uninterrogated love

Definitions

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  • adjective Not interrogated
  • adjective unquestioned

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Much of the negative critique relies on a tacit and uninterrogated assumption: Sports franchise stars like LeBron James - and by extension, sports arenas - revitalize not only central business districts but entire residential, commercial, and industrial zones.

    Andrew Wilkes: Lebron James and the Taste of Humble Pie

  • For me, I leave that bit of the poem uninterrogated for the moment, perhaps upon the next read it will make for sense.

    LH reads Anne Carson

  • I was just raising an element I think in general most of us would rather leave uninterrogated: this idea that every voice silences another voice.

    Author Junot Diaz

  • But these all remain uninterrogated as to their Being and its structure, in accordance with the thoroughgoing way in which the question of Being have been neglected.

    enowning

  • But these all remain uninterrogated as to their Being and its structure, in accordance with the thoroughgoing way in which the question of Being have been neglected.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • Your daughter and Mr. Newport were delivered to his apartment, unscathed, uninterrogated, and in one piece.

    Scent of Danger

  • He was sufficiently acquainted with the librarian of the Institution to go in and out uninterrogated, and to make any use he pleased of the reading-room.

    Birds of Prey

  • Michael Atkinson in the Voice: "The book may've magnetized readers with explications of Christian lore that draws too much uninterrogated devotion as it is, but the movie ends up feeling like a long-winded History Channel special with movie stars and car chases."

    GreenCine Daily

  • No contemporary film, even one that appears to be universally acclaimed such as Million Dollar Baby, has been left uninterrogated.

    GreenCine Daily

  • Michael Atkinson in the Voice: "The book may've magnetized readers with explications of Christian lore that draws too much uninterrogated devotion as it is, but the movie ends up feeling like a long-winded History Channel special with movie stars and car chases."

    GreenCine Daily

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