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  • adj. Not rippled

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Examples

  • The Italian master provided to Shriek Show contained the entire scene unrippled, which is what they have opted to include in their new release -- providing a wholly unobstructed view of the proceedings.

    Archive 2007-01-07

  • This version's reliance on the SCHIZOID edition was most obvious during the scene of Julia's murder, which AIP had treated to a distorting ripple-like optical to obscure the nudity of Bolkan and Strindberg and details of the film's pivotal stabbing; the Federal DVD presented the scene in a combination of rippled and unrippled footage, evidently because the aptly-named SCHIZOID included individual shots not found in the Italian cut.

    Archive 2007-01-07

  • There was a moment of shimmering flashes on the bosom of the lake; then the blue surface stretched placid and unrippled again.

    Wings in the Night

  • Boats hung motionless at their moorings, their mast-images unrippled in the still water.

    Greenwitch

  • Conan looked where she did, but saw nothing save the lake's surface, unrippled by even a breath of wind or a leaping fish.

    Conan and The Gods of The Mountain

  • Tuesday tropical weather hit us and drove us into pajamas -- a cloudless sky, blazing sun, high humidity, while we ploughed our way across long, slow-rolling, unrippled swells that looked so much like a vast, gently heaving sea of petroleum that, had John D. Standardoil been with us he would have suffered a probably fatal attack of heart disease if prevented from stopping right there and planning a pipe line.

    The Red-Blooded Heroes of the Frontier

  • The tide was low, dead low, in the fullest meaning of the word; the sea-weed slowly circled and eddied round, floating neither up nor down; while the unrippled surface of the Back Bay reflected the city and bridges so perfectly that it was hard to tell where reality ended and seeming began.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 08, No. 48, October, 1861

  • The water spread out like unrippled glass, and the sky was painted with a thousand varying shadows of crimson and gold.

    The International Magazine, Volume 2, No. 3, February, 1851

  • Chanticleer's clarion notes seemed to work a charm; for as they wakened the morn, all became calm -- placid as an inland lake unrippled by the wind.

    The Mysteries of All Nations Rise and Progress of Superstition, Laws Against and Trials of Witches, Ancient and Modern Delusions Together With Strange Customs, Fables, and Tales

  • There was very little wind, and beneath the speckled clouds and the cold, pearly light of the late dawn, the broad, low billows went slowly and unrippled to the land.

    The Firelight Fairy Book

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