Definitions

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  • adjective Not ransomed.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ ransomed

Examples

  • Yves had pursued his quest alone since the fall of Faringdon had cast his friend into limbo, unransomed, unlisted, God knew where.

    A River So Long

  • His voice baulked there, trying not to sound as if he wished her father dead, one obstacle out of the way from between them, and himself still a prisoner, unransomed.

    A Caregiver's Homage To The Very Old

  • This is not a privilege which she can forgo, lest she be taken into captivity and remain unransomed.

    Legal-Religious Status of the Married Woman.

  • Most of those taken go unransomed, are beaten, bloodied, broken and are sold and resold from Algiers to Egypt, Ethiopia, Arabia, and Turkey.lxxxix

    Islam's War to Save the World

  • Most of those taken go unransomed, are beaten, bloodied, broken and are sold and resold from Algiers to Egypt, Ethiopia, Arabia, and Turkey.lxxxix

    Archive 2001-01-01

  • Yves had pursued his quest alone since the fall of Faringdon had cast his friend into limbo, unransomed, unlisted, God knew where.

    Brother Cadfael's Penance

  • Soon after dark, however, some of the enemy [5] were discovered creeping up the banks of a nulla at the back of the camp, where the unransomed men were detained under

    Forty-one years in India From Subaltern To Commander-In-Chief

  • It was he who, as Thaukt, the Hag, had given Hela the power to keep Baldur unransomed.

    The Children of Odin The Book of Northern Myths

  • A stream of returning knights, of wounded soldiers, and of unransomed French noblemen, had been for a quarter of a century continually pouring into England, every one of whom exerted an influence in the direction of greater domestic refinement, while shiploads of French furniture from Calais,

    The White Company

  • A stream of returning knights, of wounded soldiers, and of unransomed French noblemen, had been for a quarter of a century continually pouring into England, every one of whom exerted an influence in the direction of greater domestic refinement, while shiploads of French furniture from Calais,

    The White Company

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