Definitions

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  • adj. That has not been gauged.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ gauged

Examples

  • But, even by her, time and tide, incalculably rolling, swaying and moulding the lives of nations, was ungauged.

    Over the River

  • Yet there are many ungauged forces on the side of the greater settlement.

    New York Times Current History: The European War, Vol 2, No. 1, April, 1915 April-September, 1915

  • Unseen activity hints of imminent, ungauged power.

    The Spring of Joy: A Little Book of Healing

  • One has certainly not said all that there is to say for Titian when one has called him an observer. < i > Il y mettait du sien , and I use the term to designate roughly the artist whose apprehension, infinitely deep and strong when applied to the single figure or to easily balanced groups, spends itself vainly on great dramatic combinations -- or rather leaves them ungauged.

    Italian Hours

  • Dorothea by this time had looked deep into the ungauged reservoir of Mr. Casaubon's mind, seeing reflected there in vague labyrinthine extension every quality she herself brought; had opened much of her own experience to him, and had understood from him the scope of his great work, also of attractively labyrinthine extent.

    Middlemarch

  • Reaching to some great world in ungauged darkness hid;

    The Unknown Eros

  • Dorothea by this time had looked deep into the ungauged reservoir of

    Middlemarch

  • So the ungauged reservoir turns out to be an inclosed basin, but Dorothea was prevented by her social lot, and perverse goodness, and puritanical

    The Essays of "George Eliot" Complete

  • Wagener received the award for pioneering research on rainfall-runoff modeling in gauged and ungauged catchments.

    Penn State Live

  • “Dorothea looked deep into the ungauged reservoir of Mr. Casaubon’s mind, seeing reflected there every quality she herself brought.”

    The Essays of "George Eliot" Complete

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