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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
- adjective Not
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- adjective not having a heading or caption
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Our cries for Barretts head on a platter have gone unheaded … but the evidence of his suckitude mounts …
Grimes, after drinking his fill, had overturned the unheaded puncheon, and the greedy sand had absorbed every drop of liquor.
Since then, successive deadlines for full implementation of the agreement have passed unheaded, and UNITA has ignored U.N. sanctions imposed because of the former rebels 'reluctance to relinquish control of rural strongholds.
Should he be compelled to win one of the tricks, or should his original lead remain unheaded by any of the other players, then he fails in his declaration, and has to pay, but if he avoids making a trick, the other players have to pay him.
During the conflict with the savages, there were two barrels of powder unheaded, and a loaded pistol prepared and given to a person who stood ready, should they get into the cabin, and secure to themselves the ship, to fire into it, and blow the whole up, preferring to die in that manner rather than fall into the hands of such merciless wretches.
The barrels of beer were unheaded, the demi-johns from Bordeaux were uncorked, and from the opened bottles the sugary odor of Tahiti rum permeated the hot air.
Most growers, however, will have more or less unheaded plants at the end of nearly every season which can be used for this purpose.
On the approach of winter the plants which are still unheaded are ridged up with earth for protection in the same manner as celery.
Wherefore they unheaded it, and found the Lady therein, in such case as though her hour were waning, for air failed her.
The name of Carter's home, "Corotoman," the county, and colony have been added for clarity to this unheaded draft.