unrequited

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This sonata is a true drama of life, a story of unrequited passion.

Unrequited love is far less hard to bear when it meets with sympathy.

The despair of unrequited love was thrice intensified by jealousy.

Why suffer, as he was suffering, all the agonies of burning, unrequited love.

It was the most undeserved, unrequited honour of my life that he would have had it so.

What cared he for love, either successful or unrequited, now?

The house has one record at least of unrequited hospitality.

There is no such thing as unrequited love, for to have loved is all the compensation there is.

It is the inevitable consequence of an unrequited attachment.

And in that matter of his unrequited love he had been true throughout.

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