Definitions

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  • adj. Not dejected.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ dejected

Examples

  • His features, indeed, expressed a deep melancholy, as he walked up the centre aisle, amid the ruin of things which he considered as holy, but his brow was undejected, and his step firm and solemn.

    The Abbot

  • I lived a few years longer, my children would have entered on manhood, safe from the temptations of want and undejected by the charity of strangers.

    A Strange Story — Complete

  • Had I lived a few years longer, my children would have entered on manhood, safe from the temptations of want and undejected by the charity of strangers.

    A Strange Story — Volume 01

  • Why is virtue chosen, but because she is the parent of honour, because she enables a man to look in the face the aspersions of calumny, and to remain firm and undejected, amidst whatever fortune has of adverse and capricious?

    Italian Letters, Vols. I and II The History of the Count de St. Julian

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