unrecognizing

[ rek-uhg-nahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF unrecognizing
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Then, the next morning, they might meet and pass, unrecognizing and unrecognized.

Time enough when he was again flung out on that merciless, unrecognizing world he had come to loathe; loathe and dread.

On the sheriff he bestowed an unrecognizing nod, on Ross a broad and cordial grin.

Aunt Melissa saw him coming, and peered at him over her glasses with an unrecognizing stare.

He had heard the wailing of the harbor sirens but his eyes had been unseeing—at least unrecognizing.

But before the fellows had had time to get much out of me came Jean Marchand, all unrecognizing, to summon me indoors.

With unrecognizing eyes turned upon him, slightly bowing a greeting in return, she passed on.

Hast thou not long ago appeared, veiled in an allegory, before an unrecognizing world?

Tall fair men were beginning to complain of her unrecognizing manner.

Rika sank to the ground beneath the unrecognizing glance of Kors; she stretched out her hands to ward off what she felt must come.

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