Definitions

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  • adj. Not plundered.

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Examples

  • No garage sale was left unplundered as they grifted their way across the country each summer, while we kids stayed down in the Pine Barrens with Grandad.

    White Cat

  • The stuffily titled Rape of Europa is a fascinating look into the myriad ways the Nazis stole and plundered priceless works of art throughout World War II, and the great lengths those who owned unplundered pieces went through to preserve their holdings.

    Weekly Mishmash: September 28-October 4 : Scrubbles.net

  • India shall bleed for all the fat years she has lain unplundered!

    In The Time Of Light

  • When the plunder begins, those plundered feel no loyalty to the nation—and the beneficiaries demand ever more, until few are left unplundered.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Fined for Inadequate Insurance

  • Our descendants have a right to be left an unplundered planet; they do not have a right to new miracle cures.

    The Ethics of Clinical Research

  • A party that makes it hard for today's parents to pass family wealth on, unplundered by the State, to their children will care little for NuLab State debt those descendents will end up paying heavily for.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Although an unplundered ancient treasury is the stuff of Indiana Jones, Mazarakis-Ainian says that "the importance of the discoveries is not so much the valuable objects ... it is the conditions of the finds, the fact that they were found untouched."

    Inner Sanctum Discovery

  • Archaeologists excavating a seventh-to-fifth-century B.C. temple on the remote Cycladic island of Kythnos have made a once-in-a-lifetime discovery: the temple's unplundered adyton, or innermost shrine.

    Inner Sanctum Discovery

  • The Governor contents himself with a moderate bribe, the Kazi is insatiable: the former may possibly allow you to escape unplundered, the latter assuredly will not.

    First footsteps in East Africa

  • However it was, he did not come that night, nor next day; and when, months after, I asked Nuri of him, he replied that his dried body had lately been found, lying beside his unplundered camel far out in the wilderness.

    Seven Pillars of Wisdom

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