed with a simplicity; free, yet not loose nor affected.
INCOGNITAWILLIAM CONGREVE
In his utterance are the inflection and accent, the very passion of unforced and independent conviction.
Archer, however, was pleased with his ready chatter and unforced humour.
A rational, unforced, and coherent vivacity had now revealed itself as a characteristic of her mode and conversation.
TALES FROM BOHEMIAROBERT NEILSON STEPHENS

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