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- adjective Not
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The granite for his monument lies unquarried nor is its erection needed.
And on the other hand, too few of those who are engaged in this endless war for human betterment have found the time to give to the world those truths not always hidden but practically unquarried, which may be secured only after years of active service.
Both of them had strength below the surface; they were like quiet peasants owning enormous and unquarried mines.
If he is not innocent as the day, he's as hard as unquarried marble.
He touched the heights of the Misty City and the sea-fog that had walled it in through the night as with walls of unquarried marble -- albeit the eaves had dripped in the darkness as after a summer shower -- and anon the opaque vapors dissolved and fled away.
a fractional portion of the series of hillocks containing veins of silver, and as yet unquarried.
If he is not innocent as the day, he’s as hard as unquarried marble.