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  • adj. Not spilled

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not spoiled; not marred. Not spilled; not shed: as, blood unspilt.


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  • Just last week, she was yet again in another ER, by herself, confused, yelling, blind in her right eye and unable to speak clearly. 2500 miles away, I felt her every breath, her every unspilled tear, her blind rage.

    Coming Through the Rye

  • We appreciate Mr. Obama's call for more regulatory reason, but it would be more credible if one of his key agencies wasn't literally crying over unspilled milk.

    Land of Milk and Regulation

  • It took all the poise she'd been taught in school yes, they still taught "poise" to young ladies in school then for the new bride to bring the soup - unspilled - to the men at the table.

    Kurt Michael Friese: 4 Generations of Liver Dumpling Soup

  • I refused this, but agreed to split the miraculously unspilled glass with him.

    Duma Key

  • The Collector could only bow, his eyes pained with unspilled tears, and nod his head.

    Song of Time

  • Gerard's image wavered through a sheen of unspilled tears as she fought to salvage her dignity.

    Thief Of Hearts

  • He took a big gulp from the glass that had miraculously remained unspilled in his right hand.

    Rama Revisited

  • Her voice sounded uneven, and her eyes were glistening with unspilled tears.

    Brain Twister

  • He divined that she was asking him how he had the face to stand there before her, at his age, with his youth unspilled.


  • Jesus 'love and life; His love burned out for us till there were no ashes, and His life poured out for us till not a red drop was left unspilled.

    Quiet Talks on John's Gospel


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