Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not plagued; not harassed; not tormented; not afflicted.

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  • adjective Not plagued.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ plagued

Examples

  • In its beginning stages, such a relationship is basically a spiritualized child-parent “interaction” — in which God is little more than Santa Claus in holy drag — but in its mature stages, such a relationship is profoundly intimate, unplagued by parent/child transference issues, fundamentalism, egoic agendas, and other souvenirs of unresolved wounds.

    Robert Masters - God as the Ultimate You

  • We Apple users have been pretty much unplagued by viruses, malware, spyware and all of that sort of rubbish.

    Switchers

  • We Apple users have been pretty much unplagued by viruses, malware, spyware and all of that sort of rubbish.

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • Mrs. Carnaby loved a good dinner right well, a dinner unplagued by hospitable cares; when a woodcock was her own to dwell on, and pretty little teeth might pick a pretty little bone at ease.

    Mary Anerley

  • Material for reflection he has in abundance -- and he often remains relatively dogmatic and unplagued by doubt.

    A Handbook of Ethical Theory

  • But with a moderate degree of the favour which I have always had, my time my own, and my mind unplagued about other things, I may boldly promise myself soon to get the better of this blow.

    Selected English Letters

  • I sometimes wish we were all like him, unplagued by imagination, innocent of

    Roads from Rome

  • Old Capulet bid them welcome, and told them that ladies who had their toes unplagued with corns would dance with them.

    Romeo and Juliet

  • Mrs. Carnaby loved a good dinner right well, a dinner unplagued by hospitable cares; when a woodcock was her own to dwell on, and pretty little teeth might pick a pretty little bone at ease.

    Mary Anerley : a Yorkshire Tale

  • The other islands were, with few exceptions, arid rocks; and most of them had the inestimable advantage of being unplagued with a Turkish population.

    Memorials and Other Papers — Complete

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