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  • adj. not cloven


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un- +‎ cloven


  • 'uncloven' air right in the breast; there can be no suggestion that it is easier for the last than for the first bird to cut a way.

    Norse Tales and Sketches

  • I will eat Literally Anything, regardless of cleanliness, cloven or uncloven of hoof, feathered or batwinged or scaled, up to and including The Great God Pan and/or Jormungandr no gods, no masters, no dietary laws

    Sequel Planned to the Kosher Guide: The Goyim Guide

  • The Factotum gladly gave him food, and afterward shewed him divers knotty logs of wood, which the weake strength of Lurco had left uncloven; but this fellow being more active and lusty, quickly rent them all to pieces.

    The Decameron

  • Swine are either cloven-footed or uncloven-footed; for there are in Illyria and in

    The History of Animals

  • Instead of neat uncloven hooves, the stallion's feet were each divided into two toes, a little like a cow's.

    Fortune's Favorites

  • By performing it on the ninth day one acquires many animals of uncloven hoofs.

    The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 4 Books 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18

  • And the Chamar himself will not touch the corpse of a horse, a dog or any animal whose feet are uncloven; and he will not kill a cow though he eats its flesh.

    The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India Volume II

  • These wretched beings break the eternal commandments of their Maker without scruple; but they will not partake of the beast of the uncloven foot, and the fish which has no scales.

    The Bible in Spain

  • Could we ask them to develop a pig with an uncloven hoof?

    Slashdot: Science

  • The hairy oinkers, known for having uncloven hooves like mules, would be spotlighted in a fancy six-course dinner.

    Serious Eats


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