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  • adj. Not localized.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ localized

Examples

  • It hurts me physically, an unlocalized stabbing sensation.

    Hollywood Savage

  • If there is a process that postdetermines what happens at the point at which the wave is emitted, there is also a process, perhaps a very unlocalized process, that predetermines this.

    My Shasta Daisy

  • As he approached his entrance, they did not seem to grow louder from there — the water unlocalized sounds — rather, they grew louder from everywhere.

    Time Was

  • When we are feeling tense, either about a specific situation, like being caught in traffic, or in an unlocalized manner, such as when in a bad mood, we tend to externalize our tension.

    The Gelug-Kagyu Tradition of Mahamudra ��� 1 The Buddhist Framework

  • Trouble in this article, as in many other books and essays of this sort, starts when the author seeks to equate a strictly unlocalized and untitled picture (or description, as the case may be) with a single and specific London theater of the period 1576-1642, the Globe, forgetting that there are at least a dozen others to which it might just as easily refer.

    The Globe Theater

  • With this introduction an unlocalized saga of unknown heroes of ancient times became one of events of world-wide importance; the fall of a mighty race was depicted as the result of Siegfried's death.

    The Nibelungenlied

  • Scenes could no longer be unlocalized; costume and dialect had to be reported with accuracy; characters and plots must consequently be fitted, more or less, to the actual circumstances among which they moved.

    Chapter 6. Howells and Realism. Section 1. New Frontiers and Old Settlements

  • They are loose and unlocalized, having no special organ, or one which is internal and hidden within the body.

    The Sense of Beauty Being the Outlines of Aesthetic Theory

  • Joan returned to consciousness with a sense of vague and unlocalized pain which she thought was that old, familiar pang of grief.

    The Border Legion

  • Yet up to now his pain, though so tremendous, was unlocalized; it came from a fusion of all his thoughts, and perhaps each separate thought, when it became clear, would bring more pain than all the thoughts together.

    The Devil's Garden

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