The delight of union stole through her, more exquisite for incompletion.
"Women always spoil their vices by incompletion," observed Paul.
We are undoubtedly in an unpleasant state of incompletion as a nation to-day, but by no means in one of decadence.
Other times I would rage up and down, all my soul baffled and aching with incompletion.
In a sterner kind, that of the statues in the sacristy of St. Lorenzo equals it, and there again by incompletion.
Desire and need have been treated as signs of deficiency, and endeavor as proof not of power but of incompletion.
incompletion of the radical is one of the commonest causes of words being coined faultily.
He supposed he had apprehended dimly the risk of this incompletion in Paris during that first Long Vacation.
If one loses somebody like that, it leaves a sense of incompletion.