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  • adj. Not pestered; unharassed.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

un- +‎ pestered


  • I thought I'd like to watch it from start to finish, unpestered by hoi polloi.

    Operation Luna

  • Well, I've a cabin in the Northrim, stocked and equipped for times when I want to be unpestered a while.

    A Knight of Ghosts and Shadows

  • To ensure that we give full time and attention to the cause and to our tasks for 1972, we shall need to tackle our work unpestered by enemy and similar distractions and provocations, be consolidated and ready to fight everything and everyone our enemies may choose to place in the way with the object of obstructing the progress of our people's struggle.

    January 8 Statement - 1972

  • In this strange spot, with the eternal hills behind me and the eternal sea in front, I worked and brooded for more than two years unpestered by my fellow men.

    The Captain of the Polestar and other Tales

  • But he described how retired tradesmen and farmers in Holland load a lazy scow with the family and the household effects, and then loaf along the waterways of the low countries all the summer long, paying no visits, receiving none, and just lazying a heavenly life out in their own private unpestered society, and doing their literary work, if they have any, wholly uninterrupted.

    Complete Letters of Mark Twain

  • I departed their company to let them work unpestered, and when I returned around 6 p.m., the atmosphere had changed completely.


  • You could, you know, cut off the city of NY and Long Island and let it float out in the ocean, letting the rural upstate NYers unpestered by the burden of wacky city folk.

    Bitch | Lab


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