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On my part entirely unsought, and on that of the Spanish government voluntary.
THE EXPEDITIONS OF ZEBULON MONTGOMERY PIKE, VOLUME II (OF 3)ELLIOTT COUES
Mrs. Archdale was now looking straight into the face of the stranger on whom she was thrusting unsought advice.
STUDIES IN LOVE AND IN TERRORMARIE BELLOC LOWNDES
New strength and new life came to him, and new resolves and determinations formed themselves unsought and unbidden in his mind.
FRANK MERRIWELL'S CHUMSBURT L. STANDISH
People flock to view nature as we do to see a play, and privacy is as impossible as it is unsought.
THE SOUL OF THE FAR EASTPERCIVAL LOWELL
And by then she had got so far as her flight from the Isle of Increase Unsought, the sun was set and the twilight begun.
THE WATER OF THE WONDROUS ISLESWILLIAM MORRIS
The most noteworthy of these unsought by-products are:— The gratification of the lust for power.
THE PSYCHOLOGICAL ORIGIN AND THE NATURE OF RELIGIONJAMES H. LEUBA
A nation younger than America, they are in their adolescence now, and rejoicing in their new, unsought strength.
MILE VERHAERENSTEFAN ZWEIG
To him I related all that had passed at this unsought, unexpected interview.
ITALY; WITH SKETCHES OF SPAIN AND PORTUGALWILLIAM BECKFORD
He knew what it was to receive an idea "like Dian's kiss, unasked, unsought."
NOTWITHSTANDINGMARY CHOLMONDELEY
Here it was one of thousands, nay millions, unsought save by an occasional wanderer—simply a part of the landscape.
I WALKED IN ARDENJACK CRAWFORD
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