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But I stayed where I was, the earthiest worldling in a dress of unworldliness.
PATCHWORKANNA BALMER MYERS
This unworldliness is elusive, ubiquitous, full of disguise.
It pleased her imagination by its essential unworldliness, its idealism and individuality of outlook.
It's a week's travel properly to visit Andorra and view all its wild unworldliness, so the trip is here only suggested.
THE AUTOMOBILIST ABROADM. F. (MILBURG FRANCISCO) MANSFIELD
I mean a singular unworldliness of thought and feeling; a cherished idealism; an inborn magnanimity.
The distinctive features of Christian ethics are obedience, unworldliness, benevolence, purity and humility.
Of Crabbe's simplicity and unworldliness in other matters Miss Baillie furnishes an amusing instance.
CRABBE, (GEORGE)ALFRED AINGER
Already during her life with the king Radegund is described as longing for a hair-cloth garment as a sign of unworldliness.
But when account is taken of all the drab materialism in the rural districts there remains a leaven of unworldliness.
THE FOUNDATIONS OF JAPANJ.W. ROBERTSON SCOTT
Her faith and unworldliness are absolutely beyond the comprehension of—of—many of my flock.

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