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  • adj. Not slumbering; unsleeping.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Never sleeping or slumbering; always watching or vigilant.


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un- +‎ slumbering


  • Central Bank of the State of Georgia -- an institution of such magnitude as to merit and demand the most unslumbering vigilance of the freemen of this State; as a portion of whom, we feel bound to express our

    The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus

  • Silently and invisibly, yet with unslumbering assiduity, Odd-Fellowship watches over him, and by its wise counsels, its tender sympathies and rational restraints, saves him from the ways of vice.

    The Jericho Road

  • The unslumbering eye of Heaven, however, and the unerring fiat of divine justice, proved less oblivious of this monstrous crime.

    The Life of Marie de Medicis

  • But he fought his way back, sent his ships, singly or in couples, to Torbay or Plymouth for a moment's breathing space, but himself held on, with a grim courage and an unslumbering vigilance which have never been surpassed.

    Deeds that Won the Empire Historic Battle Scenes

  • Not only so, but from this same unslumbering quality of self-love you have to develop regard for others.

    Rousseau (Volume 1 and 2)

  • Where was the dweller of her daily thoughts, the bright apparition of her unslumbering pillow?

    The Scottish Chiefs

  • In order to preserve this reticence, unslumbering care and many precautions were absolutely necessary.

    Life of Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen — Volume 1

  • So now we see him at the lowest ebb of his fortunes, flung down in a moment by a lie from the height to which he had slowly been climbing, having lost the confidence of his master, and earned the unslumbering hatred of a wicked woman.

    Expositions of Holy Scripture

  • His unslumbering suspicion "eyed David from that day."

    The Life of David As Reflected in His Psalms

  • Like Dante and many more, he has to learn the weariness of the exile's lot -- how hard his fare, how homeless his heart, how cold the courtesies of aliens, how unslumbering the suspicions which watch the refugee who fights on the side of his

    The Life of David As Reflected in His Psalms


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