Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not having a firmament; unbounded; boundless.

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  • Vain all its talents for ploughing, hammering, and whatever else; there is no Earth-room for this Nation with its talents: this Nation will have to keep hovering on the wing, dolefully shrieking to and fro; and perish piecemeal; burying itself, down to the last soul of it, in the waste unfirmamented seas.

    Past and Present

  • Vain all its talents for ploughing, hammering, and whatever else; there is no Earth-room for this Nation with its talents: this Nation will have to _keep_ hovering on the wing, dolefully shrieking to and fro; and perish piecemeal; burying itself, down to the last soul of it, in the waste unfirmamented seas.

    Past and Present Thomas Carlyle's Collected Works, Vol. XIII.

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