The place was jammed until even standing room was unthought of.
Forgive the transports of a blessing so unexpected, so unhoped for, so unthought of!
In other sections, to withhold the sacraments for such a cause is unthought of.
All this is a later development, unthought of when our artist friend was with us.
I have not unthought or unfelt, yet I seem falling into a very sweet hypocrisy!
Of relaxation there was little, and recreation was unthought of.
He astonished the daughters of the rector of Neverden by opinions hitherto unheard and unthought of.
And then, worse than all, unthought of until now, there was the appalling problem of—water.
We call instinctive those immediate, unthought reactions which are the same with all mankind.
Justice was unthought of; the only question being, has the church ordered it?