from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not in bodily shape; not having become an actual fact: as, his schemes were unmaterialized.
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"Dreamers," Czech film about six young people who go to Prague from their small towns and wonder about unmaterialized dreams and how life has trapped them, in Czech with English subtitles. 8 p.m.
Peter the Great; yet he was still actual, but unmaterialized, and extremely anxious to reassure every one through Jannie of the supernal happiness of the beyond.
You really never invested a penny of my uncle's bequest, but only its unmaterialized future; what we have lost was only the incremented harvest from that future by your incomparable financial judgment and sagacity.
In 1878, fourteen years after my unmaterialized duel, Messieurs Fortu and Gambetta fought a duel which made heroes of both of them in France, but made them rather ridiculous throughout the rest of the world.
The end of the mini suggests a launching point for an ongoing series, as yet unmaterialized, although I imagine it would be an entertaining blend of action and intrigue.