It is this unfixed camp-life, this life without my father, without Bonaventure, that does it.
"Bonaventure" by George Washington Cable
Her great dreamy eyes, of a deep liquid blue, wandered unfixedly in their languid gaze.
"Pharaoh's Broker" by Ellsworth Douglass
But they did not see things to burn everywhere, because their minds were unfixed.
"Eugenics and Other Evils" by G. K. Chesterton
In our differences with Rome he is strangely unfixed, and a new man every new day, as his last discourse-book's meditations transport him.
"Microcosmography" by John Earle
Fix and unfix bayonet are executed with promptness and regularity, but not in cadence.
"Manual of Military Training" by James A. Moss
If it is not, it must be some unfixed and unnamed peak.
"The Heart of Nature" by Francis Younghusband
Railway rates were yet unfixed by law and every road sold transportation as best it could.
"The New Nation" by Frederic L. Paxson
The company officers ordered their men to unfix bayonets, and to help each other up the rocks.
"History of the War in South Africa 1899-1902 v. 1 (of 4)" by Frederick Maurice
He was still as unsure and unfixed as when he had married himself.
"The Rainbow" by D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence
He unfixed his bayonet, and stretched the muzzle of his piece to me to help me out.
"The Conscript" by Émile Erckmann
The room seemed to race about him and in his ears were strange unfixed sounds.
"Making Money" by Owen Johnson
You were as a death-sentence to me, the hour of which was unfixed.
"The Green Book" by Mór Jókai
Within, he found the orifice of an old cistern, partially covered by unfixed planking.
"She Buildeth Her House" by Will Comfort
Justin, unfix the crowd.
"Menotah" by Ernest G. Henham
The incidence of word-accent is left unfixed save so far as the incidence of verse-accent enables us to fix it.
"The Oxford Book of Latin Verse" by Various
Some day we will, though it's a date that seems unfixable now.
"The Letters of Henry James (volume I)" by Henry James
There are pretty often slight Stitches, but unfixed or flying about, with a little Complaint of the Throat.
"Advice to the people in general, with regard to their health" by Samuel Auguste David Tissot
An exciting day with destination unfixed.
"Mount Everest the Reconnaissance, 1921" by Charles Kenneth Howard-Bury
His even smile's unfixed As the middle of two minds.
"The Mortal Gods and Other Plays" by Olive Tilford Dargan
But not a tint of his thoughts is unfixed; they beam along the walls as fresh as ever.
"Highways and Byways in London" by E. T. Cook
Can scorn unfix creation's base,
Or shake the throne of God?
Can taunts, however fierce, disarm
Stern justice of her rod?
"To Teetotallers" by John Pierpont
O, failing one whose faith unfixed
With every movement sways,
Look back, and in thy spirit kneel
With Cameron as he prays.
"Cameron's Stone" by Alexander Anderson
But soon my eyes unfix'd their stare,
My senses clearer now became,
And borne unto my sharpen'd ear,
I heard a sound, but not the same.
"A Dream" by Thomas Frederick Young