from The Century Dictionary.
- Not reclaimed.
- Not reformed; not called back from vice to virtue: as, a sinner unreclaimed.
- Not brought into a state of cultivation, as desert or wild land.
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- adjective Not
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But they must not imagine that all people are constituted after their model and likely to come round to their views or remain "unreclaimed" adversaries on whom no sympathy is to be wasted.
The unreclaimed United Nuclear waste pile stirred up bad feeling every day.
The marsh canals are unreclaimed through fear of the effect on groundwater, and stone quarries which provide work but have degraded much of the south side of the Park still operate.
Do you imagine that to a lady like me, as free as the unreclaimed falcon, you can offer the insult of captivity, without my being sensible to the disgrace, or incensed against the authors of it?
Of that total, it is estimated that 150 million computers will be recycled that year and 55 million computers will end up in landfills along with unreclaimed portions of the 150 million recycled computers.
People sometimes call these dark yards ‘gardens’; it is not supposed that they were ever planted, but rather that they are pieces of unreclaimed land, with the withered vegetation of the original brick – field.
But here, the topsoil pile for yet another, unreclaimed, gas well gave me a few meters of height.
Heathcliff is: an unreclaimed creature, without refinement, without cultivation: an arid wilderness of furze and whinstone.
In between, it runs through woodlands, through unreclaimed marsh, wild in culverts and well-behaved beside suburban backyards.
Well for him if it proved that Ninian could speak for him, and show clearly that his own bitter debt had gone unreclaimed.