The theatre of the Boulevard refused the drama; so the author's rage against l'infame Albion was yet unappeased.
We rise from the table, and our deepest cravings are unappeased.
Nevertheless, the superstitions of the people were unappeased.
A portion of his vengeance is yet unappeased—that due to him who was second in the duel.
"Mock me not, Child of the Devil," retorted the unappeased churchman.
When satisfied it is lulled, but for one that is satisfied how many are unappeased!
"I ought scarcely to drink with you after your reception of me," replied Manasseh unappeased.
Amidon looked suspiciously at the notes, unappeased by this flattery.
For the last two nights they had had scarce any sleep; their hunger had been unappeased since they left Vouziers.
She looked on them all alike, with pity for their seizure, and each of them got up and walked away, unappeased.