Definitions

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  • adjective Not having been stolen.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ stolen

Examples

  • Got the stolen stereo in my car replaced with an unstolen one

    Speak friend, and enter. (Punctuation counts)

  • We walk past ruin, past rack, past royalty cross streets, a majestic restaurant, all the shops looted and torched except a big bookstore, largely intact with the books unstolen on their shelves.

    Our American King

  • We walk past ruin, past rack, past royalty cross streets, a majestic restaurant, all the shops looted and torched except a big bookstore, largely intact with the books unstolen on their shelves.

    Our American King

  • We walk past ruin, past rack, past royalty cross streets, a majestic restaurant, all the shops looted and torched except a big bookstore, largely intact with the books unstolen on their shelves.

    Our American King

  • We walk past ruin, past rack, past royalty cross streets, a majestic restaurant, all the shops looted and torched except a big bookstore, largely intact with the books unstolen on their shelves.

    Our American King

  • Each filled in unrevealed pieces of the girl for the other. 1998 told 2004 - about the unstolen kisses behind the canteen, and about her naive (but quaint, 1998 thought back in 1998) romantic idealism.

    justinker Diary Entry

  • I got dressed and headed out and the slippers were still there, unwanted, unstolen, which was a good thing—I had slept so heavily I wouldn't have heard anything anyway.

    Wake Up, Sir!

  • Mundy himself has been obliged to creep out of Heidelberg at dead of night with whatever he can cram into the Volkswagen, plus 704 euros of petty cash that Egon has carelessly left unstolen in the safe.

    Absolute Friends

  • But the registration plates had been changed to duplicate those of a genuine and unstolen van.

    Whispers Of Betrayal

  • He too easily listened to their persuasions and from that time forward he left nothing unstolen upon which he could lay his fingers.

    Lives of the Most Remarkable Criminals Who have been Condemned and Executed for Murder, the Highway, Housebreaking, Street Robberies, Coining or other offences

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