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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Then his mother-wit came out, his lively humour and practical common sense—all unstudied and natural.
Sometimes Sara Lee reminded him of her—the upraising of her eyes or an unstudied gesture.
THE AMAZING INTERLUDEMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
Something in this simple lament—it sounded natural and perfectly unstudied—seemed straightway to make a great impression on her.
THE TRAGIC MUSEHENRY JAMES
Mrs. Neuchatel was greatly taken by his appearance, by the calmness of his mien, his unstudied politeness, and his measured voice.
ENDYMIONBENJAMIN DISRAELI
The antiquities of savage races, moreover, have as yet been almost wholly unstudied.
THE EVOLUTION OF CULTUREAUGUSTUS HENRY LANE-FOX PITT-RIVERS
There were corners that gave a gleam of meaning to the word forest, glimpses of unstudied natural splendour.
TONO BUNGAYH. G. WELLS
It may be quoted, as a specimen of Kidd's unstudied conversational style.
Shakespeare saw the forms of unstudied plants, everything visible to the naked eye, and really omitted very little.
“Every one seems to like her,” said Lady Demesne with an unstudied effect of pathos.
LADY BARBARINAHENRY JAMES
What I care to see is the natural life, the free, unstudied ways of birds who do not notice or are not disturbed by spectators.
A BIRD-LOVER IN THE WESTOLIVE THORNE MILLER

WORDS RELATED TO UNSTUDIED

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