from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not interfered with, disturbed, or harmed.
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- adj. Not molested
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not molested; not disturbed; free from disturbance.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not interfered with, disturbed, or harmed
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But another defensive breakdown allowed Craig Conroy to skate in unmolested from the blue line and lift a shot into the upper right corner for a 3-0 lead with 7: 13 remaining in the period.
Now your Saturday-afternoon Siegfried can grill those burgers until they're tougher than Nothung itself, and remain unmolested by the Fafner and Fasolt of spills and splatters — so that once your meal is plunged into a river of inedibility, he'll still be clean enough to take you out.
Then, Carpenter threw a 27-yard scoring strike to Michael Jones, and Torain added his third TD, running in unmolested from the right side.
On the other hand, I have a hard time believing killing what will become a living, breathing human child if left unmolested is the answer.
I have a hard time believing killing what will become a living, breathing human child if left unmolested is the answer.
They passed through the forest of Glenfinlass; and morning and evening still found them threading its unsuspected solitudes in unmolested security; night, too, watched their onward march.
To that simple Highland shooting lodge, which Eleanor would rather have called "home," than the proudest palace that ever was built: which could not be her home: which she might live to see some other happier creature than herself - some one free to make a choice, and beg Heaven's blessing on it - call home; and dwell in unmolested!
"I can see better here, thank you, Nancy," replied I, taking my work to the window, where she had the good - [Page 113] ness to suffer me to remain unmolested, while she got a brush to remove the cat's hairs from Mr Weston's coat, carefully wiped the rain from his hat, and gave the cat its supper, busily talking all the time; now thanking her clerical friend for what he had done; now wondering how the cat had found out the warren; and now lamenting the probable consequences of such a discovery.
Today, the Daily News shows us his life of luxury in Switzerland (his chalet was called "Milky Way"), and, since we're on the little brother thing, a Times account explains that Polanski traveled the world "unmolested" for the past 31 years.
Still more evidence that the government is giving Goldman a leg up: New secrecy rule lets Goldman control stock prices 'unmolested' by public scrutiny
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