104 examples of unman in sentences

Neither of these, Alcippus; It will unman you, make you too despis'd; And those that now admire will pity you.

Ah! what were the mystic terrors of the night, what the oppressive surroundings of this charnel-house of Nature, to the awful spectacle of this unmanned mind, this delirious echo of past guilt, past cowardice, past shame?

"Confound it, Garry, you unman me.

XXXIV "The pains and plagues that on our heads came down, Disease and famine, agony and fear, In wood or wilderness, in camp or town, 300 It would unman the firmest heart to hear.

The oftener he asked himself, the less he found to unman him.

unman, unnerve, enervate; emasculate, castrate, geld, alter, neuter, sterilize, fix. shatter, exhaust, weaken &c 160.

render weak &c adj.; weaken, enfeeble, debilitate, shake, deprive of strength, relax, enervate, eviscerate; unbrace, unnerve; cripple, unman &c (render powerless) 158; cramp, reduce, sprain, strain, blunt the edge of; dilute, impove

depress; discourage, dishearten; dispirit; damp, dull, deject, lower, sink, dash, knock down, unman, prostrate, break one's heart; frown upon; cast a gloom, cast a shade on; sadden; damp one's hopes, dash one's hopes, wither one's hopes; weigh on the mind, lie heavy on the mind, prey on the mind, weigh on the spirits, lie heavy on the spirits, prey on the spirits; damp the spirits, depress the spirits.

[U.S.]; faze, feeze [U.S.]; give an alarm, raise an alarm, sound an alarm; alarm, startle, scare, cry 'wolf', disquiet, dismay; fright, frighten, terrify; astound; fright from one's propriety; fright out of one's senses, fright out of one's wits, fright out of one's seven senses; awe; strike all of a heap, strike an awe into, strike terror; harrow up the soul, appall, unman, petrify, horrify; pile on the agony.

does this damn'd love unman me!but nobody ever loved as I love!It is even increased by her unworthy flight, and my disappointment.

Her voice unmanned him.

He is not sure but what it might unman even him.

I have made it a rule from my childhood to live always within my means, to have no debts; for if there is a terror which would unman me more than any other in this world, it is the sight of a man to whom I owed money, however inconsiderable in amount, without my being in a condition to pay him.

" "No regrets; they unman the heart we want for to-morrow.

He whispered, "Meg, for Christ's sake don't unman me.

Under such circumstances it was not a trifle that could unman him.

He could not see thee pine and weep Nor could he ease thy troubled sleep 'Twould quite unman his firm resolve, And with grief thy love involve. TERRENUS.

By way of punishment, they were cast adrift in a ship, unmanned, but the wind drove the vessel to our coast, where these Syrian damsels disembarked.

We all know his cunning to take shapes that most weaken, beguile, and unman us, and small wonder if many of us succumb.

I was last night repeating a paragraph to myself, which I took to be an expression of rage, and in the middle of the sentence there was a stroke of self-pity which quite unmanned me.

The kindness of Raoul's manner, however, his words, and the explanations of Ithuel, removed a mountain from his breast, and he became quite unmanned.

He then cast her from him almost roughly, for he felt as if his grief would unman him.

It seemed to unman every one who heard it.

A question of the possibility of his wife's being yet alive would occasionally occur to him, but he always cast the thought from him as a folly in which he dared not indulge lest it should grow upon him and unman him altogether.

" He closed his eyes quickly and stretched out his hand against her, as though to shut out the vision of things that rose before himas though to stop words that would unman him.

104 examples of  unman  in sentences