Definitions

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  • adj. Not mended.

Etymologies

un- +‎ mended (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • The roof of his farm house has also been damaged and left unmended.

    Bob Fitrakis and Harvey Wasserman: How An Unwanted Guardianship Cost A Firefighter His Freedom and His Fortune

  • The shop became dirty, broken panes of glass remained unmended, and the stock disappeared piecemeal.

    Sketches by Boz

  • You're never here for dinner, the kids get themselves to school, the porch is unmended.

    Icky Thud

  • Sharp bristles are anything but an improvement to my cast of features, and there was an unmended tear at the knee of my knickerbockers that showed conspicuously as I squatted in my litter; my right stocking, too persisted in getting about my ankle.

    First Men in the Moon

  • Roads are potholed, infrastructure goes unmended, there are frequent water cuts and burst sewage pipes are a perennial problem.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The windows broken in the last storm, nearly eight months ago, they tell me, are still unmended, and the roof, too, unrepaired.

    The Evil Guest

  • A broken lock, if discovered, would not go unmended in the house of Servio, in this neighborhood of thieves and cutthroats.

    The Bloody Crown of Conan

  • My heart is sad and encumbered with the burden of an unmended relationship.

    Heavenly Mail Words Of Love From God

  • After the traumas and shortages of the war years the glen is a haven of peace, and a steady supply of milk, eggs, fish, mutton and venison goes a long way to make up for threadbare carpets and unmended pipes and the eccentricities of the plumbing.

    Rose cottage

  • Even then, the stroke had gone wide of its intended target, its thin, serrated blade sliding miraculously into a tiny unmended patch in the mail shirt.

    Conan The Hunter

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