unrelinquished love

Definitions

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  • adj. Not relinquished.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ relinquished

Examples

  • Like individual adults, nations can often be plagued by unrelinquished childhood fantasies that impede their maturation.

    Stephen Ducat: Confronting and Ending the Politics of Humiliation: Part 1, From the Warsaw Ghetto to Guantanamo Bay

  • Rest, reflect, release the root blockage or unrelinquished pain or source, renew, then do what you really have been wanting to do with your life.

    The Rice Diet Solution

  • He seemed to have forgotten her, to be speaking instead to his own heart, as he said, very low, his voice touched with the tenderness of unrelinquished dreams: "To have had one hour -- just one perfect hour, and then the memory of that untarnished forever -- it would be enough."

    The Glory of the Conquered The Story of a Great Love

  • "That is not the reason," she said, raising her full eyes up at him over the unrelinquished hand.

    Sandra Belloni — Volume 6

  • I should expect to find him, by reason of an unrelinquished kinship, enjoying a special communion with nature,

    The Complete Project Gutenberg Writings of Charles Dudley Warner

  • I should expect to find him, by reason of an unrelinquished kinship, enjoying a special communion with nature, -- admitted to its mysteries, understanding its moods, and able to predict its vagaries.

    In the Wilderness

  • The trio were just outside; and when the blue and silver footman, hauling in by his unrelinquished throat that scared bailiff, and followed by the blushing village beauty, stood within the room, Sir John and his half-dozen friends greeted the _tableau_ with united acclamations.

    The Complete Prose Works of Martin Farquhar Tupper

  • Liberating the disputed islands has been a sure-fire populist rallying cry for generations of Argentinian politicians: the 1994 constitution declares their recovery to be "a permanent and unrelinquished goal of the Argentine people".

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • In the opening chapter, the Child is described as an unrelinquished symbol of hope; an integral role to maintaining a social order predicated on the sanctification of the family and securing reproductive futurism.

    Anarchist news dot org - Comments

  • And while, for many, the Holocaust that he planned and executed against the Jewish population of Europe is a thing of the past -- a dark chapter of our history that serves a reminder of man's inhuman potential -- for others, it is a subject of unrelinquished sorrow and tireless investigation.

    WN.com - Business News

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