Mr. Prawle regarded her with an unrelaxed and very fervid scrutiny.
"She knows when to give up," he answered, with unrelaxed scrutiny.
Against Mrs. Poyntz, above all others, I bore a remembrance of unrelaxed, unmitigable indignation.
His attentive attitude was unrelaxed, his smile was as deferential as before, but this morning he found a less responsive guest.
His grave and venerable form is even now before us—that air of patient attention, of grave deliberation, of unrelaxed firmness.
However, though she did not again disturb Ellen's curls, she glowered at her with furtive but unrelaxed hostility over her book.
For a minute she sat quite straight and unrelaxed, then she settled back a little—a little more.
A glance at the grim, unrelaxed, and unrelenting visage of the bar-keeper decides him.
The place won in the struggle by an industrial people can only be held by unrelaxed endeavor and constant advance in achievement.
It was a contest so determined, so unrelaxed, so deadly, so inveterate that you might have slept between its encounters.