Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not assailed; not attacked.
- adj. Not previously assailed
- un- + assailed (Wiktionary)
“However the upper class of New York, unlike those venerable cities, did not remain unassailed, with famous family names such as the Cabots or Lodges, or Fitzhughs or Drexels, unsullied by nouveaux riche.”
“(Unfortunately, I remain unassailed by creative lightning, but maybe that’s not important at this stage.)”
“While you may have incredible reasons for doubting my credibility, my credibility remains unassailed.”
“While providing an inner source of hope and fortitude by the promise of an ideal state unassailed by fortuna and the fragility of human affairs, the City of God was also a constant reminder that citizenship in the hereafter was determined by the character of one's actions in the present. 166”
“Through the analogy of the chessboard with the city, as well as the chess pieces with the various trades practiced by a city's inhabitants, Cessoles invented a powerful mnemonic diagram for princes and commoners alike, with the reticulated board and its pieces offering a model by which to contemplate the integrated workings of an ideal city — proportionately measured, guided by just and prudent leaders and unassailed by Fortuna.”
“Margaret Mitchell's authorship of Gone with the Wind is unassailed because it can be dismissed as a woman's book, while it is insisted that Truman Capote is largely responsible for the genius of Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird, a book that can't be dismissed in the same way and therefore, could not be the work of a woman.”
“And all the while the Republican swarm of thugs and villains prepares to continue the assualt virtually unassailed by their "honorable" opponents.”
“I needed Ruby Andrews and father James and Fontella Bass to preach their gospel unassailed.”
“The fact that symbolic message processing function would be a future benefit (not a present function existing prior to having symbolic messages) remains unassailed.”
“It would take 67 senators to win const amendment battles, so on that I agree that federalism is the way on that, but when it comes to judges, you are way too pessimistic, to the point of being defeatist in a self fulfilling prophecy way if what you said were to go unassailed.”
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