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- adjective Not
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I was startled, for no sooner had the two pieces of (pg. 349) stone been fitted together than it seemed there suddenly emerged, as now from a single stone, unriven, the image of a galley.
That stone must have stood unriven from the beginnings of time.
Might he pass through the world, unriven by sorrows such as those!
Its age is "frosty but kindly;" some two or three hundred summers have passed over its old head, which, as yet, is unscathed by heavens fire, and unriven by its bolt.
But the bonds of the heart-broken slave are unriven!