If we know that the enemy is open to attack, but are unaware
that our own men are not in a condition to attack, we have gone only halfway towards victory.
Hearing of the baby's illness, he had conscientiously gone to the house after nightfall to perform the rite, and, unaware
that the refusal to admit him had come from Tess's father and not from Tess, he could not allow the plea of necessity for its irregular administration.
That she was not unaware
of his presence in the house, however, was indicated on the last morning.
But the Countess was apparently unaware
of having broken any rule; she sat at perfect ease in a corner of the sofa beside Archer, and looked at him with the kindest eyes.
The men were in earnest conversation, and from their tones it was apparent that they were entirely unaware
that they had listeners.
Yet I was unaware
that I had uttered a sound until she looked up, startled, and the hands behind me pinned me where I stood.
We passed through the strangest, funniest, undreampt-of old towns, wedded to the customs and steeped in the dreams of the elder ages, and perfectly unaware
that the world turns round
With his disinterested passion for art, he had a real desire to call the attention of the wise to a talent which was in the highest degree original; but he was too good a journalist to be unaware
that the "human interest" would enable him more easily to effect his purpose.
El Greco was the painter of the soul; and these gentlemen, wan and wasted, not by exhaustion but by restraint, with their tortured minds, seem to walk unaware
of the beauty of the world; for their eyes look only in their hearts, and they are dazzled by the glory of the unseen.
said she, as though unaware
of the cold offensive look fixed on her.
of Thames-side--pieces which, though in manner or subject promising a classic entertainment, almost unaware
bring you home.
I know not why he was so infinitely pathetic, unless it were because he was so pathetically unaware
of it; but even strong men had to turn hastily from looking at him, and more than once on summer evenings he had touched the fount of Hook's tears and made it flow.
I also detect in her a fearful elation, which I am unaware
of until she has passed, when it comes back to me like a faint note of challenge.
He was unaware
of the Ariel taboo against nigger-chasing.
The placid poise of twenty-four years without a single love affair did not fit her with a keen perception of her own feelings, and she who had never warmed to actual love was unaware
that she was warming now.