- un- + haunted (Wiktionary)
“Because, when the dead are given their due, society is allowed to move forward unhaunted by its past.”
“They seem to be free of their horrible past, unhaunted by their history.”
“Amid public anger over politics as usual, the Illinois Senator is unhaunted by Beltway experience.”
“And the instant morning peels away my dreams, leaves me tired but unhaunted.”
“He didn't want her in this place, this unhaunted place, where not even ghosts were lingering.”
“Egyptians lived with the certainty that they were owed eternity, that they lived and would live forever in a present of their own choosing, unhaunted by the past, unthreatened by the future, luxuriously entertained in a present they could extend as long as they wished, releasing these savoury moments on their own terms, not at the imperious demand of mere days, nights, suns, moons.”
“He wanted to sleep, enter a lovely blackness, a dark, but not too dark, resting place, unhaunted, unpeopled, with no flickering presences.”
“The underground garage with its smashed, unhaunted cars white with concrete dust.”
“They were clear and bright, unhaunted, unshadowed, and she knew that in the face of his sister she was getting a glimpse of what Gage must once have been like, before Fate had brought on that darkness he carried.”
“It was enough that their spirits were again together, that the sadness and the demons were leaving them, that they slept unhaunted and woke to serenity.”
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