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Before them, through the mists of the starry twilight, loomed the mountain peaks and shadowy seas of the unventured and unknown future; and thitherward they pressed with undaunted steps, and with a haughty and sublime defiance of obstructions and dangers; fearing God, doing their best, and leaving the issue in His hands.
At the time when Mrs. Laudersdale had become somewhat more than a reigning beauty, and held her sceptre with such apparent indifference that she seemed about abandoning it forever, she no longer dazzled with unventured combinations of colors and materials in dress.
She turned to him, and he saw a beautiful and stern face, with coils of wondrous, bright-gleaming hair and eyes that were like stars in an unventured-in sea.
The Children of Odin The Book of Northern Myths Padraic Colum 1926
Long wastes of wind, held ship and unventured sea,
The Agamemnon of Aeschylus Translated into English Rhyming Verse with Explanatory Notes 525 BC-456 BC Aeschylus 1911
Only to the pioneer comes this thrill of a new-made Eden, only to those who tear themselves from the easy ruts and cut hazardous clearings in the unventured wilderness.
The Nine-Tenths James Oppenheim 1907