On the table nearest the window lies a dainty writing-case, a woman's, and the flap is down on a half-finished letter.
He stood before his easel, on which rested a half-finished canvas.
The cannon from the fortress continued to play upon the half-finished works.
He glanced at the half-finished letter that lay on his wife's desk.
Judge Henderson, regretting his half-finished glass, now impossible, coughed behind his hand.
I had only half-finished my dinner, and it was time for me to be at the shop.
On returning, we saw Minnah's place vacant, a half-finished shirt lying drying on the table.
I cannot leave a half-finished work—I cannot and I will not!
Mary had not as yet been successful in getting possession of the half-finished portrait of Shelley.
He smiled and listened, with the half-finished slipper in his hand.