On other days or at other hours it slept under the table-top, unvexed by the hammering that went on over its head.
So the river rolled on through its solemn canyons in primeval freedom, unvexed by the tampering and meddling of man.
Ten, and of Vicksburg, had let the Father of Waters again run "unvexed to the sea."
I am surprised, on reflection, that this venerable clergyman should have been unvexed by Episcopal censures.
The shores were once more a clear picture, greener than ever and unvexed by the wind.
unvexed, the Prince would walk down the three flights of stairs.
It was like gazing down from some headland into a silent, unvexed sea.
For the next six years our Indian possessions were ruled by men of lesser fame, and were unvexed by foreign wars.
Before the mountains were unvexed by the miner's drill the land itself was a poem and a picture.
I feel that I am more than repaid for all my suffrins, and that I shel sale smoothly down the stream uv time, unvexed and happy.