Definitions

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  • adj. Not deflected.

Etymologies

un- +‎ deflected (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • But when a second half-silvered mirror is inserted in the path of the photons undeflected by the first mirror, all photons arrive at one destination and none at the other.

    Ervin Laszlo : EARTH, LIFE, AND MIND : THE PROMISE OF THE NEW HOLISM IN THE SCIENCES

  • The photons of the light beam deflected by the intervening galaxy have been on the way fifty thousand years longer than the photons in the undeflected beam.

    Ervin Laszlo : EARTH, LIFE, AND MIND : THE PROMISE OF THE NEW HOLISM IN THE SCIENCES

  • There is observation and writing in that that the boys will be imitating with a vengeance—paragraphs and pages that are right up with Dostoiefski in their undeflected intensity.

    A Life in Letters

  • Once magnetically denuded, the undeflected solar wind blew away all that life-giving water.

    Rambles at starchamber.com » Blog Archive » Demagnetized Earth?

  • The rest of us had stood in the sun and given this our full attention, undeflected even by the arrival of an Alaska 767: some forty adults standing on a tarmac watching a diminutive figure in shirtsleeves and a red tie toss a ball to his press secretary.

    Insider Baseball

  • The brilliant discovery of radioactivity shows us human knowledge in triumph, exploring Nature by undeflected rays of genius that pass through the vastness of space.

    Nobel Prize in Physics 1903 - Presentation Speech

  • As I was able to observe no reduction in ionization during the eclipse I decided that, essentially, the sun could not be the source of cosmic rays, at least as far as undeflected rays were concerned.

    Victor F. Hess - Nobel Lecture

  • This undeflected concentration on the aim permits competition to absorb contents over which the antagonism becomes purely formal.

    Conflict and The Web of Group-Affiliations

  • It sees that, as a member of the realm of division and part, it receives life and intellection and all else it has and is, from the undivided and partless, since that First is no member of existence, but can be the source of all on condition only of being held down by no one distinctive shape but remaining the undeflected unity.

    The Six Enneads.

  • By sliding this prism in front of the spectrum I can deflect outward any portion of the spectrum I like, and by a mirror can reflect it through a second lens, forming a patch of light on the screen overlapping the patch of light formed by the undeflected rays.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 595, May 28, 1887

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