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  • adj. Not lived in.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Not lived (in); -- with in.


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un- +‎ dwelt


  • If there were healing in air, in form, in colour, it was upon this green cool hill for a thousand years and more undwelt on and freed from the restlessness of men.

    Maid in Waiting

  • I saw her wandering out and out, mile beyond mile, to undwelt-in places, and the tender mercy of wolves.


  • That 'nub' is so ingeniously, so casually, flung in, and immediately left there in the tail of the letter, undwelt upon, that an indifferent reader would never suspect that it was the heart and core of the epistle, if he even took note of it at all, This is the 'nub' --

    Life on the Mississippi

  • "A wild waste, undwelt in save by savages, and many weeks 'voyage from this country, -- what gentleman would ever go to dwell there?"

    Clare Avery A Story of the Spanish Armada


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