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  • adjective Not exemplified; of which no example has been seen.


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un- +‎ exemplified


  • ˜Aristotelian™ (as opposed to a ˜Platonic™) view of universals, according to which there can be no unexemplified properties (that is, no properties that are not possessed by objects), one may still contend that a given property, x, possessed by a particular object, y, would still exist even if y did not, provided that some other object then possessed

    Ontological Dependence

  • For they said, that whereas the land wherein we live is filled with sin, and various indications of God's displeasure thereon, yet there is an unexemplified neglect in calling the inhabitants of it unto repentance, for the diverting of impendent judgments.

    The Sermons of John Owen

  • But this, I confess, being a new, unexemplified kind of policy, scarce comes up to that which the apostle here condemns for the wisdom of the world, but must pass rather for the wisdom of this particular age, which, as in most other things it stands alone, scorning the examples of all former ages, so it has a way of policy and wisdom also peculiar to itself.

    Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions. Vol. I.

  • It is remarkable that, in reviewing my collection, I found the word SEA unexemplified.

    The Works of Samuel Johnson, Volume 05 Miscellaneous Pieces

  • It is remarkable that, in reviewing my collection, I found the word _sea_ unexemplified.

    Prefaces and Prologues to Famous Books with Introductions, Notes and Illustrations

  • Would it not be an unexemplified unthankfulness to requite rebellion to him, for so much unparalleled affection?

    The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning


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