Definitions

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  • adj. Not seen or spied upon.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not spied or narrowly searched; not explored. Not espied or seen; not discovered.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ spied

Examples

  • Nothing so large as a man can move unspied upon in that country, and they know well how the land deals with strangers.

    The Land of Little Rain

  • There they sat and drank their tea, couched on beds of fern or propped firm against the rock; and when tea was over, they wandered off, two and two, ostensibly for nothing, but really for the true business of the picnic -- to afford the young men and maidens of the group some chance of enjoying, unspied, one another's society.

    The Woman Who Did

  • Professedly he had not seen them since the beginning of his hostage; but every year about the end of the rains and before the strength of the sun had come upon us from the south, the medicine-man went apart on the mountains to gather herbs, and when he came again I knew by the new fortitude of his countenance and the new color of his reminiscences that he had been alone and unspied upon in Shoshone Land.

    The Land of Little Rain

  • Professedly he had not seen them since the beginning of his hostage; but every year about the end of the rains and before the strength of the sun had come upon us from the south, the medicine-man went apart on the mountains to gather herbs, and when he came again I knew by the new fortitude of his countenance and the new color of his reminiscences that he had been alone and unspied upon in

    The Land of Little Rain

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