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- adj. Unopposed, not resisted.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not opposed or resisted. J. Philips, Cider, i.
It is, rather, a call "unwithstood" because, as Steven Jones has implied, it is the ineluctable voice of the historical moment and opportunity itself (112).
Had turned every drop of blood/By which [Earths] face had been bedewed/To an accent unwithstood (lines 136-37).
Hath flow'd "with pomp of waters unwithstood" -- 
_1093 unsubdued editions 1839; unwithstood edition 1829 (ed. Galignani).
Shelley, and Keats "(Paris, 1829), however, they had already appeared, though with the substitution of wise for bright (line 1091), and of unwithstood for unsubdued (line 1093).
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