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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of unsteel.


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  • Whenever this portent occurs, my steward telegraphs to me, that I, as head of the family, be not unsteeled against the shock of a bereavement, and that my authority be sooner given for the unsealing and garnishing of the family-vault.

    Zuleika Dobson

  • And out of the dark had come the axe-stroke that ends weakness, and crushes the unsteeled, inconstant will.

    The Marriage of William Ashe

  • The gauze wings of eloquence, unsteeled by vanity, will not bear this repeated dabbing with prose glue, so David collapsed and Talboys conquered -- "spell" benumbed "charm."

    Love Me Little, Love Me Long


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