This was in her own, quite calm and detached little voice with its un-English accent.
To dictate to a man to whom he was to pay wages was, in the last degree, un-English.
His vivacity was un-English, yet at the back of his nature there lay surely a stagnant reservoir of melancholy.
I hope they will; for Christmas-day without a turkey will be very un-English.
Lassigny was very stiff now, and entirely un-English in manner, and even in appearance.
Yet he was as hopelessly un-French as a Welshman of the hills is to this day un-English.
The psychical aspect of the proceeding seems not altogether un-English.
Was his hair cut in a way so un-English that it had paralyzed him?
I leant across and put my arms around him; I suppose it was un-English; there are times when one forgets these points.
He denounced the sentiment as 'un-English,' and got much cheered.