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- adjective Not
excepted; not made exempt; without exception.
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Who is there, the lord Indra unexcepted, that is competent to slay them in the presence of these heroes?
I'm scrtching my noggin, trying to figure out how "unexpected semen" would be better than "unexcepted seamen."
Unless the six hundred thousand be speedily brought into the field, and unless when once there, they secure us a speedy victory, the voice of the whole country will cry out for a general and unexcepted conscription.
He is quite right, and I am sure most of us Yeomen, myself unexcepted, have the true military spirit.
The first line is the original line, the second the corrected one. them by the sudden appearance of the unexcepted rhythm, contradicted them by the sudden appearance of the unexpected rhythm, contradicted conduct may conduct a considerable number of performers alone, all conductor may conduct a considerable number of performers alone, all eyes then being able to look towards him.