Welcome to what Edelstein calls “unregenerate Shakespeare geekdom.”
When we consider the misery and darkness of the unregenerate world, oh!
And he turned from me fully convinced, I believe, that I was an unregenerate rogue.
They seem—for purely religious purposes, of course—to know more about iniquity than the unregenerate.
The world, self, sin—these be the gods of the unregenerate soul.
There are unregenerate atavistic impulses; Harry would dearly have liked to box her ears.
The unregenerate man could never rejoice in the divine holiness.
The meekest of men love to tell how bad they were as boys, hugging their fiction of early depravity with an unregenerate glee.
Yea, is it a whit better in the case of any unregenerate man on earth?
For an unregenerate second he had become the gallant Rupert Mainwaring again, and showed me wherein might lie his attraction.