Definitions

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  • adj. not pictured

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Examples

  • Archie, my older cat, unpictured, looks on in disgust at this blatant pandering to human tastes.

    Toast:

  • Also present was Eve Batey (unpictured), who used to be the editor of SFist (click here) but who is now working for the San Francisco Chronicle's website, where Beth has just been hired for a weekly essay on their Culture Blog (click here for a sample).

    Queen Beth in North Beach

  • [This is a special article about a special place; a place so visual in its impact that only photos can possibly tell the story - and even then, there is so much left unsaid; (or unpictured)]

    A world class museum opens in Oaxaca

  • Intellectual-Principle act unpictured: Intellection is unattended by imagination.

    The Six Enneads.

  • With quick intuition, she immediately recognized a background for many a tale of courts and kings hitherto unpictured to herself, and smiled with pleasure at the Princess who advanced, most royally clad in long, pink, lace-clouded draperies, to meet them.

    McClure's Magazine, Vol. XXXI, No. 3, July 1908.

  • Some love might come across his life, and purify him, and shield him from those sins that seemed to be already stirring in spirit and in flesh -- those curious unpictured sins whose very mystery lent them their subtlety and their charm.

    The Picture of Dorian Gray

  • A wildness of landscape, unpictured before, opens to the view.

    Mexico Its Ancient and Modern Civilisation, History, Political Conditions, Topography, Natural Resources, Industries and General Development

  • With quick intuition, she immediately recognized a background for many a tale of courts and kings hitherto unpictured to herself, and smiled with pleasure at the Princess who advanced, most royally clad in long shell pink, lace-clouded draperies, to meet them.

    While Caroline Was Growing

  • Here he was in a trench coat and the cap of a lieutenant, grim of face, the jaw set, holding a revolver upon someone unpictured; there in a wide-collared sport shirt lolling negligently upon a bench after a hard game of polo or something.

    Merton of the Movies

  • In 1867 we had erected the western wing of our edifice; but its walls were not only unpictured, and its floors uncarpeted, but they were unplastered and rough; all around us presented an uninviting aspect.

    History of the African Methodist Episcopal Church

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