unparticipated love

Definitions

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  • adj. Not participated in; done alone.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ participated

Examples

  • Applied to the first ontological principle, or to the Christian God, the result is to let all the multiple, complex creatures participate in their ultimate Source while the divine Creator remains simple, unparticipated and unchanged.

    Cusanus, Nicolaus [Nicolas of Cusa]

  • Cares unparticipated, griefs uncommunicated, stifled resentments, and unremitting weariness!

    Camilla

  • All my feelings, even of exultation and triumph, were changed to bitterness, if unparticipated; Perdita, even in joy, fled to loneliness, and could go on from day to day, neither expressing her emotions, nor seeking a fellow-feeling in another mind.

    Introduction, I.1

  • She was for a while the sole object of his reveries; and Perdita became aware that his thoughts and time were bestowed on a subject unparticipated by her.

    The Last Man

  • All that he now enjoyed would have been devoid of pleasure to him, had it been unparticipated.

    The Last Man

  • Oh, thou foundling fire, thou hermit immemorial, thou too hast thy incommunicable riddle, thy unparticipated grief.

    Moby Dick; or the Whale

  • Its participants, then, link with it as with something unparticipated, something never appropriated: thus only can it remain intact within itself and within the multiples in which it is manifested.

    The Six Enneads.

  • Yet the little is Elemental [52] Cause of all, for nowhere will you find the idea of the little unparticipated.

    Dionysius the Areopagite, Works (1897)

  • On the outside of the cabaret, and just under my window, was a bench, which for a certain number of sous, one might appropriate to the entire and unparticipated use of one's self and party.

    Pelham — Volume 02

  • Your pleasures and your pains of a religious kind, which are the most intense, will be equally unparticipated.

    Female Scripture Biographies, Volume II

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