Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Without reciprocation.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adverb In an unrequited manner

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Examples

  • By then, he was a pillar of the scientific establishment, a tall, striking figure with, as he put it, “two unrequitedly bushy eyebrows” and nostrils with “horse-hair bursts of an old Edwardian sofa.”

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  • Her bodyguard Guin, who has protected and loved her unrequitedly for fifty years, detests his beloved having to marry a man not of her choosing.

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  • But I spot a small logical error … AQA appears to be answering why fools fall unrequitedly in love, not in love at all.

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  • But I spot a small logical error … AQA appears to be answering why fools fall unrequitedly in love, not in love at all.

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  • By the time they reach senior year, Joy is starting to feel a nagging discomfort in their relationship: she still loves him as unrequitedly as always, but she cannot deny the way the relationship isolates her.

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  • By the time they reach senior year, Joy is starting to feel a nagging discomfort in their relationship: she still loves him as unrequitedly as always, but she cannot deny the way the relationship isolates her.

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  • By the time they reach senior year, Joy is starting to feel a nagging discomfort in their relationship: she still loves him as unrequitedly as always, but she cannot deny the way the relationship isolates her.

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  • There was no reproach in his shuddering sobs; only sorrow, only the desolation and eternal heart-ache of that which loves mightily, unrequitedly, and realizes that all it desires can never, never be.

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  • In this mood she sought out Arbaces, presenting herself as one loving unrequitedly, and seeking in sorrow the aid of wisdom.

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  • I have toiled for you most unrequitedly -- I have not had my reward.

    Varney the vampire; or, The feast of blood. Volume 2

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