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- adj. Not mourned or grieved for
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not mourned; not grieved for or lamented.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not grieved for; causing no mourning
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Their deep, infinite childhood oneness with mother, tragically lost and unmourned, is suddenly back, rarified and purified.
The tournament was laid to rest, unmourned by an apathetic public, in 1984 when Northern Ireland won the title on goal difference.
My shirt had been discarded somewhere near the door, and my panties were an unmourned casualty.
Some of their carcasses washed ashore and broke our hearts, but the vast majority sank uncounted and unmourned.
There they lie to this day, unsung and unmourned because their death serves no useful political purpose.
The service, which will die quietly, though far from unmourned, on January 20, is now run from Bush House in the Strand by four Albanian exiles and one Englishman.
Mr. Mordden observes that Schultz's end was "a New Deal death, of absolute evil absolutely unmourned in an age rich in transition: from grand hotels to nightclubs, from ghetto aliens to assimilated commentators on American life; and, coming up next, from a racially segregated show business to a racially integrated show business."
But feel free Guys to continue your rush to oblivion – you will depart “unmourned.”
But in this BlackBerry world, the coin-operated phone appears to be unmourned as it fades.
That is, there are minor characters and officers who seem to die all the time, unmourned.