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  • adj. Not penetrated.


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un- +‎ penetrated


  • The comment both fetishes a woman's virginity and reduces her value to the presence of a hymen, to the unpenetrated state of her vagina.

    More than just a hymen

  • There was nowhere left in the world unpenetrated by inquisitive legs.

    They didn’t read Pitchfork or Stereogum or Gorilla vs. Bear or Hipster Runoff

  • It's an exclusive look, with Dan Rather, inside a real-life James Bond location: a cold-war Siberian metropolis of 100,000 which for years was sealed off, not on any map, unpenetrated by U.S. intelligence -- and a place that manufactured plutonium deep inside a mountain to build nuclear bombs.

    Ticking And Screaming

  • Only the recesses of our hearts, minds and souls remain unpenetrated - so far.

    Reviewing Michel Chossudovsky's America's War on Terrorism

  • America have been generally searched out; the portion that remains to be known of Africa is generally unfavourable for Europeans, and probably unfit for colonization; but Australia, our great island continent, with a most favourable climate, still remains unpenetrated, mysterious, and unknown.

    Journals of expeditions of discovery into Central Australia, and overland from Adelaide to King George's Sound, in the years 1840-1

  • At that moment in Zenith, three hundred and forty or fifty thousand Ordinary People were asleep, a vast unpenetrated shadow.


  • He continued gazing out into the narrow, gloomy court, unpenetrated by the sun even in summer, and he felt sad and gloomy at heart.

    Virgin Soil

  • The mountains were yet unpenetrated, no inlet was opened to foreign novelties, and the feudal institution operated upon life with their full force.

    A Journey to the Western Isles of Scotland

  • The highland peoples of PNG were the last large group of humans to have contact with the outside world (1932, when some Australian gold prospectors wandered into the hitherto unpenetrated mountains).

    Impossible Places

  • They clearly talk about some of these things, but quite honestly I-- the best evidence I had was they're not that significant, but I really don't know and that is one of the things that went unpenetrated in this -- the communication between the two Bushes, the former president and the current president.

    CNN Transcript Nov 18, 2002


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