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  • adj. Not divided into paragraphs.


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un- +‎ paragraphed


  • What makes this exceptional is that Saramago was a formally demanding writer in love with unparagraphed prose.

    Book Review Roundup

  • Contrary to legend, the scroll was not a roll of teletype paper but a series of large sheets of tracing paper that Kerouac cut to fit and taped together, and it is not unpunctuated - merely unparagraphed, which makes a certain physical demand on the reader, who is deprived of the usual rest stops.

    Sante on On the Road

  • I get single spaced justified and unparagraphed submission at my agency.

    On Manuscript Preparation Part 2

  • Faced with pages of run-on sentences and unparagraphed dialogue without quotation marks, I soon quit, snarling about literary affectations.

    Worthy of Trust

  • There were no variations of rhythm, no lyrical ups and downs: the grey lines streaking the panes were as dense and uniform as a page of unparagraphed narrative.

    The Reef; a novel

  • Smith-Stratford, lived an uncriticised, unparagraphed, unphotographed existence upon the profits of "rashers" at three-ha'pence and

    Sketches in Lavender, Blue and Green

  • The great army of the nameless reformers uncheered, unparagraphed, unhonoured.

    All Roads Lead to Calvary


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