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  • v. To remove from the condition of being a nun.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. To remove from condition of being a nun.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To release or depose from the condition of a nun; cause to cease to be a nun.


un- +‎ nun (Wiktionary)


  • [(L) 20.9 (unnun; but I) 22.9 (told him I) 22.9 (had seen enoug) 9.9 (h of F) 5.9 (r) 2.9 (ench breeding) 9.9 (,) -0.1 (it did not suit)] TJ

    The Unexpected Legacy

  • [(F) 5 (o) -1 (r my) 29 (part, I) 22 (should be like a fish out of water in a foreig) 9 (n country) 29 (: therefore I) 22 (say) 29 (,) -1 (L) 20 (unnun for ever!)]

    The Unexpected Legacy

  • [(and every) 29.3 (soul a\222thinside on\222t; an its had\222nt been for the L) 20.3 (unnun sarvants there, Hodg) 9.3 (e)] TJ

    Agnes De-Courci: a Domestic Tale

  • [(would ne\222r a broke his promise; \226\226Oh dear sir, that L) 20.3 (unnun is a pest\222lent place! and sitch)] TJ

    Agnes De-Courci: a Domestic Tale


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