Definitions

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  • n. Ill will; misfortune.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. No thanks; ill will; misfortune.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To recant or recall, as one's thanks; unsay, as what has been said by way of acknowledgment.
  • n. No thanks; ingratitude; ill will.
  • n. Harm; injury; misfortune.

Etymologies

Anglo-Saxon unþank. See un- not, thank. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • BTW, the points addon works great as well that's good to hear, the ability to disable the "unthank" button is being added as a feature in this upcoming new version kiddo wrote: Just a small question (as always LOL) but I noticed you have made an add-on for the points system, question is, do you plan to integrate that with the mod

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  • Now did Arthur, noblest of kings, very great friendship before all his folk, he caused the king to be clothed with each pride (richly), and eke by Arthur he sate, and eke with himself ate; with Arthur he drank wine—that to mm was mickle unthank.

    Roman de Brut. English

  • And there seized Æthelwold ætheling, his father's brother's son, the ham [villa] at Winburne [Wimbourne], and at Tweoxneam [Christchurch], by the king's unthank and his witan's [without leave from the king].

    Early Britain Anglo-Saxon Britain

  • Only thing I might suggest is something that would allow admins to disable the unthank button.

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  • Registered User nuke_q7 wrote: thank you for this great MOD!!! can you please provide a way to remove the unthank option or if it has to be in the MOD can you make it so that admins and mods can only unthank?? also can you make it so that admins and mods always see the hidden content?? thx

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  • unthank icons were copied to the correct "language" folder inside "{your_style} \imageset\ {lang}" what is the problem with the member profiles? does it not show this for example?

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  • Now did Arthur, noblest of kings, very great friendship before all his folk, he caused the king to be clothed with each pride (richly), and eke by Arthur he sate, and eke with himself ate; with Arthur he drank wine—that to mm was mickle unthank. found it on wordnik

    October 4, 2010