Apart from the ties of parentage, there may have been, unknown to these three despotic souls, another powerful reason for the intensity of their reciprocal love: it was love undivided
It was annoying that the box which was thus attracting the undivided
attention of masculine New York should be that in which his betrothed was seated between her mother and aunt; and for a moment he could not identify the lady in the Empire dress, nor imagine why her presence created such excitement among the initiated.
With such news to communicate, and such a visit to prepare for, her departure was not to be delayed by anything in his nature to urge; and she hurried away, leaving him to the undivided
consciousness of his own happy address, and her explicit encouragement.
The officer stared intently at him, then glanced at Evgenie, divined why the latter had introduced him, and gave his undivided
attention to Aglaya again.
Then they made it evident that they proposed that he, as a common person below the rank of officer should have the sole and undivided
privilege of disposing of the body by dragging it to the water's edge.
Upon them the undivided
, tensely passionate attention of that whole mass of men was concentrated.
The old man engaged Greystoke now, and the boy turned his undivided
attention to Beauchamp.
Why they cannot understand that the best play in the world is not worth more than two hours of our undivided
attention, and begin everything at nine or a quarter-past, I cannot imagine.
It was one of the few homesteads that remained still undivided
, but even here the dull internal work of disintegration which would inevitably lead to separation had already begun, starting as usual among the women.
Some shadowy idea that it was just to shoot this man like a wild beast, seized him, and dilated in his mind until it grew into a monstrous demon in complete possession of him, casting out all milder thoughts and setting up its undivided
I'll meet you outside, after the last act," Martin whispered, the while his face showed undivided
interest in the buck-and-wing dancing on the stage.
We took no notice of the joking, but acted, after the manner of greenhorns, as though the Coal Tar Maggie required our undivided