Definitions

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  • adj. Not imparted.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ imparted

Examples

  • The Buddha's aversion to speculation did not prevent him from insisting on the importance of a correct knowledge of our mental constitution, the chain of causation and other abstruse matters; nor does it really take the form of neglecting metaphysics: rather of defining them in a manner so authoritative as to imply a reserve of unimparted knowledge.

    Hinduism and Buddhism, An Historical Sketch, Vol. 1

  • "Dearest, you needn't tell me unless you want," Verena went on, thinking of her own unimparted knowledge.

    The Bostonians, Vol. II (of II)

  • It would have been a strange yet mighty study, the face of man in that old town; but men were all too much excited to observe their fellows, to them it was enough -- unspoken, unimparted wisdom as it was -- to know, to feel, one common feeling bound that varied mass of men, one mighty interest made them brothers.

    The Days of Bruce Vol 1 A Story from Scottish History

  • “Dearest wife and daughter,” returned the Emperor, “I have hitherto spared you the burden of a painful secret, which I have locked in my own bosom, at whatever expense of solitary sorrow and unimparted anxiety.

    Count Robert of Paris

  • If the Salem-born Hawthorne ever visited that church in remembrance of the fact that his people came from the same parish; if he saw the mortal relic which held me in such fascination that I could scarcely leave the place even when the glass box had been locked back to its cupboard, and if the spirits of the dead sometimes haunt their dust, there must have been a reciprocal intelligence between the dead and the living that left no emotion of the supreme hour unimparted.

    London Films

  • He did not abstain from conversing with me: he even called me as usual each morning to join him at his desk; and I fear the corrupt man within him had a pleasure unimparted to, and unshared by, the pure Christian, in evincing with what skill he could, while acting and speaking apparently just as usual, extract from every deed and every phrase the spirit of interest and approval which had formerly communicated a certain austere charm to his language and manner.

    Jane Eyre: an autobiography, Vol. II.

  • "Dearest wife and daughter," returned the Emperor, "I have hitherto spared you the burden of a painful secret, which I have locked in my own bosom, at whatever expense of solitary sorrow and unimparted anxiety.

    Waverley Novels — Volume 12

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