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A few anecdotes of the subsequent fortunes of that renegade may not be uninteresting, especially as they are connected with the fortunes of the tribe.
That indeed is the reason why our criminals are, as a class, so absolutely uninteresting from any psychological point of view.
Such was my abominable luck in being born by the mere hair's breadth of twenty-five centuries too late into a world where kings have been growing scarce with scandalous rapidity, while the few who remain have adopted the uninteresting manners and customs of simple millionaires.
Irwine's sisters, as any person of family within ten miles of Broxton could have testified, were such stupid, uninteresting women
I admitted that a dog of that kind would be uninteresting.
Everything, in fact, that you would find thoroughly uninteresting.
This was the obtrusion on my mind of the mental process going forward in first one person, and then another, with whom I happened to be in contact: the vagrant, frivolous ideas and emotions of some uninteresting acquaintance--Mrs.
The work to a man of my temperament was mechanical and uninteresting, but the privilege of living with youth, of helping to mould those young minds, and of impressing them with one's own character and ideals was very dear to me.
Save for the occasional use of cocaine, he had no vices, and he only turned to the drug as a protest against the monotony of existence when cases were scanty and the papers uninteresting.
I am too uninteresting and old-fashioned--only fit to pack and unpack your things.
What had been the engrossing world had dissolved into an uninteresting outer dumb-show; while here, in this apparently dim and unimpassioned place, novelty had volcanically started up, as it had never, for him, started up elsewhere.
Everything is so insipid, so uninteresting, that does not relate to the beloved object