Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not spared; not saved for future use; not treated with mildness; not saved from destruction, ruin, death, or the like. Indispensable; not to be spared.
- adj. Not spared.
- un- + spared (Wiktionary)
“Her soul was no longer her own; it had been captured during the struggle by all those silent, defenseless, unspared bodies.”
“It ended "-- Ann was trembling uncontrollably --" it ended with the rod being unspared.”
“Thus, Penrod woke, next morning, with neither the unspared rod, nor Mr. Kinosling in his mind.”
“Cornelia knew later, when she was older and had thought more, that the queen had instantly caught the defiant mood of her guest, and thereupon left nothing unspared to conciliate it.”
“Spare the rod and spoil the child" remains in belief, unmodified by the millions of children spoiled by the unspared rod.”
“Mo had become herself again; her people assured that an era of liberty and prosperity had recommenced, her ruler leaving no effort unspared to act in the best interests of his beloved nation.”
“He had left no effort unspared to build up a great coalition against the French king.”
“The heavy hoop concealed much of the grace of figure which was her portion, but the poise of the upper body, free from the seat-back and erect with youthful strength as yet unspared, showed easily that here, too, was but an indifferent subject for Sadler's.”
“No hard fact remained unrecorded, no subtle act unveiled, no hint of her bright future unspared to deepen the gloom of his.”
“It is only here and there, by Dürer, Holbein, Carpaccio, or other such men, that we get a living bird rightly drawn;  but we may be greatly thankful for the unspared labor, and attentive skill, with which many illustrations of ornithology have been produced within the last seventy or eighty years.”
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