If this be the case, much of the lost mutual understanding and unity of feeling may be restored.Times.
Once their differences removed, both felt that in presence of certain incalculable factors in Europe it would be of mutual advantage to draw closer together.Times.
...conversing with his Andalusian lady-love in rosy whispers about their mutual passion for Spanish chocolate all the while.Meredith.
Surely you have heard Mrs. Toddles talking to Mrs. Doddles about their mutual maids.Thackeray.
There may be, moreover, while each has the key of the fellow breast, a mutually sensitive nerve.Meredith.
It is now definitely announced that King Edward will meet President Loubet this afternoon near Paris. Our Paris Correspondent says the meeting will take place by mutual desire.Times.
The carpenter holds the hammer in one hand, the nail in the other, and they do their work equally well. So it is with every craftsman; the hands are mutually busy.Times.
There were other means of communication between Claribel and her new prophet. Books were mutually lent to each other.Beaconsfield.
Thrills which gave him rather a unique pleasure.Hutton.
A very unique child, thought I.C. Brontë.
...is to be translated into Russian by M. Robert Böker, of St. Petersburg. This is a somewhat unique thing to happen to an English textbook.Westminster Gazette.
A premature initiative would be useless and even dangerous, being calculated rather to aggravate than to simplify the situation.Times.
Perhaps the most trying and aggravating period of the whole six months during which the siege has lasted was this period of enforced idleness waiting for the day of entry.Times.
There is a cold formality about the average Englishman; a lack of effusive disposition to ingratiate himself, and an almost aggravating indifference to alien customs or conventions.Times.
Mrs. Craigie may possibly be regarding him with an irony too fine for us to detect; but to the ordinary mind he appears to be conceived in the spirit of romance, and a very stupid, tiresome, aggravating man he is.Times.
'Well, I'm sure I'm very much obliged to you, Misses Brown,' said the unfortunate youth, greatly aggravated.Dickens.
Nevertheless, it is an aggravating book, though we are bound to admit that we have been greatly interested.Westminster Gazette.