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  • adj. Not philosophized.


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un- +‎ philosophized


  • In the unphilosophized parts of modern Europe, these scenes are witnessed by the populace, not merely with respect, but with profound interest; and if they tend to perpetuate superstition, must be acknowledged likewise to keep alive religious sentiment.

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 19, No. 539, March 24, 1832

  • It was Anthony Trollope who was most like her in simple honesty and instinctive truth, as unphilosophized as the light of common day; but he was so warped from a wholesome ideal as to wish at times to be like

    Literature and Life (Complete)

  • He always spoke of it as unphilosophized and incomplete, without any just claim to being.

    A Fearful Responsibility and Other Stories

  • Her men of letters seem to be of that race of grubs singularly abundant in Italy, -- men who dig out of archives and libraries some topic of special and momentary interest and print it, unstudied and unphilosophized.

    Italian Journeys

  • It would be pleasant to have studious monks exploring quaint corners of my unphilosophized annals, and gentle, snuff-taking abbés writing up episodes in the history of my noble families, and dedicating them to the present heirs of past renown; while the thinker and the reviewer should never penetrate my archives.

    Italian Journeys


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