The sun set, calm and golden, behind the purple hills, unscared by the lurid glow of a single bonfire.
I rose from the thanksgiving—took a resolve—and lay down, unscared, enlightened—eager but for the daylight.
Erect the standard of worldly profit, and thousands will flock to it, unscared by danger, unwearied by labour.
The shrinking quail whistled in his garden shrubbery, and fed, unscared, in his carriage-way.
But there is much diversity of disposition among these creatures, and some are unscared by repeated attacks.
Even the horse and hound are there, your Octoo and Don, faithful friends, unscared by the strange mates that go with you.
What variegated plumage did they display, as they flew past the Lady Nisida, unscared by her presence!