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But as time went on even John's unwatchful eye could not fail to notice that all was not well with his father.
DAVID HARUMEDWARD NOYES WESTCOTT
If you are careless and unwatchful, the child's will will speedily assert itself.
To the unwatchful and the wicked the event will be as sudden and unexpected as the coming of a thief in the night.
JESUS THE CHRISTJAMES EDWARD TALMAGE
We often are made to feel the force of this truth, when we have been unwatchful, and some cross occurrence has tried our tempers.
He seemed to be perfectly at ease, confident, deliberate, and unwatchful.
'DRAG' HARLANCHARLES ALDEN SELTZER
Yet out of the many qualities every man has, and by which any man may be moved, a single passion may go mad in a mind unwatchful.
It must not be supposed that the professor's friends were unwatchful.
BLOWN TO BITSROBERT MICHAEL BALLANTYNE
Unwatchful trust is a delusion, and untrustful watching is in vain.
KEPT FOR THE MASTER'S USEFRANCES RIDLEY HAVERGAL

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