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- adjective Not having been
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So the noise from the terrace sounded clearly; a heavy clatter, like ironwork being unloaded; and Macedonian voices, unhushed as they always are, but very sorrowful.
But this of course could not go on for long, and you should have heard it when it unhushed its breathing.
With the hand-clasp strong, and the unhushed song,
On our friend's part I mean, after his admission and while still in the hall, the sense of the general shining immediacy, of the still unhushed clamour of the shock, was perhaps stronger than he had ever known it.
Yet unhushed are the singers 'voices, nor yet the harp-strings cease