Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not implored; not solicited.

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  • It seems to me that the only merit that could live before God, is the merit of Jesus -- who of himself, at once, untaught, unimplored, laid himself aside, and turned to the Father, refusing his life save in the

    Hope of the Gospel

  • “his celestial patroness” “Deigned nightly visitation unimplored,” his daughters were frequently called at night to take down the verses, not one of which the whole world could have replaced.

    Life of John Milton

  • "his celestial patroness" "Deigned nightly visitation unimplored," his daughters were frequently called at night to take down the verses, not one of which the whole world could have replaced.

    Life of John Milton

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