But do you know," she broke off, turning her quick eyes upon Madame Ratignolle and leaning forward a little so as to bring her face quite close to that of her companion, "sometimes I feel this summer as if I were walking through the green meadow again; idly, aimlessly, unthinking and unguided
My horse was traveling practically unguided
as I knew that I had probably less knowledge of the exact location of the trail to the pass than he, and thus it happened that he entered a defile which led to the summit of the range and not to the pass which I had hoped would carry me to the valley and to safety.
feet, too, caught aggravatingly in brambles; and with it all he received a subtle suggestion to touch the corpse.
It seemed to me that some accident - say the loss of a memorandum indicating its locality - had deprived him of the means of recovering it, and that this accident had become known to his followers, who otherwise might never have heard that treasure had been concealed at all, and who, busying themselves in vain, because unguided
attempts, to regain it, had given first birth, and then universal currency, to the reports which are now so common.
But there is sometimes nothing like the imagination of these people who have none, and Newman, now and then, in an unguided
stroll in a foreign city, before some lonely, sad-towered church, or some angular image of one who had rendered civic service in an unknown past, had felt a singular inward tremor.
ramble into its recesses in bad weather is apt to engender dissatisfaction with its narrow, tortuous, and miry ways.
The vessel, unguided
, had been moving slowly across the valley; but now I thought it time to take the helm and direct her course.
They opened for me that pedler's pack of which I have made so much ado, and I found that it was weighted less with pretty little sad love-tokens than with ignoble thoughts and deeds and an unguided
Van Brandt if I ventured alone and unguided
into the city at night.