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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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Photos from the unsainted Andrews Air Force Base show Barack Obama smiling at John Boehner with what has to be one of the largest of all Cheshire-cat grins.
Because the dragons are roaring with laughter at St. George being struck from the list, does this mean that England will reject his patronage as well as those societies, churches, channels and schools that bear his now unsainted name?
My soul came into my mouth; and without a moments hesitation I exclaimed, O thou bankrupt dog! thou unsainted dervish!
Stuart James of unsainted memory or the now illustrious Balzac.
I was neither fierce nor brave, that I also knew: I therefore marvelled greatly how of a sudden I had become such an unsainted lion. [
The site of the farm is at the present day a favourite resort of travellers, of Englishmen especially, who visit it in such numbers, and trace its features with such enthusiasm, that the resident peasantry, "who cannot conceive of any other source of interest in one so long dead and unsainted than that of co-patriotism or consanguinity," believe Horace to have been an Englishman [Footnote: Letter by Mr Dennis: Milman's 'Horace.'