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  • adv. In an unsound manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an unsound manner.


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  • I say it again, for a country with an all volunteer army the US to me seems unsoundly militarized.

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  • It was mob psychology, and it was not, primarily that the price level of the market was unsoundly high … the fall in the market was very largely due to the psychology by which it went down because it went down.

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  • In a nation literally ruled by public opinion, they were like an anchor unsoundly planted.

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  • Contrasted with the confused movement and presences of a Fabian meeting, or the inexplicable enthusiasm behind the suffrage demand, with the speeches that were partly egotistical displays, partly artful manoeuvres, and partly incoherent cries for unsoundly formulated ends, compared with the comings and goings of audiences and supporters that were like the eddy-driven drift of paper in the street, this long, quiet, methodical chamber shone like a star seen through clouds.

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  • It may plausibly, however unsoundly, be maintained that it is by his emotions, not by his reason, that man differs most from the beasts.

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  • He ate a late meal, and retired to bed, where he seemed to sleep not unsoundly.

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  • Is not the mind unsoundly sensitive that finds an offence in a request like that?

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  • Mr. Ruskin argues, unsoundly enough, from effects; the great

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  • Robinson said he would audit the Federal Reserve, where he said responsibility lies for lending money unsoundly.

  • Instead there is a lot of social pressure; an unsoundly high regard pervading the entire society for all things military; the constant reinforcement of ridiculous stereotypes and the hero cult by the entertainment industry, constantly pushing the idea that every problem can be solved with violence; the carefully cultivated and politically expedient atmosphere of constant fear; the religion that the US is a shining hill in a rotten and dangerous world, waiting anxiously to become just like the US.

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