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  • adj. Not garnered.


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un- +‎ garnered


  • If indeed ungarnered support is given to sf programing simply on the basis of it being sf I believe that we would find ourselves inundated in shows of even worse quality which would seem like success due to our again unwavering support.

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  • It is a stone ideally designed by nature for sitting on in the sun, or for peering over the edge into the ungarnered sea at the hundreds of tiny fish that dart amid the weed.

    Captain Corelli's Mandolin

  • It fortunately was not in the power of the Boer Government to carry off this as yet ungarnered treasure, or it would certainly have shared the fate of the cart-loads of gold in bar and coin with which President Kruger decamped from

    With the Guards' Brigade from Bloemfontein to Koomati Poort and Back

  • He hated to think of his marriage, because he recognized in it the fatal "little spot" in the yet ungarnered fruit of his life.

    The Invader A Novel

  • The productions of her pen and pencil seem to justify this assertion, so far as the precocity of such a mere child may warrant the ungarnered fruits of future years.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 06, No. 38, December, 1860

  • The lissom birch thrives ungarnered in the thicket, where grace and gentleness supply the whilom vigor of its sway.

    Explanation of Catholic Morals A Concise, Reasoned, and Popular Exposition of Catholic Morals

  • White poison flower we loved and the black spike of an ungarnered bush –


  • Like most of his neighbours, he had drawn his weather predictions from the habits of the wild creatures, and had decided that it would be an open winter because the squirrels had left the larger part of the nuts ungarnered.

    The Miller of Old Church

  • Oberammergau fold were very like thousands of immigrant men and women of Chicago, both in their experiences and in their familiarity with the hard facts of life, and throughout that day as my mind dwelt on my far-away neighbors, I was reproached with the sense of an ungarnered harvest.

    Twenty Years at Hull-House, With Autobiographical Notes

  • The dead cattle, the ungarnered crops, the untilled lands - every spring of wealth had dried up at the same moment.

    Sir Nigel


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