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Yet the transition is as unforced as any such transition can be.
He broke into another laugh at the recollection of it—a laugh that was louder but hardly as unforced as the first one.
Please to observe how adroitly an unforced play upon words is embodied in these eight lines.
Shelley was a true and noble man—no poet was ever warmed by a more genuine and unforced aspiration.
ANCIENT AND MODERN CELEBRATED FREETHINKERSCHARLES BRADLAUGH, A. COLLINS, AND J. WATTS
At the same time we feel that the charm of Friendship is lost if the flow of emotion is not spontaneous and unforced.
THE METHODS OF ETHICSHENRY SIDGWICK
His religious fervour is of the simplest and most genuine kind, and his poems are a natural and unforced expression of it.
All profitable literature work in the secondary grades must be based upon the unforced attention and activity of the student.
Gloria laughed outright, and the pretty ripple of mirth, so unforced and natural, diverted the monarch's irritation.
TEMPORAL POWERMARIE CORELLI
The interpretation of prophecy should generally be in the literal, natural and unforced meaning of the words.
THE BIBLE BOOK BY BOOKJOSIAH BLAKE TIDWELL
He drew a direct inspiration from Nature itself; and his lines were vivified by the imagination that is unforced.

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