- adj. Not walled.
- un- + walled (Wiktionary)
“Sidon, and being sprung from the oldest branch of the family of Canaan, bore his name. the Perizzites -- that is, villagers, a tribe who were dispersed throughout the country and lived in unwalled towns. the Hivites -- who dwelt about Ebal and Gerizim, extending towards”
“In that time of peace, men shall live in unwalled villages (Eze 38: 11; compare Jer 23: 6; 49: 31; Zec 2: 8).”
“It is a people that dwell safely, all of them, in unwalled villages, very secure, and having neither bars nor gates, v. 11.”
“I toss them out past glass, stone sticky strands of mine and I stare caught by sun-glint on Maya patterns body-woven where they fell unwalled, I see lace and know my house runs dark.”
“Though newsrooms are famously full of cacophony and confusion, I for one have never been a fan of unwalled chaos.”
“In Ezekiel 38:11, Russia is addressing all its allies, suggesting they go into Israel, which is called at that time the “land of unwalled villages.””
“The ancient philosopher Epicurus famously said that when it comes to death we all live in an unwalled city.”
“Wiki novels, Wiki op-eds, a Wiki Amazon: these are concepts too large, too uncontrolled, too wilderness-like – too unwalled – to be gardens.”
“A further description in verse 11 states , the Israel would be "a land of unwalled villages" and "a peaceful and unsuspecting people-all of them living without walls and without gates and bars".”
“Sullo, an unwalled village at the bottom of a rocky hill.”
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