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Kent, still unrecognized by Lear, endeavors to persuade him to take refuge in a hovel.
Accompanied by but one attendant he left Novara, and passed unrecognized through the enemy's lines.
This man has come and gone for months in Sevenoaks, among the neighbors of the real Paul Benedict, unrecognized.
SEVENOAKSJ. G. HOLLAND
Then, being dissatisfied, he went to the unrecognized teachers, the enthusiasts and the "cranks" of a hundred schools.
No personal or professional craft lurked unrecognized behind his conclusions to give them a bias.
THE EDUCATION OF AMERICAN GIRLSANNA CALLENDER BRACKETT
He was an American critic who was busily engaged in discovering the talents of unrecognized geniuses of the European provinces.
The story of Fred Savery was typical of the unrecognized empire builders who make up the migratory class.
THE EVERETT MASSACREWALKER C. SMITH
What never-to-be-forgotten moments we experienced when, with reckless mirth, we mingled unrecognized among the joyous throng!
The chief source of error in ordinary inference is an unrecognized complexity of data.
He had slipped into a back seat in the gallery unrecognized in the dim light.

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