from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not reprieved; not respited.
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In the hard, stern, persecuting reign of her whose mother had been set aside for the sake of the "Gospel light" that shone in Boleyn's eyes, – women were burnt for faith's sake; and that gentle and learned "child-wife," Lady Jane Grey, suffered unreprieved, for the ambition of others.
_53 unrelieved Trelawny manuscript, 1839, 2nd. edition; unreprieved
_53 unrelieved Trelawny manuscript, 1839, 2nd. edition; unreprieved 1834, 1839, 1st edition.