Definitions

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  • adjective not pursued (followed, hounded)
  • adjective not pursued (engaged in, sought)

Etymologies

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From un- +‎ pursued.

Examples

  • What I think though is that while people may be unbelievers they are not "unpursued" by the hound of heaven and most likely have encountered Him many times in their life.

    Reflections of a Jazz Theologian

  • What I think though is that while people may be unbelievers they are not "unpursued" by the hound of heaven and most likely have encountered Him many times in their life.

    Reflections of a Jazz Theologian

  • How the novelist's books explored his life's unpursued paths.

    Snapshots of 'Boz'

  • The spate of new books timed to the 10th anniversary of the attacks can't neatly secure these and so many other loose ends, but the best of them reanimate the tragedy of the day and its emotional impact on the survivors and doggedly track lines of investigation that the 9/11 Commission left muddled or unpursued.

    A Decade After

  • On Tuesday, a roster of world leaders and intellectuals sent President Dmitry Medvedev an open letter in which they suggested that if Khodorkovsky is convicted yet again and Magnitsky's case goes unpursued, the world's confidence in Russia's commitment to justice will suffer.

    Legal cases to determine Russia's future with the West

  • On Tuesday, a roster of world leaders and intellectuals sent President Dmitry Medvedev an open letter in which they suggested that if Khodorkovsky is convicted yet again and Magnitsky's case goes unpursued, the world's confidence in Russia's commitment to justice will suffer.

    Legal cases to determine Russia's future with the West

  • Some adventures were better left unpursued, she thought frantically.

    The Clayborne Brides

  • On Tuesday, a roster of world leaders and intellectuals sent President Dmitry Medvedev an open letter in which they suggested that if Khodorkovsky is convicted yet again and Magnitsky's case goes unpursued, the world's confidence in Russia's commitment to justice will suffer.

    Legal cases to determine Russia's future with the West

  • Some adventures were better left unpursued, she thought frantically.

    One Red Rose

  • On Tuesday, a roster of world leaders and intellectuals sent President Dmitry Medvedev an open letter in which they suggested that if Khodorkovsky is convicted yet again and Magnitsky's case goes unpursued, the world's confidence in Russia's commitment to justice will suffer.

    Legal cases to determine Russia's future with the West

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