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  • adj. Not enthralled or in thrall; unenslaved.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not enslaved; not reduced to thraldom.


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un- +‎ enthralled


  • I could spend some time dissecting all the curious talk of Jindal's "instincts" and "intangibles" and review some of my past criticisms, but since I'm so unenthralled by Jindal's competition, what good would it do?

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • Today's American left might feel similarly unenthralled about elections as the president-elect picks a Treasury secretary who worked in Ronald Reagan's Treasury Department, and extends the tenure of a secretary of defense who was put in the Pentagon by George W. Bush.

    Grover, Calvin And Us

  • About the blog: I admit that, technically challenged and unenthralled as I am, I have up until now not understood how people find time to blog and/or read blogs, but I had not thought of the application for FOODIES!

    creamy white polenta with mushrooms | smitten kitchen

  • She and her two friends seem unenthralled by the house.

    I Feel Earthquakes More Often Than They Happen

  • The scene presented a fine picture of careless, unmethodized and unenthralled hospitality, where the guests enjoyed themselves according to their varying impulses, whether in grave argumentation or toppling merriment.

    Swallow Barn, or A Sojourn in the Old Dominion. In Two Volumes. Vol. II.

  • Other autoworkers were unenthralled by such UAW triumphs: In 1986, the UAW abandoned its attempt to unionize Honda's Marysville, Ohio, plant by secret ballot plebiscite.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Smart People was enjoyable but left me unenthralled.

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  • He needs to because they are especially unenthralled about his plans for their health care.



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