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Unsounded  adj.  See sounded.

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"Unsounded" Quotes from Famous Books

... floor compact Proves our bridged causeway. So works Mind—by stress Of faculty, with loose facts, more or less, Builds up our solid knowledge: all the same, Underneath rolls what Mind may hide not tame, An element which works beyond our guess, Soul, the unsounded sea—whose lift of surge, Spite of all superstructure, lets emerge, In flower and foam, Feeling from out the deeps Mind arrogates no mastery upon— Distinct indisputably. Has there gone To dig up, drag forth, ...
— Browning's England - A Study in English Influences in Browning • Helen Archibald Clarke

... far better than the effervescent, and therefore soon flat, waters of Greek or earthly joy, is mine; and in my inmost being dwells a depth of calm peace which no outward disturbance can touch, any more than the winds that rave along the surface of the ocean affect its unmoved and unsounded abysses. Jesus Christ comes to thee, my brother, weary, distracted, care-laden, sin-laden, sorrowful and fearful. And He says to each of us from the throne what He said in the upper room before the Cross, and ...
— Expositions of Holy Scripture - St. Matthew Chaps. IX to XXVIII • Alexander Maclaren

... silence of luminous, unsounded depths concealing that in the mind which has never been spoken or even taken form. Jack's garden of words had dried up, as his ranch would dry up for want of water. He rose to go, groping for something that should ...
— Over the Pass • Frederick Palmer

... when all the deep unsounded skies Shuddered with silent stars she clomb, And as with optic glasses her keen eyes Pierced ...
— The Early Poems of Alfred Lord Tennyson • Tennyson

Words linked to "Unsounded" :   unplumbed, inaudible, unhearable, deep, profound, silent

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