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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of unprison.
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I would rather a Samson of some unprisoned force, released by chance, should so wreck and strain the mighty world that man in stress and strain of want and fear should shudderingly crawl back to savage and barbaric night.
Former Governor now HHS Secretary Sebelius turned this down flat not because of the prisoners themselves but because of their unprisoned allies and visitors, and inherent dangers of having them about.
Thus walk; and when the hour comes, and you pass forth unprisoned from the tabernacle of the flesh, although it still has its relations and its rights '-- and saying this, as he held the solitary candle aloft in the doorway, he nodded towards the coffin, whose large black form was faintly traceable against the shadows beyond --' you will rejoice; and being clothed upon with your house from on high, you will not be found naked.