The land and the water slept invisible, unstirring and mute.
She looked up at him in her sweet, idly humorous way, unstirring.
The unstirring night grew heavier with the smell of burnt gunpowder.
At night especially it reverberated very lonely amongst the planes of the unstirring sails.
Behind it, further in among as yet unstirring shadows, lay another deeper purpose.
Mr. Rochester stood motionless, Napoleon-wise, beneath the black, unstirring foliage.
He stood there, rugged and unstirring, like a statue of an old man guarding the honour of his house.
To make assurance doubly sure he dropped upon one knee and made that shotgun an unstirring part and portion of himself.
Silence held the place, abandoned now by the furies, to the smile on two unstirring faces.
Every habitation was made fast against the onslaught of the elements Life was unstirring.