Definitions

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  • adj. Not shuttered.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. not provided with shutters or having the shuttered open

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Examples

  • Stores were largely unshuttered and cafes open along the protesters' route toward the parliament, as patrons watched from their sidewalk tables sipping cafe au lait in the partly Francophone capital.

    Morocco Joins in, Defying Predictions

  • Searching in vain for an unshuttered shop, he finally discovers an open apartment window, and calls up to a stranger played by Jean-Louis Trintignant.

    Taking a Traditional Summer Siesta

  • Stores were largely unshuttered and cafés open along the protesters' route toward the parliament, as patrons watched from their sidewalk tables sipping café au lait in the partly Francophone capital.

    Morocco Joins In, Defying Predictions

  • It whirred, the lens unshuttered, the world on a small screen.

    Soulless, Dreamless

  • She smiled at the streams of sunshine flowing through the unshuttered windows.

    Much Ado About Marriage

  • He spotted a toppled chair lying before an overturned desk near the large unshuttered window, and he dashed over to snatch it up over his head.

    Guild Wars: Ghosts of Ascalon

  • Even as the smallest glimmer of a light—a lantern being cautiously unshuttered?

    Shameless

  • SIMON: (Reading) Bear unshuttered and unboarded the windows.

    An Illustrated Visit to a Bear's Lair

  • For a large five-light window of the manor-house in front of him was unshuttered and uncurtained, so that the illuminated room within could be scanned almost to its four corners.

    A Changed Man

  • Tam unshuttered his lantern, and the steps went clearly down the corkscrew path.

    Prester John

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