Her voice was emotionless, blank, unringing.
"The Rescue" by Joseph Conrad
It fell heavily, shattering itself with the unringing thud of a piece of ice.
"Romance" by Joseph Conrad and F.M. Hueffer
Annie was kneeling, too, her fine, unringed hands clasping one of her mother's hands.
"The Beloved Woman" by Kathleen Norris
He was a big man and unringed, and hailed from the other end of the country.
"Forging the Blades" by Bertram Mitford
They were all young men and unringed, and in high glee at the prospect of an abundant beef feast.
"A Frontier Mystery" by Bertram Mitford
He, like the rest, was unringed, but held his head high in the air, as though he were somebody.
"The Luck of Gerard Ridgeley" by Bertram Mitford
But yesterday I was only a boy, and unringed.
"The White Shield" by Bertram Mitford
It was one thing to be derided by a branch of the Royal Tree, quite another to be savagely hooted by a pack of unringed boys.
"A Secret of the Lebombo" by Bertram Mitford
Their snouts are long and unringed.
"Through the Land of the Serb" by Mary Edith Durham