- From German unberufen ("let it not be called down on me") (Wiktionary)
“For a long time I thought that what she was muttering was in Hebrew, until I knew enough German to recognize the word unberufen, which literally means “not summoned up.””
“I wonder if she would still be saying unberufen if she were alive today.”
“In the meanwhile I thank God that you are _unberufen_ all well, and, in sorrow or in joy,”
“I wish you could see Pussy now; she is (_unberufen_) the picture of health, and has just cut her first eye-tooth, without the slightest suffering.”
“We are all very well (_unberufen_) and move, _to our horror_, to town on Friday.”
“He allowed Anthony's muttered "_A qui le dites-vous_?" to pass unnoticed, and, making his voice grave, continued, "But for those of us who don't happen to be named Tony -- _unberufen_!”
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