unendowed as we are, with any faculty of foreseeing the future, it may be difficult for us to conceive of such a faculty in God.
Plants are unendowed with organs of locomotion, their food must therefore be within easy reach.
Dont fling your mothers money into the bottomless pit of this unendowed, burnt-out, unpopular enterprise!
He has no longer to compare the moral and religious influence of an endowed, with that of an unendowed clergy.
Individual enterprise, unendowed but unfettered, built the main buttresses of the British colonial empire.
Rights and powrers can only belong to persons, not to things, not to mere matter, unendowed with will.
But woe to him who, unendowed by nature with their gifts, seeks to imitate them.
Five of the houses are endowed, and the pensioners pass on in rotation from the unendowed to the endowed rooms.
As hospitia or diversoria literarum signified the unendowed house, so domus or aula scholarium signified the endowed house.
Her gifts, if she had any, were of another sort; and she was by no means willing to think of herself as one unendowed with gifts.