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  • adj. Not mollified.


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un- +‎ mollified


  • So the liberals have remained unmollified and the protest and outcry has continued, with the strongest objections to the prayer for Jewish conversion coming from liberal theologians in the United States and Germany.

    Confessing the Messiah: The Church's Confession of Christ in Jewish-Christian Dialogue - Introduction Pt. II

  • A month later, an unmollified DeMille wrote to Goldfish that the Lubin print of Rose of the Rancho is best he has done for us but far from right.

    Empire of Dreams

  • As a commenter suggested, if the ungrateful public turns out to be unmollified by that, the Bush-Obama Administration would no doubt be willing to consider making the invisible fence twice as tall.

    An Outer Space Border Fence?

  • I reminded Jerry that he had told me eight months before that the WGA was “walking away” from the organizing drive; he was unmollified ...

    Old Battles Refought During New Battles

  • Priam's assertion that, after seeing Martin's family, he would himself ferry the bag to the hotel, left Tallahassee's owner unmollified.


  • It was, in its way, a magnificent homily and exhortation to virtue; yet the officers remained unmollified.

    Angel in the Whirlwind

  •     "And now we don't have any," Willin said, unmollified.

    Searching for dragons

  • But I had to know. "pod day," Howard repeated, unmollified.

    A different flesh

  • With annoyance unmollified she said, 'Did you remember to water my house plants?'

    Twice shy

  • 'I don't like the way he stares at me,' Etty said, unmollified.



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