Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not shunned; not avoided; unshunnable.

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Examples

  • A terror to the smiling innocence of the villages through which he floats; his swart visage and bold swagger are not unshunned in cities.

    Moby Dick; or the Whale

  • 'Bethinking him of darkness grim, and death's unshunned pain,

    Hindu literature : Comprising The Book of good counsels, Nala and Damayanti, The Ramayana, and Sakoontala

  • A terror to the smiling innocence of the villages through which he floats; his swart visage and bold swagger are not unshunned in cities.

    Moby Dick, or, the whale

  • A terror to the smiling innocence of the villages through which he floats; his swart visage and bold swagger are not unshunned in cities.

    Moby Dick: or, the White Whale

  • A terror to the smiling innocence of the villages through which he floats; his swart visage and bold swagger are not unshunned in cities.

    Moby-Dick, or, The Whale

  • Why, ’tis good; it is the right of it; it must be so: ever your fresh whore and your powdered bawd: an unshunned consequence; it must be so.

    Act III. Scene II. Measure for Measure

  • Giving his horse to one of his grooms, the young man followed him without answer; for although it is true that Catiline was at this time a marked man and of no favorable reputation, yet squeamishness in the choice of associates was never a characteristic of the Romans; and persons, the known perpetrators of the most atrocious crimes, so long as they were unconvicted, mingled on terms of equality, unshunned by any, except the gravest and most rigid censors.

    The Roman Traitor (Vol. 1 of 2)

  • Why, 'tis good; it is the right of it; it must be so: ever your fresh whore and your powdered bawd: an unshunned consequence; it must be so.

    Measure for Measure

  • _ Why, 'tis good; it is the right of it; it must be so: ever your fresh whore and your powdered bawd: an 55 unshunned consequence; it must be so.

    Measure for Measure The Works of William Shakespeare [Cambridge Edition] [9 vols.]

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