from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Unabated.
- adj. Archaic Not blunted by a guard on the tip, as a sword or fencing foil.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not bated; unabated; undiminished.
- Unblunted: noting a sword without a button on the point.
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A sword unbated,  and, in a pass of practice, 
New COPD guidelines-the guideline epidemic continues unbated
I waited, with unbated breath, while the press had a field day.
They ran through it repeatedly, faster each time, with the warden retreating each time to avoid by a hair Zeb's unbated point.
It was a blessed interlude, too; there was so much to whistle about with unbated breath.
"Hamlet," so far is he from any idea of blood revenge, that he doubts and disobeys the message from the other world, doubts indeed the existence of any other world, and dies at last not a bloody death, but by a foil "unbated and envenomed."
Alone, but with unbated zeal, The horseman plied with scourge and steel;
Ah! the world changeth too soon, that ye stand there with unbated breath,
I would have struck him through at one of our trials of fence, with an unbated weapon, as Will says. —