Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Not interfered with, disturbed, or harmed.

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  • adj. Not molested

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not molested; not disturbed; free from disturbance.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. not interfered with, disturbed, or harmed

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Examples

  • But another defensive breakdown allowed Craig Conroy to skate in unmolested from the blue line and lift a shot into the upper right corner for a 3-0 lead with 7: 13 remaining in the period.

    USATODAY.com - Flames whip Sharks 3-0, lead series 3-2

  • Now your Saturday-afternoon Siegfried can grill those burgers until they're tougher than Nothung itself, and remain unmolested by the Fafner and Fasolt of spills and splatters — so that once your meal is plunged into a river of inedibility, he'll still be clean enough to take you out.

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  • Then, Carpenter threw a 27-yard scoring strike to Michael Jones, and Torain added his third TD, running in unmolested from the right side.

    USATODAY.com - College Football - San Jose St. vs. Arizona St.

  • On the other hand, I have a hard time believing killing what will become a living, breathing human child if left unmolested is the answer.

    Think Progress » Government misleading pregnant teens.

  • I have a hard time believing killing what will become a living, breathing human child if left unmolested is the answer.

    Think Progress » Government misleading pregnant teens.

  • They passed through the forest of Glenfinlass; and morning and evening still found them threading its unsuspected solitudes in unmolested security; night, too, watched their onward march.

    The Scottish Chiefs

  • To that simple Highland shooting lodge, which Eleanor would rather have called "home," than the proudest palace that ever was built: which could not be her home: which she might live to see some other happier creature than herself - some one free to make a choice, and beg Heaven's blessing on it - call home; and dwell in unmolested!

    Stuart of Dunleath: A Story of Modern Times

  • "I can see better here, thank you, Nancy," replied I, taking my work to the window, where she had the good - [Page 113] ness to suffer me to remain unmolested, while she got a brush to remove the cat's hairs from Mr Weston's coat, carefully wiped the rain from his hat, and gave the cat its supper, busily talking all the time; now thanking her clerical friend for what he had done; now wondering how the cat had found out the warren; and now lamenting the probable consequences of such a discovery.

    Agnes Grey

  • Today, the Daily News shows us his life of luxury in Switzerland (his chalet was called "Milky Way"), and, since we're on the little brother thing, a Times account explains that Polanski traveled the world "unmolested" for the past 31 years.

    Crime Waves: Post Plays Kid Brother, Polanski Lives in Luxury

  • Still more evidence that the government is giving Goldman a leg up: New secrecy rule lets Goldman control stock prices 'unmolested' by public scrutiny

    To what extent do Goldman Sachs and other big banks control Congress, the White House and the stock market?

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