In the run-up to the launch, Morgan has been ubiquitous, popping up all over the place to promote the show.
Its worth lies in the fact that it is manifestly unprejudiced and advanced by the speaker with no ulterior motive.Spencer, M. Lyle (Matthew Lyle)
Have issued ultimatum to my own country that, if she does not find fresh countries for me to fight before midnight, war will ensue.Seaman, Owen, Sir
Such men are easily offended, take umbrage at trifles, and are unforgiving in their resentments.Sleeper, John Sherburne
But she looked up into his face with such frank unabashed admiration that I couldn’t help laughing—nor could he!Du Maurier, George
There were no immovable prejudices, no fixed and unalterable traditions.Frothingham, Octavius Brooks
A man who is capable of thinking can express himself at all times in clear, comprehensible, and unambiguous words.Schopenhauer, Arthur
With a couple of exceptions, the president has nominated moderates who receive overwhelming, sometimes unanimous, support once they get a vote.
Unappreciated, poor and neglected, it was not until after years of struggle that they attained recognition and success.Various
They are apart, unapproachable, unidentified, not to be communicated with though you look into their faces and speak to them.Onions, Oliver [pseud.] unassailable
But the towns, within their strong Roman walls, were unassailable by the light cavalry which formed his only armed strength.Oman, Charles William Chadwick
Quiet and unassuming offstage, Mr. Watson played down his virtuoso guitar playing as nothing more than “country pickin.’ ”New York Times (May 30, 2012)
Stick to the world in which you are born, and throw no bouquets at the impossible or the unattainable.Miller, Freeman E. (Freeman Edwin)
When the trusts are controlled, and labor submits its grievances to an impartial, unbiased board of arbitration, then there will be peace and plenty.Warman, Cy
She was afraid of him in his ardent moods, almost as much as when he allowed his unbridled temper free rein.Orczy, Emmuska Orczy, Baroness
In fact there was nothing unusual, or uncanny in the whole experience.Bangs, John Kendrick
“It’s not like this is untested, uncharted territory in some respect,” he said.New York Times (May 31, 2011)
The men, too, sat uncommunicative, silent; whereas their daughters or spouses turned, chattering, laughing, waving a hand to this or that friend.Hough, Emerson
Meanwhile, Peel has said that its offer is now unconditional, meaning it will go ahead whatever the uptake.
United’s chapter of the Air Line Pilots Association said the planned reuse of the flight numbers showed “insensitivity and unconscionable disrespect.”
He fell asleep in an unconscious state, after an illness of a week.Kennedy, W. Sloane
He said NSF is looking for “unusually innovative, unconventional, high-risk, and interdisciplinary proposals without a recognizable home” within the foundation.
He had not stopped to consider her rough speech and uncouth manners.Johnston, Annie F. (Annie Fellows)
Afterward he administers the sacrament of Extreme Unction—last anointing.Burke, John J. (John James)
He had become suave and unctuous, a kind of elephantine irony pervading his laborious attempts at conciliation.Orczy, Emmuska Orczy, Baroness
He possessed undaunted courage, and blended bold enterprise with much sagacity.Anonymous
Her friends were scattered, her means reduced and her health undermined.Stark, James H.
That One Direction topped the American chart underscores how powerful social media sites have become in marketing groups.New York Times (Mar 23, 2012)
Their accounts are frightening to read: the landscape undulating like a shaken carpet, rising and falling in waves 15 feet high.Washington Post (Jan 30, 2012)
At such times, a man should feel free, unencumbered, and perfectly at his ease in point of straps and suspenders.Melville, Herman
His response was clear and unequivocal: “manipulating images is considered tampering with data.”Forbes (Jan 16, 2012)
All cowboys are from necessity good cooks, and the fluffy, golden brown biscuits and fragrant coffee of Red’s making were unexceptionable.Mayer, Frank
“Never!” was that word pronounced in a firm unfaltering tone.Reid, Mayne
His Civil List is an unfathomable abyss, into which are thrown untold sums of money.Field, Henry M. (Henry Martyn)
Each wants free enterprise unfettered by a meddlesome government, which means promoting lower taxes, less regulation and privatizing public services.
Both were equally sympathetic, and pitied the little unfledged creature, who was by some accident left motherless in his early youth.Brightwen, Elizabeth
“The allegations contained in this report are inaccurate and unfounded,” Allen Chan, Sino-Forest’s chief executive officer, said in the statement.
They seem ungainly in their clothes, and, apparently, feel awkward and ill at ease in this show.Campbell, R. W.
Medicated unguents, applied to the skin, containing mercury, iodine, and other substances, are not known to be followed by any better results.Various
He said the decision was not unilateral but taken in consultation with France’s partners.
They were men of the highest courage and of unimpeachable honor.Rahn, A. D.
Marigold, the variegated mother of Wilson’s award-winning title, is in many ways an amazing parent – dazzlingly creative, uninhibitedly joyous, constantly sidetracked by new ideas.
Dick made ready for his try, every muscle working in unison, every fiber in his body intent on clearing the bar in safety.Clark, Ellery H.
Early on, most of the lyrics were about unity and bringing different cultures together.Salon (May 18, 2012)
By universal consent, indeed, “The Chambered Nautilus” is considered the gem of Doctor Holmes’ beautiful lyrics.Brown, E. E.
These evils briefly are: The competitive system is stupid because wasteful and disorderly; it is unnecessarily immoral, unjust and cruel.Kelly, Edmond
Under the proposal, a rate increase will be considered unreasonable if it is excessive, unjustified or “unfairly discriminatory.”New York Times (Dec 22, 2010)
“It also had filthy showers, terrible dressing rooms, and was tatty and unkempt.
There are serious risks associated with parties in unlicensed locations: In 1990, a fire killed 87 people inside an illegal New York club.New York Times (Dec 27, 2011)
When the donkey first bounded off, the feelings of Bob were nothing but pure, unmitigated delight.De Mille, James
Fresh meat was soon unobtainable, except by those few people who could afford to pay fabulous prices for joints smuggled across the frontier.Reynolds, Francis J. (Francis Joseph)
Be unobtrusive, blend in, and everyone will forget you are there.
His involvement drew denunciations from some conservatives who accuse him of holding liberal ideas and unorthodox religious beliefs.New York Times (Aug 7, 2010)
The steel plates were unpacked from the boxes in which they were shipped, brushed off, and stacked up ready for painting.Gardner, Henry A.
When this unparalleled and matchless royal speech was ended the whole company burst forth into rapturous applause.De Mille, James
State officials have said the company reported that the Virginia outage was unprecedented, an occurrence never before seen in 1 billion hours of system use.Washington Post (Sep 2, 2010)
“Indeed!” ejaculated Mrs. Vanderburgh, as he addressed her, and raising her eyebrows with a supercilious glance for his plain, unprepossessing appearance.Sidney, Margaret
Yet Norman Wisdom remained that most modest of British superstars, unpretentious, full of humility, despite a dizzying rise to international fame.
He was no better, in his unprincipled cravings, than a wild beast.Oxenham, John
I described how one day recently, Matthew’s mental state unraveled and he spent hours on the floor of the classroom in tears.New York Times (Mar 12, 2012)
The Internet provides an inexpensive, anonymous, geographically unbounded, and largely unregulated virtual haven for terrorists.National Security Council (U.S.)
Constant and unrelenting, it streamed steadily upward, as though it drew its volume from central fires that would never cease.Ratcliffe, S. K. (Samuel Kerkham)
The most unremitting attention and constant care were what the boy required declared the physician when he had made an examination.Madison, Lucy Foster
As an elderly man looking back, he narrates the story, which turns out to be one of unfulfilled if not actually unrequited love.New York Times (Mar 12, 2011)
All the time Sigurd was strange, remote, moving like a body without a spirit, unresponsive to all her attempts at comfort and cheer.Bates, Katharine Lee
The cook danced, clapped her hands, sat down in a chair, and reeled backward and forward in unrestrained ecstasy.Coffin, Charles Carleton
Once, long ago, award ceremonies were rather unruly and rambunctious affairs.
For a more disreputable, unsavory, desperate and wicked band of men it would be almost impossible to find.Baker, Willard F.
Ever wondered why mosquitoes eat some people up but leave others relatively unscathed?Scientific American (Jan 4, 2012)
Secretary of State even made a personal, unscheduled visit to huddle with Mr. Zardari at his hotel.New York Times (May 11, 2010)
In a country that has long shunned haggling outside of car dealerships and mattress stores, my behavior may have once appeared unseemly, even crass.Washington Post (Jan 31, 2010)
White paper is laid over black tablecloths — acceptable when pristine, but it quickly became unsightly with smudges of food.New York Times (Jun 26, 2010)
Two others have unspecified injuries and their conditions are not known.Washington Post (Dec 17, 2011)
They can be chaotic, unstable, and at times violent.
“Only the pure in heart,” “clean, unsullied thought.”Le Gallienne, Richard
In fact, view it as we will, the whole idea of unlimited Matter is not only untenable, but impossible and preposterous.Poe, Edgar A.
The captain in Lajas is on duty day and night, watching that nothing untoward may happen to man, beast, or property.Lumholtz, Carl
Details will be unveiled during a news conference Tuesday.Washington Post (Apr 24, 2012)
The statement that “all amateur journalists are flirts, more or less”, is a base and unwarranted libel which we are prepared completely to refute.Lovecraft, H. P. (Howard Phillips)
In Bloomah’s class alone—as if inspired by her martial determination—the ranks stood firm, unwavering.Zangwill, Israel
On land, he is unwieldy and awkward; so that, when he is pursued by an enemy, he usually takes to his favorite element.Woodworth, Francis C. (Francis Channing)
If this was all, we could easily cope with these unwitting abuses, or even deliberate instances of misuse.La Motte, Ellen Newbold
He was continually surprised and taken off his guard by the unwonted and unexpected.Multatuli
When he sought to move, something firm and unyielding about his waist restrained him.Altsheler, Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander)
Rachel never upbraided her with words,—had never spoken one word of reproach.Trollope, Anthony
His Majesty also left a thousand crowns, which were to be utilized in the education and general upbringing of the child.Spence, Lewis
If they don’t find it, China risks riots and other upheaval.
We must be consistent in upholding human rights for all human beings.”
One tires of this hurrying, bustling, jostling, uproarious life in the city, and then laziness in the country is considered the greatest of earthly boons.Fleming, May Agnes
I turned away half bewildered, and went home at once, pondering what was to be the upshot of this new development.Marchmont, Arthur W. (Arthur Williams)
Using data gathered by sensors scattered around an urban area, researchers say they can track changes in a city’s carbon dioxide output.
The concert closed with Bartok’s six Romanian Folk Dances, which Ms. Grimaud performed as refined and urbane, contemporaries of Berg’s sonata rather than quaintly folksy.New York Times (Feb 1, 2011)
London, it is calculated, contains ten thousand of these shoeless, homeless, friendless, forsaken, ragged, unwashed, uncombed young urchins of doubtful antecedents. Ritchie, J. Ewing (James Ewing)
He had murdered his master, and usurped the throne, without any title to it whatever.Abbott, Jacob
There were no laws limiting the rate of interest, and the rich lent to the poor at extravagant rates of usury.Morris, Charles
He does not, on the other hand, adopt a low utilitarian view of life, allowing value only to that which is “practical.”Stace, W. T. (Walter Terence)
Charles Goodyear, an American inventor, found a way for making it commonly useful, and brought about its practical and widespread utility.Piercy, Willis Duff
Thus More gave a new word to our language, and when we think some idea beautiful but impossible we call it ” Utopian.”Marshall, H. E. (Henrietta Elizabeth)
Mrs. Mandeville spoke as if every word she uttered tortured her.Butler, Maude M.
Yet he became deeply attached to his wife, and proved in fact nearly as uxorious as his father.Various