Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Unalloyed.

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  • adjective Not allayed.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ allayed

Examples

  • Her pity, however, for Miss Belfield was almost wholly unallayed by jealousy; she harboured not any suspicion that she was loved by young

    Cecilia

  • Ten years afterwards, in writing to Björnson, the discomfort of that experience was still unallayed.

    Henrik Ibsen

  • Ten years afterwards, in writing to Björnson, the discomfort of that experience was still unallayed.

    Henrik Ibsen

  • It exists, invisible but unallayed for all that. '

    The Ninja

  • The same rage continueth yet unallayed in its principles.

    Christologia

  • All through the winter, the perturbation of the little huckster's mind remained unallayed; but there came a day in early spring which set his questionings at rest.

    The Golden Shoemaker or 'Cobbler' Horn

  • The toils of state shall from this moment devolve upon thee; and from this moment, the delights of empire unallayed shall be mine: I will recline at ease, remote from every eye but those that reflect my own felicity; the felicity that I shall taste in secret, surrounded by the smiles of beauty, and the gaities of youth.

    Almoran and Hamet

  • However this might be, we know that Abram did not find rest in this weary land, unallayed with sorrow.

    Sermons on Various Important Subjects

  • Still the imperative clamor of my mind remained unallayed.

    The Promised Land

  • Still the imperative clamor of my mind remained unallayed.

    The Promised Land

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