But the searchlight of science has revealed in it possibilities hitherto undreamed of.
"Pushing to the Front" by Orison Swett Marden
It is, then, not difficult to understand that, from the first days, Ivan was in a situation undreamed-of even by his father.
"The Genius" by Margaret Horton Potter
Friday the fishing was superb, undreamed of; there were seven casks, three for Rouget and four for La Queue.
"The Fête At Coqueville 1907" by Emile Zola
The elusive foe applies a wit, a skill undreamed of in the beast mind.
"The Heart of Unaga" by Ridgwell Cullum
His own share in the matter was a thing undreamed of.
"Graham's Magazine, Vol. XXXII No. 4, April 1848" by Various
Don't smile, because I have explored the most fantastic regions of rhythm, hitherto undreamed.
"Melomaniacs" by James Huneker
The whole thing passed in a flash, but for him it was one of those illuminating beams that discovers a hitherto undreamed-of panorama.
"Jan and Her Job" by L. Allen Harker
The contrast flung them into undreamed of relief.
"The Gorgeous Isle" by Gertrude Atherton
Unknown and undreamed of, the young poet had come to one of those partings of the ways which are only recognized in the perspective of time.
"The Brownings" by Lilian Whiting
They were poor with a desperation of poverty undreamed of even in the slums.
"The Co-Citizens" by Corra Harris
Undreamed-of turmoil kept him in a whirl of unsettledness.
"Literary New York" by Charles Hemstreet
Table manners were a luxury as yet undreamed of.
"Henry VIII and His Court" by Herbert Tree
She was awed and a little frightened by the undreamed-of magnificence about her.
"Warrior of the Dawn" by Howard Carleton Browne
The love of plunder was a latent motive omnipotent in his soul, and he saw undreamed of wealth lavishly spread before him.
"Hernando Cortez" by John S. C. Abbott
He thought he had discovered an undreamed-of spark of reverence in his son.
"Sube Cane" by Edward Bellamy Partridge
Flossy, in her maternal soul, had looked to heights undreamed of by the retiring boy.
"Jap Herron" by Emily Grant Hutchings
It was the undreamed of capacity for adoration.
"Shadows of Flames" by Amelie Rives
Then, in undreamed of pain, her heart stood still.
"Through the Postern Gate" by Florence L. Barclay
This may mean the undreamed of thing of 100 per cent perfect!
"From Xylographs to Lead Molds; A.D. 1440-A.D. 1921" by H. C. Forster
Here light was a thing forgotten and undreamed of.
"Kastle Krags" by Absalom Martin
"Our sweet illusions only die
Fulfilling love's sure prophecy;
And every wish for better things
An undreamed beauty nearer brings.
"The Seeking Of The Waterfall" by John Greenleaf Whittier
Men who dare mighty deeds with dauntless will,
Oft meet defeat,—not glorious victory;
But the uplifting souls to undreamed heights,
May not of poorest laurels worthy be.
"Compensation" by Henrietta Cordelia Ray
As I look on each brother proprietor's face,
I could open my arms in a loving embrace;
What wonder that feelings, undreamed of so long,
Should burst all at once in a blossom of song!
"For The Centennial Dinner" by Oliver Wendell Holmes
Far trails await me; valleys vast and still,
Vistas undreamed of, canyon-guarded streams,
Lowland and range, fair meadow, flower-girt hill,
Forests enchanted, filled with magic dreams.
"Make Me No Grave" by Henry Herbert Knibbs
At length the murmur died away,
And silence on that village lay.
—So slept Pompeii, tower and hall,
Ere the quick earthquake swallowed all,
Undreaming of the fiery fate
Which made its dwellings desolate.
"Pentucket" by John Greenleaf Whittier
A gray sad land, where her girlhood grew
To womanhood proud, that the hill-winds seemed
To give their heart, like melody, to;
And the stars, their soul, like a dream undreamed--
The only glad thing that the sad land knew.
"My Lady Of Verne" by Madison Julius Cawein