And then these I.W.W. fellows ran like stiff-legged tramps, long unused to such mode of action.
It was en suite with two dressing rooms, each opening also upon the corridor, but wholly unused and unfurnished.
The natives are of a most peaceable disposition, and no way addicted to strife or quarrelling, and altogether unused to arms, which they do not even keep in their houses.
She was evidently unused to people, and shy with all but her children.
Beside these brilliant flowers, which gemmed and gilt the grass in a sunny afternoon's drive near the blue lake, between the low oakwood and the narrow beach, stimulated, whether sensuously by the optic nerve, unused to so much gold and crimson with such tender green, or symbolically through some meaning dimly seen in the flowers, I enjoyed a sort of fairyland exultation never felt before, and the first drive amid the flowers gave me anticipation of the beauty of the prairies.
The shark, probably unused to any signs of making battle, remained, for one moment, quiet; and then, like a flash of lightning, shot sidelong off, and came round in the rear.
In the first place he is obviously unused to typing, as the numerous mistakes show; therefore he has not had the machine very long.
That she had escaped from his persecutions by flight he could not believe; for he knew she was entirely unused to taking care of herself, and felt sure she had no one to help her.
The letter was in a crabbed hand, apparently unused to writing in English, though grammatically correct.