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Doubtless the secret fire of a consuming, but as yet ungratified, literary ambition also troubled his repose.
What a break-off, leaving the gasping reader in a state of choking suspense, of avid, ungratified curiosity!
PTOMAINE STREETCAROLYN WELLS
She had scarce had a wish ungratified; she had enjoyed his wealth and been proud of her position in society.
THE HEATHERFORD FORTUNEMRS. GEORGIE SHELDON
Fanny, as you know, was possessed with an ungratified desire to pay annual visits to swell country houses on the other side.
A TRANSIENT GUESTEDGAR SALTUS
In the country there is always such a consuming and ungratified need of something to laugh at.
HEMPFIELDDAVID GRAYSON
She was glad of distraction, and not ungratified by his allegiance, though without the slightest idea of returning it.
BLUEBELLMRS. GEORGE CROFT HUDDLESTON
As long as my fidgety inquisitiveness remained ungratified, I felt as if I could not get well.
THE GREY WOMAN AND OTHER TALESMRS. (ELIZABETH) GASKELL
A fortune which would enable him to satisfy all desires and tastes hitherto ungratified?
THE CROOKED STICKROLF BOLDREWOOD
"They will provide handsomely for him in every way, Mrs. Corbett, and leave no wish ungratified," the minister said uneasily.
THE NEXT OF KINNELLIE L. MCCLUNG
So with a heart full of ungratified curiosity, she at last allowed herself to be packed into Hector's automobile and driven away.
BEYOND THE ROCKSELINOR GLYN

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