I have given no small attention to that not unvexed subject, the skin of the whale.
Else why not repose in quiet, unvexed by Preparations for War?
It was like gazing down from some headland into a silent, unvexed sea.
The shores were once more a clear picture, greener than ever and unvexed by the wind.
He had lived simply, independently, and unvexed by ambition.
There was no dragon guarding her, and she might wander unwatched about the garden, unvexed by the family tyrant's whim.
He was an intense patriot; and he was unvexed with theories, political or moral.
So the river rolled on through its solemn canyons in primeval freedom, unvexed by the tampering and meddling of man.
I am surprised, on reflection, that this venerable clergyman should have been unvexed by Episcopal censures.
Unvexed, the Prince would walk down the three flights of stairs.