1 Yet, although unhappy, he is not so utterly occupied by his own misery but that he interests himself deeply in the projects of others.
2 Elizabeth also wept and was unhappy, but hers also was the misery of innocence, which, like a cloud that passes over the fair moon, for a while hides but cannot tarnish its brightness.
3 The gentle manners and beauty of the cottagers greatly endeared them to me; when they were unhappy, I felt depressed; when they rejoiced, I sympathized in their joys.
4 I was oppressed by fatigue and hunger and far too unhappy to enjoy the gentle breezes of evening or the prospect of the sun setting behind the stupendous mountains of Jura.
5 A change indeed had taken place in me; my health, which had hitherto declined, was now much restored; and my spirits, when unchecked by the memory of my unhappy promise, rose proportionably.
6 And yet you are still unhappy and still avoid our society.
7 Gatsby got himself into a shadow and while Daisy and I talked looked conscientiously from one to the other of us with tense unhappy eyes.
8 They weren't happy, and neither of them had touched the chicken or the ale--and yet they weren't unhappy either.
9 The unhappy culprit sustained herself as best a woman might, under the heavy weight of a thousand unrelenting eyes, all fastened upon her, and concentrated at her bosom.
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10 Most unwilling was she to awaken from such a dream of felicity to comprehend all the unhappy truths which attended the affair; and for some time she refused to submit to them.
11 Their good friend saw that Marianne was unhappy, and felt that every thing was due to her which might make her at all less so.
12 It was nearly three years after this unhappy period before I returned to England.
13 Elinor could not NOW be made unhappy by this behaviour.
14 She had been for three months her companion, was still under her care, and she was known to have been greatly injured, and long unhappy.
15 It was an unhappy life that I lived; and its one dominant anxiety, towering over all its other anxieties, like a high mountain above a range of mountains, never disappeared from my view.