unextinguished love

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  • adjective Not extinguished

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Examples

  • Only the "soul of man, like unextinguished fire,/Yet burns toward Heaven," Jupiter declares of the three-thousand-year-old struggle in which Prometheus remains bound to Jupiter as his specter or shadow.

    Romanticism, Alchemy, and Psychology

  • But the flame that burned in the circle of the travellers whirled only before the eye in unextinguished longing.

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  • Sickly yellow lights went to and fro in the houses, and some of the passing cabs flaunted unextinguished lamps.

    The War of The Worlds

  • A visit so sudden, so unexpected, and so unaccountable, from an object that no discouragement could make him think of with indifference, had been a subject to him of conjecture and wonder that had revived all the hopes and the fears which had lately, though still unextinguished, lain dormant.

    Cecilia

  • The Havard Lampoon has a not unextinguished history of satirizing popular culture.

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  • The Havard Lampoon has a not unextinguished history of satirizing popular culture.

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  • She had mastered her irritation and through the glass side of the room sent a wistful smile to his address, but I noticed the yet unextinguished anger in her eyes full of fire under her beautiful white eyebrows.

    The Arrow of Gold

  • Sickly yellow lights went to and fro in the houses, and some of the passing cabs flaunted unextinguished lamps.

    The War of the Worlds

  • Just as he would; and the sense of expectation — of something wanted — bubbled unextinguished in little Jon.

    Awakening

  • His eyes were small and red, and so deep set in the sockets, that each appeared like the unextinguished snuff of a farthing candle, gleaming through the horn of a dark lanthorn.

    The Life and Adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves

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